With so much to see and do in Shropshire, it can be difficult to decide how to make the most of your stay. With this in mind, we’ve pulled together some ideas to help plan your visit.
Whether you’re seeking wide open spaces and wonderful views, action-packed adventure or a fun day out for all the family – Shropshire has it all.
Just browse the selection below and get your brain ticking with all the exciting plans! Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook for the latest events and special offers.
Autumn in Shropshire is beautiful. It’s the perfect destination for an autumn break with beautiful landscapes, leafy towns, mild temperatures and dark starry skies.Read More
Winter is a season that lets you see places in a new light and offers new experiences that you just can’t enjoy at any other time of year. start planning your break!Read More
We passionately believe that our wonderful county can provide memorable experiences for visitors with all sorts of different wish lists, priorities and needs. So, over the coming months we are going to highlight the best that Shropshire has to offer, whatever you’re interested in and looking for.Read More
UNESCO has recognised the importance of the history of this part of the world and designated two World Heritage Sites; The Ironbridge Gorge in Telford and just a short drive over the Welsh border you will find the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal World Heritage Site.Read More
Welcome to Shropshire, the ultimate natural playground. Here you can have a go at all the activities the county is legendary for, as well as some you might not have heard of.
An Adventure Seeker – You are looking to release your inner Tarzan by pushing yourself to the limit with a range of exciting outdoor activities/experiences.Read More
Heading out to discover new things, people, places and adventures with your phone off and exploring hat on can be brilliant. Shropshire is a place full of discovery for curious travellers. Whether you are looking to dip your toe into its rich historic past or be at one with nature by going on a walking holiday, the possibilities here are endless whatever direction you head in.Read More
Challenge yourself this summer and take on Shropshire’s 3 peaks!
Trek through the ancient woodlands of Clun Black Hill, hike the rugged ridge of the Stiperstones and scale the highest peak in Shropshire, Brown Clee Hill!Read More
Ready to explore more of Shropshire and visit one of Shropshire’s market towns? Then take a trip to Oswestry. Where is Oswestry? It’s in Shropshire’s north west corner right next to the Welsh Border. Visit on market days to enjoy the busy street markets and stay on to wander round Oswestry’s independent shops. Explore both sides of the border and discover castles and aqueducts, meres and more.Read More