Redditch is home to several historical sites such as The National Needle Museum, ruins of 11th century Bordesley Abbey and the remains of a medieval moated settlement ‘Moons Moat’. Abbey Visitor Centre displays fascinating artefacts from the site's first archaeological dig in 1864 and from more recent digs. A successful mix of old and new.

Redditch is a town in North-East Worcestershire, just 15 miles South of Birmingham. Redditch grew up during the Middle-Ages and at one point was the international centre for the needle and fishing tackle industry. During the 1960s Redditch was developed as a flagship town using new methods and new town-planning. Redditch has many places of interest for the visitor such as Bordesley Abbey, the Forge Mill Needle Museum and the Palace Theatre.

The modern Kingfisher Shopping Centre ranked 20th out of 100 centres in the UK features mosaics by sculptor and artist Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi, a new restaurant quarter, cinema and gym. Outside of the shopping centre, the Church Green conservation area houses the 18th century St Stephens Church, bandstand with events throughout the year, Bartleet Fountain and established open air market. The Edwardian Palace Theatre shows a mix of new and well known acts and along with golf, sports centres, a National standard BMX track, wild life, Green Flag Countryside Parks, bars, restaurants, cafes and bingo hall Redditch is a great place to visit.


Redditch Tourist Information Centre

Palace Theatre
Alcester Street
B98 8AE
Telephone / Fax: +44 (0) 1527 60806

Opening Times:
Monday – Friday 10am-4pm; Saturday 9.30am-1.30pm


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