Priory Park Mansion was built in 1874 by architect Alfred Speer, who demolished the previous house known as The Priory. Being the largest Victorian Gothic building in Great Malvern, it still retains many of its original features from the ornate main entrance with its spires and gargoyles, to the wood panelled lobby and hall It is situated on the north eastern boundary of Priory Park at the corner of Avenue Road and Priory Road. The building is now occupied by Malvern Hills District Council and is a favourable venue for registry office weddings.

Great Malvern Priory in Malvern, Worcestershire, England, was a Benedictine monastery c.1075-1540 and is now an Anglican parish church. It is designated a Grade I listed building by English Heritage and is a dominant building in the Great Malvern Conservation area. It has the largest display of 15th century stained glass in England, as well as carved miserichords from the 15th and 16th century and the largest collection of Medieval floor and wall tiles. In 1860 major restoration work was carried out by Sir George Gilbert Scott. It also the venue for concerts and civic services.