Shropshire Attractions

Below are just a few of the attractions in Shropshire, England.


The Bog Visitor Centre

The unusually named Bog Centre, is the old school house and one of last remaining buildings from The Bog Village, demolished in 1972.


Shropshire Raft Tours Ltd

Shropshire Raft Tours welcomes you to our scenic river boat trips and canoe/kayak hire along the beautiful River Severn located in Ironbridge, Shropshire.


The Bog Visitor Centre

The unusually named Bog Centre, is the old school house and one of last remaining buildings from The Bog Village, demolished in 1972.


Old Oswestry Hill Fort

Old Oswestry Hill Fort is the most impressive Iron Age hill fort on the Welsh Borders covering 40 acres.


Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre

Get up close and personal to Shropshire’s larger than life mammoth and step back into the Iron Age. If you're looking for somewhere to take the kids or grandkids during the summer holidays we have several family events to keep children and adults amused and entertained.


Hawkstone Park Follies

Hawkstone Historic Park & Follies is a unique place. Created in the 18th Century by the Hill family (Sir Rowland and his son Richard), Hawkstone became one of the greatest historic parklands in Europe.


Shrewsbury Castle & Shropshire Regimental Museum

The original Shrewsbury Castle was built in timber by the Norman Roger de Montgomery, in about 1070.


Ralph Jandrell Pottery

Opening 5th May 2015. If you are looking for something genuinely hand crafted and locally made, either for your home or as a special gift, please visit Ralph Jandrell Pottery.


Bridgnorth Town Hall

Bridgnorth Town Hall is a black and white building erected in 1650. In the 16th Century the view up the High Street would have been uninterrupted. In the centre of the street would have been the High Cross, otherwise known as a Market Cross. Opposite the top of Hungry Street, now St Mary’s Street, stood the 'New House', a raised building containing the office of the town's chief magistrates. On the ground floor was the public wool market.


The Olympian Trail

Much Wenlock in Shropshire is the home of the modern Olympic Games, no honestly! Dr William Penny Brookes was a local doctor who campaigned tirelessly to revive the ancient Greek games.


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Latest News


Flight simulation event heads to Cosford

Aviation fans can experience the virtual skies in Shropshire next month as the Flight Sim 2017 event heads to the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford for a fifth consecutive year. Taking place on Saturday 7 October, aviation enthusiasts will enjoy a day packed with all the latest flight simulation software and the chance to test out their virtual flying skills.

Date Posted: 21st September 2017