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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?


Sunnyside farm caravan park and fishery

Welcome to Sunnyside Farm adults only over 18 We are a family-run Caravan Site based in the Heart of Shropshire, with beautiful surrounding countryside and stunning woodland walks, our site offers our guests a level hardstanding pitch with a rich green grass area complete with electric and water hookups and plenty of room for your […]

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The Mere at Ellesmere

We can thank the retreating glaciers of the last ice age for North Shropshire’s many ‘Meres and Mosses’. The Mere at Ellesmere is the largest of them all and offers a great location to explore the mainly flat trails. Take in the views of the mere, the ancient Motte and Bailey, pleasure gardens and nineteenth […]

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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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Shropshire Festivals

SHROPSHIRE FESTIVALS· An events company that specialises in fun events across Shropshire and beyond. Best known for Shrewsbury Food Festival, Shropshire Kids Festival, Shropshire Oktoberfest, Field to Fork Festival and many more…. we also help other businesses run their PR, marketing and events bringing expertise, fun and ideas.

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Jackfield Tile Museum

Tiles everywhere! The Victorians were on a mission – to make tiles and to use them. Jackfield was once at the very heart of British tile production and here you can see why. Walk amongst the very best examples in-situ at a recreated pub, tube station, church and more. See stunning friezes, epic story-telling panels […]

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The British Ironwork Centre

An award-winning, 5* family day out with over 60 acres of land to explore. Including a café, ice-cream parlour, shopping, a sculpture park, seasonal events and an outdoor children’s adventure play, there really is something for everyone here! We have a large café and ice-cream parlour offering a full breakfast, lunch and hot drinks menu. […]

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Chantilly Grey

Hello, Thank you so much for visiting our listing on Visit Shropshire. My name is Clare, I am a full time Mum of two little girls and also the sole business owner of Chantilly Grey. An Events Management company. Chantilly Grey was established in early 2016, but I have organised and hosted events for much […]

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Craven Artms

Stokesay Court

Imposing late Victorian mansion set in the rolling Shropshire Hills, with wonderful views towards Clee Hill. A lived-in family home, Stokesay Court found fame as the principal setting for the award winning film ‘Atonement’.

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Shrewsbury Cathedral

The Cathedral was designed by Edward Pugin, son of Augustus Pugin, and was completed in 1856. The building was paid for by Bertram, Earl of Shrewsbury, who died three months before its completion. It was he who chose the dedication and wished to take the name of Shrewsbury. Amongst the glories of the Gothic Cathedral are its stained […]

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Black Lion Barn

Completely renovated in 2020, and concealed on a peaceful country lane, this detached country barn has striking black timber cladding and views of the Shropshire hills. It’s perfect for families and groups of up to 12 people looking to get away together. Make your way inside, feeling the warmth of the luxurious underfloor heating, in […]

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Attingham Park

Rural Shropshire comes into its own in autumn and one of its most seasonal must-sees is Attingham Park: This vast 18th-century estate includes acres of beautiful parkland ablaze with autumn colours.  Spot the pumpkins  in the walled kitchen gardens then wander onto the heritage -variety apple orchard (there are 37 types) before exploring the 200 […]

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Market Drayton

Fordhall Farm

Spend a magical holiday in our Shropshire-made Mongolian yurts, privately situated on our 140 acre organic farm in North Shropshire’s Tern Valley. Our two yurts are interconnected, providing the perfect getaway for up to six people. One is used as the bedroom and the other the living space. We only rent this as one unit, […]

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Aroma Tea & Coffee Merchants

Our Retail Store since 1981. Where all of our freshly roasted coffees from across the globe are on display. South American, African, South East Asian and more. All roasted in our Roastery based in Battlefield, Shrewsbury. Our wide range of loose leaf teas and teabags. Black, Green, Herbal, Tisanes and Decaf options. All the equipment […]

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