Shropshire Attractions

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


Severn Valley Country Park

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.


Boldings Pools

Boldings Pools offers 14 pools for fishing. Well stocked fishing ponds. Excellent for coarse fishing. Boldings Pools also hosts match fishing regularly


St Laurence's Church

A 13th-15thC large parish church (member of the Greater Churches Group) with Medieval misericords, carvings and stained glass. Tower open to the public with fine views.


Lilleshall Abbey

Lilleshal Abbey is the remains of a twelfth and thirteenth century medieval monastry. The remains of the church and other large domestic buildings can still be seen.


Shrewsbury Castle & Shropshire Regimental Museum

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


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.


St Marys Church, Market Drayton

Parts of St. Mary's church date mainly from the 14th Century although the West door is Norman.


Severn Valley Railway

A Wonderful Way to Spend a Day - The Severn Valley Railway operates mainly steam-hauled passenger trains between Bridgnorth, Bewdley and Kidderminster, a journey of about 16 miles, along the beautiful Severn Valley.


Byways Breaks Cycling & Walking Holidays

Award Winning Cycling, Walking & Cottage Holidays.


White Ladies Priory

The remains of a late 12th-century church of a small priory of Augustinian canonesses, surrounded by picturesque woodland.


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