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Local Attractions

Shrewsbury is one of the country's most picturesque market towns, situated within a loop of the River Severn. Its outstanding location, ancient bridges and medieval architecture combine with excellent shopping facilities to create the ideal tourist attraction.

The town hosts a range of popular events throughout the year, including the famous two-day Shrewsbury Flower Show in August.

Notable attractions within easy travelling distance include the Ironbridge Gorge Museums at the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and Much Wenlock, where Dr William Penny Brookes is said to have inspired the modern Olympic Movement.

Shrewsbury is also an important gateway to Wales, where a host of attractions await visitors, including Welshpool to Llanfair Light Railway and castles at Montgomery and Welshpool.

For those who like to get off the beaten track, there are lots of walking trails to be discovered, taking in lovely country pubs serving dishes using local ingredients. The choice is yours; it’s all here waiting for you!

Acton Scott Historic Working Farm

Tucked away in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is the ancient Acton Scott estate.

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The Ironbridge Gorge Museums

Centred in the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution is acclaimed as one of the classical historical and archaeological centres of the world. The multi-site museum includes the Blists Hill Living Museum - well worth a visit for a taste of old Victorian England.

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Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury is one of the country's most picturesque market towns, situated within the loop of the River Severn. Its outstanding location, ancient bridges and medieval architecture combine with excellent shopping facilities to create the ideal tourist attraction and centre for sightseeing.

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Shrewsbury

Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway

An enchanting narrow gauge train which gently travels across delightful scenery from Welshpool to Llanfair throughout the summer season. A favourite with families and train buffs alike.

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Welshpool and Llanfair Railway

Shrewsbury Flower Show (12th & 13th August 2016)

This world famous event is held in Shrewsbury's riverside park every August and provides horticultural delights and entertainment complete with breathtaking firework displays.

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Shrewsbury Park & Ride

A unique benefit for all those staying at the Oxon Hall Touring Park is the excellent adjacent Park & Ride service - a cheap and convenient way of visiting the town centre. Buses run every 10-15 minutes (exception Sundays) and it couldn't be easier since the Park & Ride is accessed by a pedestrian wicket gate from the Touring Park entrance driveway.

Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery

Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery at the Music Hall offers an inspiring mix of the  old and the new and is just one of many cultural delights in Shrewsbury. The Music Hall has been entertaining for generations with famous faces from Charles Dickens to The Beatles. The Museum has now been restored to its formed glory hosting a range of special exhibitions.

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Shrewsbury's Quarry Park

The Quarry is a beautiful, 29-acre parkland set right by the River Severn in the heart of Shrewsbury. Established in the 16th Century, it must be one of the oldest picnic areas in the country. In the middle of the Quarry, sits the Dingle, a sunken garden designed by Percy Thrower – Shrewsbury’s Parks Superintendent for 28 years. It is a floral haven all year round and the crowning glory in Shrewsbury’s annual bid to be a Britain in Bloom champion – which it has won several times.

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Battlefield Falconry Centre

The Falconry Centre offers several ways to get close to around 40 different birds of prey such as falcons, hawks and eagles. You can act like medieval royalty and walk through the Shropshire woodlands with a hawk that flies onto your glove. A falconer accompanies you through the woods, explaining local history and giving you some insight into bird behaviour and training.

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British Ironwork Centre

The centre displays and sells a stunning array of metal work and decorative items. The Indoor show areas allow you to escape into a treasure trove of trinkets and interior adornments, whilst the outdoor area is abundant with architectural structures and sculptures that must be seen to be believed.

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Powis Castle

Perched high on a rock above the world-famous garden terraces, Powis Castle, originally built circa 1200, began life as the medieval fortress of the Welsh Princes of Powys. The castle is known for its extensive, attractive formal gardens, terraces, parkland, deerpark and landscaped estate. The property unusually features a collection of treasures from India and the Far East, dating from the 17th to the 19th centuries which are displayed in the Clive Museum after being collected by the Herbert family.

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Attingham Park

Attingham Park was built in 1785 for Noel Hill, 1st Baron Berwick, who received his title during the prime of Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger. Attingham’s huge collection of Regency furniture, silver, paintings, porcelain and textiles reflects the changing fortunes of the property and the collecting habits of the family, who were either big spenders or careful savers.

Across the 640 acre parkland there are five Grade II* listed buildings and twelve Grade II listed structures which accompany a very large deer park and woodland.

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Theatre Severn

Boasting a beautiful riverside setting, Theatre Severn is a modern theatre with a traditional feel, where audiences can enjoy the best touring productions in drama, dance, music and comedy in a 650 seat main auditorium. The theatre hosts a diverse programme of entertainment, including West End hits, highly-acclaimed dance works and a host of one-nighters by some of the UK"s best-loved celebrities and performers.

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Moreton Corbet Castle

Impressive ruins; Moreton Corbet Castle encompasses the remains of a 12th century moated castle and the exquisite shell of an Elizabethan mansion built to replace the medieval castle. Robert Corbet travelled throughout Europe and wanted to recreate this classical Rome architecture in his own part of Shropshire.

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Hawkstone Park Follies

Historic woodland of grottos caves, cliffs and follies built over 200 years ago, Hawkstone became one of the greatest historic parklands in Europe and the setting for the TV Chronicles of Narnia. It is constructed around dramatic sandstone cliffs and consists of many hidden wonders including the Monument, the Swiss Bridge and the Grotto to name a few.

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Wroxeter Roman City

The fourth largest Roman city in Britain. Wroxeter was also the city of Camelot from the legend of King Arthur. The site was lost for centuries before it was rediscovered in the Victorian period. Visitors today can take a tour around the fascinating ruins, and explore the new Roman Town House, constructed as part of Channel 4’s ‘Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day’.

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Shrewsbury Shopping

There are a huge variety of shops in Shrewsbury from the high street names to a good range of small independent retailers including little boutiques, all tucked away in medieval alleyways that criss-cross the town centre. Shopping is thirsty work so why not sit down and treat yourself by visiting one of the many quirky coffee shops on offer.

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Shrewsbury Castle & Shropshire Regimental Museum

The original Shrewsbury Castle was built in timber by the Norman Roger de Montgomery, in about 1070. The Castle houses the spectacular collections of the Shropshire Regimental Museum Trust including pictures, uniforms, medals, silverware, weapons and other artefacts from the 18th Century to the present day.

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