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Shropshire attractions: see something new in Shropshire with every visit

Thanks to a vast array of attractions in Shropshire, each visit to our beautiful county can bring a completely different experience. Families with young children may love roaming free in our countryside parks and forests, or through the luxuriant gardens and grounds of Shropshire’s castles and big houses. Perhaps you’d like to explore the country’s first ‘theme park’, Hawkstone Park -an intriguing landscape of caves and follies, beloved by Victorian visitors. Shropshire is home to several fun farm attractions where you can get up close to animals: feed a lamb, walk with a hawk, brush an alpaca or ride a pony. Heritage railway lines are another popular Shropshire attraction. Hop on board a vintage train, listen for the whistle and enjoy the old-fashioned scent of steam as you chug through timeless Shropshire scenery. Visitors young and old will find something to love in our UNESCO World Heritage site of Ironbridge, birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. Take your time exploring ten museum attractions. Many more museums in our Shropshire towns await the curious-minded. Shropshire has attractions for every guest and their every mood. So what would you like to do in Shropshire today?

Oswestry

Black Hawk Laser Games Ltd

Black Hawk offers Laser Tag, Virtual Reality Games and 2 Escape Rooms.  Fantastic indoor fun for your family and friends.  We are based at Unit 4 Mile Oak Industrial Estate, Oswestry, Shropshire SY10 8GA. Laser Tag Laser tag games are perfect for parties, groups of friends and families.  It is also ideal for team building […]

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Bridgnorth

Dracup's Cottage

Stay in one of the most unique holiday homes in Shropshire! Dracup’s Cottage, previously owned by an artist, Antony Dracup, was transformed into a work of art. It features a 360 degree mural of Bridgnorth and surrounding areas as well as its most famous room – The Knights’ Cavern, a hand crafted cave full of […]

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SHREWSBURY

Battlefield 1403 Farm shop

Battlefield 1403 is more than just a farm shop, it’s one of the best butcheries in the UK, a well stocked deli counter, a shop full of speciality great tasting local food and drink, a museum celebrating the Battle of Shrewsbury, a Falconry Centre, Archie Sparrow’s trail for children, our Woodshed where you can buy all the wood you need for […]

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Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery

We’re so proud of the history of our county, we’ve housed the Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery in one of the finest buildings in the town. Behind its grand Georgian façade, you’ll find historic interiors including an elegant Victorian Music Hall and a thirteenth century mansion filled with exhibitions that bring to life Shropshire’s rich […]

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Ironbridge

Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron

Is iron the greatest material ever made? Find out how iron, and particularly Coalbrookdale iron, changed the course of the world. See stunning exhibits, exquisite art castings and functional cookware all made from iron. Stop by the brand-new destination restaurant, the Furnace Kitchen, now open for all visitors. Things To See CAST-IRON CRAZY Be wowed […]

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Bridgnorth

Severn Valley Country Park

Fill your lungs with some great Shropshire fresh air as you explore the paths, cycleways and wheelchair friendly trails at the Green Flag Award winning Severn Valley Country Park. Discover woodlands, the River Severn, heritage sites and geological features. For young visitors there’s pre-bookable Wild Toddler activities as well as pond dipping stations, self-led nature […]

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Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury Castle

Whether you’re a friend or foe everyone is welcome to explore the grounds of this ancient site for free. The fortifications that have been on this site since 1074 have both protected the town from invaders and welcomed dignitaries over the centuries. Today the elegant sandstone castle, modernised by Thomas Telford in the 18th century […]

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Atcham

Attingham Park

An 18th-century estate for all seasons with 200 acres of parkland and Regency Mansion. The National Trust’s Attingham Park, one Shropshire’s finest country estate, has been the setting for astutely accumulated fortunes, overspending and financial ruin, a story of love and neglect, and revival and rediscovery. Bequeathed to the National Trust in 1947 by Thomas, […]

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Ludlow

Rewild MTB

Rewild MTB is a mountain bike coaching and tour company based in South-Shropshire just outside the historic town of Ludlow. Coaching courses range from complete beginner right up to expert. Day rides and multi-day tours are based around riding in the Long Mynd and the Clee Hills. We also offer bespoke guiding services all around […]

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Shrewsbury

Old Market Hall Cinema and Cafe Bar

From the outside, you would never guess that this 16th century Market Hall is home to a contemporary café bar and cinema. Located in Shrewsbury’s historic Square, the OMH is the place to meet friends over a cup of your favourite brew, or a Gin & Tonic from an extensive menu. The 81-seat independent cinema […]

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Shrewsbury

Hencote

Set high above Shrewsbury and the Shropshire countryside, the Hencote estate is a reminder of what England, at its best, has to offer. An insistence on authenticity and a keen eye for detail has driven the creation of this unique English experience that comprises wine tasting, vineyard tours, a hilltop restaurant and luxury accommodation. Stroll […]

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Ironbridge

Shropshire Raft Tours

Shropshire Raft Tours welcomes you to our canoe/kayak hire, mini raft hire, coracle hire and mega stand up paddle board hire along the beautiful River Severn located in Ironbridge, Shropshire. Great for those seeking a complete and fun-filled Ironbridge Gorge mini-adventure. For those wanting a mini adventure paddling under their own steam, we have canoe […]

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Ludlow

Ludlow Brewery

Independent brewery and unique converted Victorian railway shed tap house, close to Ludlow railway Station. Open 7 days a week for beers, drinks and bar snacks, with ample on-site parking in front and behind the brewery. Brewery shop & take out beers; brewery tours available (ring 01584 873 291 or email in advance to book).

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