Below are just a few of the attractions in Shropshire, England.
Shrewsbury is fortunate to have its own beautiful, 29-acre parkland known as The Quarry. Throughout the year you’ll find a host events taking place at The Quarry Park, including The Carnival, Regatta and Dragon Boat racing to name just a few.
Wenlock Priory, with it's stunning clipped topiary, has a pastoral setting on the edge of lovely Much Wenlock.
At the Coalport China Museum you can see the vibrant National Collections of Coalport and Caughley.
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!
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 Montgomery Canal is a 34 mile long narrow canal running south from a junction with the Llangollen Canal at Frankton, crossing the Welsh border at Llanymynech and terminating at Newtown.
Get ready to commandeer a quad bike and take an awesome journey through woodland tracks, streams, hills, river banks and absolutely marvellous amounts of mud!
The dramatic riverside ruins and extensive earthworks of a Welsh Border Norman Castle, its tall keep unusually set on the side of its mound.
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.
Marbury Maize Maze - Largest Maize Maze in the region!