Nestled amongst the lush rolling hills and valleys of Shropshire, you’ll find idyllic villages boasting historic timber-framed buildings, a 13th century medieval castle teeming with treasures, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ironbridge – the cradle of the Industrial Revolution. Enjoy the varied landscape and unique geology of this area with an exciting ride on the heritage railway, taking you across the scenic Severn Valley. Experience some of England’s proudest heritage surrounded by diverse wildlife, glorious scenery, and picture-perfect historic towns.
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This impressive World Heritage Site is dominated by its namesake – the world’s first cast-iron bridge, built in 1779, is a marvel of modern construction. Explore some of the ten fascinating museums which include Blists Hill Victorian Town, Coalport China Museum and the Jackfield Tile Museum.
Walk the medieval streets lined with charming Tudor timber-framed buildings, learning about Shrewsbury’s history from a knowledgeable local guide. The county town is famous for being the birthplace of Charles Darwin, and as a result of its border location, it served as a vital front in the medieval conflict between England and Wales.
Discover the magnificent collection of artwork, tapestries and furniture in this redbrick 13th
century castle. As well as hosting some of Wales’ finest paintings, you’ll find exotic treasures from India and the Far East. The beautiful Italian and French influenced garden is overflowing with rare plants and sculptures, making it perfect for a relaxing stroll.
Journey through time on this historic heritage railway. Over the 16-mile journey between Bridgnorth in Shropshire and Kidderminster in Worcestershire, you can sit back, relax and enjoy some excellent sights from the comfort of the train carriage.
A must-see attraction for fans of William Morris designs, this National Trust property showcases Victorian art and design with an impressive collection of Pre-Raphaelite paintings. The beautiful Edwardian garden is delightful all year round.