Shropshire

Looking for things to do in Shropshire? With UNESCO World Heritage Sites, areas of outstanding natural beauty, and the best preserved Steam Train network in England, Shropshire has it all. Ironbridge Gorge was awarded World Heritage status for its role as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, it also boasts the world’s oldest working cast iron bridge, as its name might suggest. You can also enjoy the legacy of industry by driving your own steam train, or dine in style on the Severn Railway as you enjoy the sights of V-shaped valleys in the Shropshire countryside.

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Take a trip back to where the Industrial Revolution began

Take a trip back to where the Industrial Revolution began

Ironbridge Gorge has World Heritage status for its unique contribution to the birth of the global Industrial Revolution in the 18th century.

Location: Ironbridge, Shropshire

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Plan a day of horse riding with Country Treks

Plan a day of horse riding with Country Treks

Horse riding in the beautiful South Shropshire countryside is something quite special indeed and is great way to admire the scenery.

Location: Stottesdon, Shropshire

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Visit the first ‘Royal Oak’ and Boscobel House & Gardens

Visit the first ‘Royal Oak’ and Boscobel House & Gardens

Take a trip to Boscobel House where Charles II took refuge.

Location: Bishops Wood, Shropshire

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Discover the Ellesmere Sculpture Trail

Discover the Ellesmere Sculpture Trail

The Ellesmere Sculpture Trail is a series of sculptures by contemporary artists who took their inspiration from the landscape.

Location: Ellesmere, Shropshire

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Meet the Romans at Wroxeter Roman City

Meet the Romans at Wroxeter Roman City

See the city that the Romans built for us - once the fourth largest city in Roman Britain.

Location: Wroxeter, Shropshire

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Enjoy family cycle rides at Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre

Enjoy family cycle rides at Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre

Go for a bike ride along the new inclusive cycle trail that has opened at the award winning family-friendly Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre.

Location: Craven Arms, Shropshire

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Tour the 18th century Walled Gardens at the Apley Estate

Tour the 18th century Walled Gardens at the Apley Estate

Take a guided tour of the Walled Gardens on the Apley Estate, sample its produce at The Creamery Café or buy your own from Apley Farm Shop.

Location: Apley, Shropshire

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Meet artisan food experts at Ludlow Food Centre

Meet artisan food experts at Ludlow Food Centre

Watch artisans and chefs work their magic and then stock up on delicious breads, cheeses and preserves in Ludlow, Shropshire’s gastronomic capital.

Location: Ludlow, Shropshire

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Have a picnic in Cardingmill Valley

Have a picnic in Cardingmill Valley

Carding Mill Valley and the Long Mynd offer breathtaking views across Shropshire but watch out for the sheep.

Location: Church Stretton, Shropshire

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Enjoy a romantic escape at The Castle Hotel

Enjoy a romantic escape at The Castle Hotel

Make time for each other at one of the most charming hotels in the unspoilt market town of Bishops Castle.

Location: Bishop's Castle, Shropshire

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Walk with Offa in the Shropshire Hills

Walk with Offa in the Shropshire Hills

Follow in King Offa’s footsteps with 18 way-marked pub walks taking you through border country between England & Wales and along Offa’s Dyke.

Location: Clun, Shropshire

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Follow in the footsteps of the real King Arthur

Follow in the footsteps of the real King Arthur

Discover the stories behind the sword in the stone, the Holy Grail and Camelot, and the Lady Guinevere, on the King Arthur Trail in Shropshire.

Location: Oswestry, Shropshire

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Visit the Dornier Do 17 display at the RAF Museum Cosford

Visit the Dornier Do 17 display at the RAF Museum Cosford

See for yourself conservation work being undertaken on the world’s only surviving Dornier Do 17.

Location: Cosford, Shropshire

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Explore Hawkstone Park Follies fantasy land

Explore Hawkstone Park Follies fantasy land

Spend the day exploring an historic woodland fantasy with cliffs, crags, caves, deep woods and towers built hundreds of years ago.

Location: Weston under Redcastle, Shropshire

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Stay at the award-winning Lion Quays Waterside Resort

Stay at the award-winning Lion Quays Waterside Resort

The Lions Quays near Oswestry is a renowned hotel which also boasts a five-star Country Club and Spa.

Location: Oswestry, Shropshire

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Get on your bike along the Mercian Way

Get on your bike along the Mercian Way

Discover ancient woodland and the Severn Valley Railway cycling from the Wyre Forest to Bridgnorth and back again.

Location: Bridgnorth, Shropshire

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Experience a quintessentially English Christmas

Experience a quintessentially English Christmas

Visit the small market town of Much Wenlock for festive trinkets, hand-made gifts and sweet and savoury snacks at its Christmas Fayre.

Location: Much Wenlock, Shropshire

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Stay at All Stretton Bunkhouse in the Shropshire Hills

Stay at All Stretton Bunkhouse in the Shropshire Hills

Experience the great outdoors with a stay at All Stretton Bunkhouse, nestled deep in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

Location: Church Stretton, Shropshire

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See Housman's Blue Remembered Hills

See Housman's Blue Remembered Hills

A.E. Housman is best known for his book of poems ‘A Shropshire Lad’, in which he captured the essence of Shropshire.

Location: Clun, Shropshire

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Celebrate the Golden Age of Steam in Shropshire

Celebrate the Golden Age of Steam in Shropshire

Journey back to the days of train whistles and locomotives as the Severn Valley Railway celebrate its Golden Jubilee.

Location: Bridgnorth, Shropshire

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