Shropshire Attractions

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


Fordhall Organic Farm

A small but beautiful farm in sunny Shropshire owned by 8000 people! Open 6 days a week with 3 free farm trails, a picnic area, farm shop, tearoom and evening restaurant. This farm is unique, pioneering and inspirational, with everything from cows and pigs, to solar panels and a composting toilet!


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.


The Aga Factory Shop

We offer a wide range of end of line cookware.


Climbing The Walls

CLIMBING THE WALLS is the perfect place to feel the incredible adrenaline buzz of climbing tall walls, bouldering, action walls and training walls in a controlled, clean, indoor environment in a brand new purpose built Centre which opened in February 2017. Located opposite Tesco at Battlefields, you can choose to use the Park and Ride or arrive by car and park in one of plenty of spaces.


Royal Air Force (RAF) Museum Cosford Museum

FREE Admission. The award winning Royal Air Force Museum Cosford houses one of the largest aviation collections in the United Kingdom. 70 historic aircraft are displayed in three wartime hangars and within the National Cold War Exhibition.


Maws Craft Centre

Your visit to the Ironbridge Gorge is not complete until you have included Maws Craft Centre in your itinerary.  Maws Craft Centre is home to 30 small businesses, around 20 of which are small independently run shops that are open throughout the year.


Jackfield Tile Museum

At the Jackfield Tile Museum there are tiles everywhere! The Victorians were on a mission to not only make them, but also to use them.


Stokesay Castle

Stokesay Castle, near Craven Arms, nestles in peaceful South Shropshire countryside near the Welsh Border. It is one of more than a dozen English Heritage properties in the county.


Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

Eleven miles of World Heritage on the border of Shropshire and North Wales; the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal (including Chirk Aqueduct near Oswestry and the Horseshoe Falls at Llantysilio, near Llangollen) was awarded official UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 2009.


Enginuity

At Enginuity you can turn the wheels of your imagination, test your horse power and discover how good ideas are turned in to real things.


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Latest News


Grab your wingman….Top Gun is heading to Cosford!

One of the most iconic aviation movies of all time ‘Top Gun’ will be showcased on a giant inflatable screen at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford on Saturday 23 September 2017. This 80’s cult classic military movie is the first to be shown in the Museum’s new outdoor event which will take place in the spacious grounds, against a backdrop of aircraft.

Date Posted: 15th August 2017