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A THING TO DO TODAY

HEREFORD
Price: £5.50 (adult)
Time: 1-2 hours
Hereford is known around the world as a centre for cider. In the former base of Bulmers, once the largest cider maker in the world, explore how they got from apples to bottles with machinery and testimony from the people who once worked there. The Cider Museum, at Pomona Place in central Hereford, is open from 11am to 3pm this Thursday.
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HEREFORD
HEREFORDSHIRE
52.05684, -2.71482


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