When you visit Tenbury Wells, please take time to look around the town centre, the whole of which is a conservation area and contains an interesting selection of old buildings. Do not miss The Pump Rooms, a unique structure built in the 19th Century to house the newly discovered mineral water well. Waters pumped up from the well were used both for bathing in and to be drunk and were reputed to cure many ills. Now the Town Council Offices, the room is used for meetings, weddings and by local groups, however when not in use, staff are happy to show visitors round if you ring the bell. For a definite visit, then call ahead to ensure the room is free.
Tenbury Wells is also fortunate enough to have The Regal, a rare surviving example of a 1930's cinema, complete with art deco murals around the auditorium. Not only is it still operating as a cinema, but also as a theatre with regular plays and live acts being performed.
In the somewhat oddly named Market Square, which is really more triangular in shape, is The Round Market. This was built to provide a covered area to allow for the sale of butter and other local produce.
You will find an interesting selection of friendly independent shops together with a variety of places to eat and drink.
If you have young children, there is a children's playground and an area of open parkland called The Burgage, adjacent to the public car park.
More help and information can be found in the Tourist Information Centre in Teme Street, which is open from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm, Monday to Friday throughout the year