The map below shows the counties of England with the county of Worcestershire highlighted:
We offer downloads of the county map:
- Map of England with county of Worcestershire highlighted – png format
- Map of England with county of Worcestershire highlighted – jpg format
Users are welcome to use the maps for non-commercial purposes. Credit must be given to this website where displayed.
A Google map of the Worcestershire county border is shown below. It includes major settlements such as Worcester, Redditch, Kidderminster, Bromsgrove, and Evesham.
The route of the M5 Motorway and the location of the Malvern Hills are also shown on the map.
Worcestershire is a county in the West Midlands area of England. It is bordered by Staffordshire, West Midlands, Warwickshire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, and Shropshire.
The city of Worcester is county town and largest settlement. Towns include Redditch, Kidderminster, Malvern, Bromsgrove, Evesham, and Droitwich.
National Trust properties include Croome and Hanbury Hall.
Other things to do and days out include the Malvern Hills (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), All Things Wild, the Severn Valley Railway, West Midland Safari and Leisure Park, and Worcester Cathedral.
The M5 Motorway passes through Worcestershire. The road connects the West Midlands to South West England.
Worcester Foregate Street is the busiest train station in the county.
The county borders of Worcestershire are shown on the map below. Use the zoom buttons to see where the county is located in relation to other areas of the UK.