What is the pollen count in Worcester today?
Check out the pollen count in Worcester city with our handy Your Pollen Pal tool. Simply enter your postcode, or the postcode of the area you’re planning to visit, and we’ll update you on any hay fever triggers in the area.
Pollen forecast for Worcester
Whether you’re planning to tour Worcester Cathedral or go on a shopping spree in the city centre, keep up with Worcester’s pollen levels to avoid any hay fever symptoms coming on. Using our pollen tracker, you can plan days ahead to avoid any inconvenient sniffles and snuffles.
Pollen hotspots in Worcester
Surrounded by the lush greenery of the West Midlands, Worcester is full of plenty of parks and gardens. This makes different parts of the city susceptible to high pollen counts. That’s why it can be really helpful to keep up to date with the pollen count in Worcester before heading out.
Worcester in the summertime tends to be mild and cloudy. With a few sunny days thrown in for good measure, it’s ideal for a summertime walk and plenty of outdoor activities. However, with Britain’s longest river – River Severn – flowing through Worcester, the water-loving plants and trees can make the city a hotspot for a high pollen count. Keeping track of pollen levels when
out and about could be the difference between making memories, or spending the day with itchy eyes and sneezes.
With the Worcester Woods Country Park and the Gheluvelt Park nature reserves in the city, there are loads of green spaces to explore – and unfortunately, this can also mean more
pollen. That’s why it’s important to double-check the pollen count levels before heading out for an adventure.
Hay fever-friendly activities in Worcester
Despite having plenty of parks and gardens, there are still loads of things to do when you’re trying to avoid high pollen areas. We’ve created a list of the top areas with low pollen counts in Worcester if you’re looking to have sniffle-free fun. Don’t let your allergies stop you from making memories.
Indoor activities in Worcester
Worcester has got you covered, whether you’re heading out on a solo adventure or want to enjoy a fun-filled activity with the family. Why not explore:
- • Worcester Cathedral
- • Tudor House Museum
- • The Guildhall Worcester
- • Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum
Places to eat and shop
Fancy tucking into something tasty or hitting the shops? Start your quest in any one of the following areas:
- • Crowngate Shopping Centre
- • The Himalayan
- • Maneki Ramen
- • Cathedral Square
Things to do outdoors in Worcester
If you still have plans to go outdoors after checking the pollen count, then you might consider hitting up these top attractions:
- • Fort Royal Hill
- • Worcester City Centre
- • New Street
- • Greyfriars House and Garden
Kimberly-Clark are not affiliated with any of the places or activities recommended on this site.