Visit and explore Ledbury

The market town of Ledbury offers visitors a wealth of historic buildings to see as well as a wide range of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. 

Set in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside, it’s a great place to visit and explore.

Things to do in Ledbury

Visit the Heritage Centre

From our point of view this is first on the list!

Explore the history of Ledbury for free. Lots for all to see including plenty for kids to do, so a great destination, especially on a rainy day!

The Heritage Centre in Ledbury
Independent shops and cafes in Ledbury

Other places to visit

Ledbury is full of independent shops and cafes. Just the right place to explore and then rest and eat.

There are also other museums and places of interest, such as:


How to get to Ledbury

Ledbury is situated in the east of Herefordshire and easy to get to both by car and public transport.

By car

Easily accessible from the motorway network, come off at Junction 2 of the M50.

From Hereford: follow the A438

From Worcester: Follow the A449 through Malvern for a scenic ride.

By train

Ledbury has a railway station on the outskirts of the town of Ledbury on the Worcester to Hereford line in the English Midlands.

It has regular services to Birmingham plus several direct trains a day to London Paddington.

By bus

The following transport lines have routes that pass near Ledbury

Worcester to Ledbury – First Bus Worcester No 417

Hereford to Ledbury – DRM No 476


There are two public pay-and-display car parks off Bye Street (which is at the corner of High Street and facing the Market House). Free parking (for up to an hour) is permitted alongside the Market House and elsewhere in High Street. Blue badge car parking is available in the pay-and-display car parks and in the High Street.

There is no easy vehicular access or parking at the Heritage Centre, although visitors can be dropped off a few paces from the door – please contact us for further details.