Below are just a few of the attractions in Shropshire, England.
The Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery is a brand new attraction that opened in April 2014, with five galleries dedicated to Shrewsbury and Shropshire's history and a Special Exhibition Gallery showcasing the best in touring exhibitions.
Ellesmere College is an inspiring venue for both residential groups and visiting guests set within a 144 acre estate within the beautiful Shropshire countryside. The following exceptional facilities are all available to hire.
The weekly market in Oswestry was given its charter in 1262, and with over 100 stalls its the largest market in the Welsh borders.
The British Ironwork Centre is a family company, long dedicated to, and passionate about the preservation and creation of quality metal work, in all it’s forms.
The Mere at Ellesmere is the largest and most spectacular of the nine glacial meres around the 'North Shropshire Lake District'.
Old Oswestry Hill Fort is the most impressive Iron Age hill fort on the Welsh Borders covering 40 acres.
Green Flag Award winning Country Park. Teashop and toilets. 3 way-marked trails. Parking at Alveley and Highley. Located on National Cycle Network (Route 45). Play area. Request stop on the Severn Valley Railway.
National award winning farm park with oodles of animal fun, action and adventure for the kids.
Boscobel House is a beautiful but modest hunting lodge which sheltered Charles II after defeat at Worcester.
In the Darby houses, Dale House and Rosehill House, you can delve in to the everyday life of Quaker families.