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An abundant choice of activities in Shropshire means your visit can be as adventurous or as relaxing as you choose. Or a mixture of both, of course. For every visitor, every mood, every type of holiday, Shropshire has myriad activities to make your time here special. Explore Shropshire by leg power. We have seemingly infinite footpaths for walking, cycle paths for pedalling and wonderful bridleways for horseriding. It’s the perfect way to slow down and admire our county’s beauty up close, hedgerow by hedgerow. If you have young children, they may love meeting animals at one of Shropshire’s family-friendly farm parks. Or climbing a hill or exploring castle ruins. Shropshire is liberating and exhilarating for children: help them escape roads and crowds and let them discover true freedom. Shropshire outdoor leisure activities include mountain boarding, clay pigeon shooting, quad trekking, archery, climbing, paintballing and fishing. You can even glide over the Long Mynd in a two-seat glider. If you love to get out on water, try canoeing, rafting or stand-up paddleboarding on the stunning River Severn. For a more sedate experience, take a narrowboat out on our canals in north Shropshire.Shropshire is home to several highly regarded golf courses. One Shropshire golf course, in the Welsh Marches, features a hole where you can stand with one leg in England, the other in Wales. Now you know about activities in Shropshire, the only question is: which one will you do first?

Shrewsbury

Sabrina Boat

Sabrina is a triple deck, modern passenger boat situated on the River Severn in Shrewsbury, capable of carrying 60 passengers in comfort with retractable sides on the top deck. We are an independent business, based in Shropshire. Our focus is to provide a first-class service to both day and evening passengers on our river cruise experiences. […]

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Shifnal

RAF Museum Cosford

RAF Museum Cosford Explore the fascinating story of the RAF and of the thousands of ordinary servicemen and women who have served in it and whose invaluable contribution has shaped the world that we live in today. The RAF Museum Cosford is home to over 75 historic aircraft including the world’s oldest Spitfire, the unique […]

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Ironbridge

Blists Hill Victorian Town

Enjoy a fun family day out at this recreated Victorian Town. You can discover more about Victorian life as you meet the ‘Victorian’ townsfolk. No cars. No TV. Just tons of fun! Welcome to the age of Queen Victoria. Here you’ll experience what life was like when Britain ruled the world. Meet some (almost) real […]

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Shrewsbury

The Quarry

The Quarry is Shrewsbury’s beautiful, 29-acre parkland, encircled by the majestic loop of the river Severn. The Quarry has been Shrewsbury’s most important site for recreation since the 16th Century. It still provides the perfect place to relax, enjoy walks, picnic, fish along the banks of the River Severn, or just let off steam. At […]

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Shrewsbury

The Parade Shops

The Parade Shop is a mixture of independent and individual businesses based in the historic Royal Salop Infirmary building, which is just a couple of minutes walk from the top of Pride Hill.

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Craven Arms

Stokesay Castle

Step into the finest and best-preserved fortified medieval manor house in England. Discover the great hall, unchanged for over 700 years. Spot characters carved in the timbers of the 17th-century gatehouse and climb to the top of a fairy-tale tower for breathtaking views of the Shropshire Hills. Stokesay Castle was constructed at the end of […]

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Craven Arms

BOBBY BRITNELL

Art and Textile Courses at Moor Hall, hope to commence late August for the Autumn term. Our courses are delivered by quality tutors with students attending from all over the world.    Whether you are local or visiting Shropshire for the first time our courses are available for all. COURSE DATES and TIMES for 2020 Courses […]

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Shrewsbury

Hire a Canoe Ltd

Explore the river above and around Shrewsbury! Hire a Canoe offers high-quality and reliable canoe, kayak and paddle board (SUP) hire on the River Severn. We cater for everyone, including families, couples, friends and corporate days out. Dogs are welcome! Choose from a peaceful 12-mile river trip with free minibus transport, two-hour hire from the […]

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Oswestry

Rednal Karting

1100 metre outdoor circuit with great facilities perfect for Birthday Parties, Stag Do’s & Corporate Team Building. Rednal Karting is situated on the Rednal Industrial Estate just off the A5 near Oswestry. The track is over 1km long and consists off two long straights and some great technical areas. The team at Rednal Karting are […]

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Ludlow

Ludlow Golf Course

A WARM WELCOME AWAITS VISITORS AT LUDLOW GOLF CLUB We offer all visitors a warm and friendly welcome every day of the week and also at weekends. The clubhouse is open throughout the day serving tasty pre-game snacks and delicious and satisfying meals to round off a good game of golf. Why not make your […]

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Montgomery

Kerry Vale Vineyard

Kerry Vale Vineyard is a small, family-run, English vineyard situated on the Welsh / English border of rural Shropshire. Planted in 2010 and covering six acres of farmland, on what was the Roman Fort of Pentreheyling, the vineyard resides at the eastern tip of the Vale of Kerry – an area of exceptional beauty, just […]

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Oswestry

Black Hawk Laser Games Ltd

Black Hawk Laser Games is an Indoor Laser Tag and Escape Room arena based in Oswestry, Shropshire. We offer indoor laser tag for groups of 4 – 10 persons age 7 or older.  The taggers are wireless and require no vest to be worn.  We also have an escape room for groups of 2 – […]

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Much Wenlock

Much Wenlock Priory

The tranquil ruins of Wenlock Priory stand in a picturesque setting on the fringe of beautiful Much Wenlock. An Anglo-Saxon monastery was founded here in about 680 by King Merewalh of Mercia, whose abbess daughter Milburge was hailed as a saint. Her relics were miraculously re-discovered here in 1101, attracting both pilgrims and prosperity to […]

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