Visitor Guide - Malvern Festival of Military History 2019

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General Enquiries

Visit www.enlightenmentevents.com or email [email protected]

Getting Here

Gryphon Room, Malvern College, Thirlstane Rd, Malvern WR14 3PL

By Coach or By Car

The nearest motorway junction is the M50 Junction 1. There is limited parking at the Festival site and further parking in the roads surrounding the College. There is also Pay & Display Public Car Parks in Great Malvern and Barnards Green.

By Train

The nearest train station is at Great Malvern, on the main line to both London and Birmingham and with connections to most parts of the country.

There are taxis outside the station and you can also call our Festival taxi partner, Smiths Taxis, on 01684 568686.

Facilities

Opening Hours

The times of the speaker sessions at the Festival are:

  • Saturday 26th October – 1000-1900
  • Sunday 27th October – 1000-1900

There is a drama production on Friday night from 1830-2100..

Catering

There is a cafe at the Festival serving hot and cold food and drinks. There are also numerous cafes, pubs and restaurants in Great Malvern about 10 minute walk from the Festival site.

Dogs

Unfortunately we can only allow assistance and participating dogs at the Festival. Please don’t leave dogs unattended in vehicles.

Emergency

In case of an emergency at the Festival, contact the nearest steward who will arrange assistance.

Smoking

Smoking is prohibited in all enclosed or partially enclosed public areas.

Toilets

There are toilets located Festival site.

What people are saying...

James Hoare

Group Editor of History of War

History of War is a magazine committed to exploring the full breadth of global conflict, from leading with fresh perspectives on the familiar to exposing the overlooked, and as such we are incredibly excited to be partnered with Malvern Festival of Military History. With some of the most influential military historians in their fields engaged to entertain and enlighten at this year’s event, we’re honoured to be taking our place alongside them.