What to see and do

Shropshire Sightseeing

If being active isn’t really your thing, Shropshire is perfect for some well needed rest and relaxation, for general sightseeing, strolls in the countryside, visiting our heritage sites, ambling around our market towns.

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If being active isn't really your thing, Shropshire is perfect for some well needed rest and relaxation, for general sightseeing, strolls in the countryside, visiting our heritage sites, ambling around our market towns.

If being active isn’t really your thing, Shropshire is perfect for some well needed rest and relaxation, for general sightseeing, strolls in the countryside, visiting our heritage sites, ambling around our market towns. You don’t actually need to ‘do’ much at all!

Simply take a look at our places to visit page, if you haven’t already, for some added inspiration about ways to spend your time whilst at Church Farm in Shropshire. If you would like any more information or recommendations, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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The National Arboretum

Since our official opening over twenty years ago, the Arboretum has grown into an inspirational living landscape where families, friends and comrades can celebrate lives

The Ironbridge Gorge

Visit the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution with ten award-winning Museums spread along the valley beside the River Severn – still spanned by the world’s first Iron Bridge. We are just 10 minutes away

Shropshire Market Towns

Here are just a few market towns you can visit during your stay at Church Farm. There are plenty more, including Much Wenlock (birthplace of the Olympic Games) and Craven Arms (home to the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre), all an easy drive from Church Farm.