SHROPSHIRE

What is there to do?

Places to see, things to do

Museums & Homes

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

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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

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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.

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English Heritage Sites in Shropshire

Enjoy a great day out with over 15 English Heritage sites to visit in Shropshire. Take a relaxing stroll around the beautiful moat walk at Stokesay Castle, the finest and best preserved fortified medieval manor house in England.

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Weston Park

Church Farm distance to Weston Park: 9 miles/20 minutes

Weston Park is a stately home with beautiful gardens, architecture and history, not to mention an art gallery and restaurant, The Granary Grill. Events take place throughout the year.

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Severn Valley Railway

The Severn Valley Railway is a tourist attraction and heritage steam railway operating full-size, mainly steam-hauled passenger trains for 16 miles along the beautiful Severn Valley between Kidderminster, Bewdley and Bridgnorth.

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RAF Museum Cosford

The Royal Air Force Museum Cosford, located in Cosford in Shropshire, is a museum dedicated to the history of aviation and the Royal Air Force in particular. The museum is part of the Royal Air Force Museum, a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Ministry of Defence and a registered charity.

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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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Fishing in Shropshire

For the angler Shropshire has fast flowing rivers like the Severn, Teme, Tern and Perry, as well as the Shropshire Union and Montgomery Canals. There are more than 10 still-water fisheries too.

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Horse riding in Shropshire

Shropshire has over 600 miles of byways and bridleways, crisscrossing their way through the countryside. If you want to find out about the best places to walk, trot or canter.

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Walks in Shropshire – get some mud on your boots

Shropshire has over 3,500 miles of rights of way. A quarter of the county is designated as the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so our long distance routes run through some of the most beautiful and varied landscapes you will find anywhere in Britain

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For Foodies

Shropshire Food and Drink

Shropshire is renowned for its local food and the quality of our pubs, inns and restaurants. Take your pick, dining in Ironbridge, Shrewsbury, or Ludlow, to name a few.

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Shopping

Shropshire Shopping

Head to Shrewsbury, Shropshire’s county town. As well as being famed for its black and white medieval buildings, castle, spires, abbey and parklands, it’s also renowned for its independent shops.

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