Acton Burnell Castle (8 miles)
The red sandstone shell of a semi fortified tower house built in 1284-93 by Bishop Burnell Edward I’s Lord Chancellor. Parliaments were twice held here in 1283 and 1285.
Acton Scott Historic Working Farm (5 miles)
Acton Scott Historic Working Farm near Church Stretton demonstrates life on a Shropshire upland farm at the turn of the 19th century. The farm has featured on BBC TV’s ‘Victorian Farm’, ‘Countryfile’ and many other film and TV shows.
Blists Hill Victorian Town (23 miles)
Enjoy a fun family day out at this recreated Victorian Town. You can discover more about Victorian life as you meet the ‘Victorian’ townsfolk.
British Ironwork Centre (26 miles)
The British Ironwork Centre is a family company, long dedicated to, and passionate about the preservation and creation of quality metal work, in all it’s forms.
Buildwas Abbey (17 miles)
Impressive ruins of a Cistercian abbey, including its unusually unaltered 12th century church, beautiful vaulted and tile-floored chapter house, and recently re-opened crypt chapel.
Caer Caradoc (2 miles)
Hillfort reputed to be the site of Caractacus’ last stand.
Dorothy Clive Garden (40 miles)
The Dorothy Clive Garden is delightfully woven into the magnificent tapestry of the Shropshire, North Staffordshire and Cheshire borders and has spectacular views over the surrounding countryside.
Enginuity (20 miles)
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.
Jail House Tours (14 miles)
Ever wondered what happens behind the closed doors? Is it really like the movies? Are there really ghosts wandering the halls at night? Now you can find out by registering for a tour of Shrewsbury prison, one of the country’s oldest prisons.
Ludlow Castle (17 miles)
Construction of Ludlow Castle began in the late 11th Century as the border stronghold of one of the Marcher Lords, Roger De Lacy.
Ludlow Food Centre and Ludlow Kitchen (14 miles)
A farm shop like no other, the Ludlow Food Centre is situated on the fringes of the Earl of Plymouth Estate (located on the A49, two miles north of Ludlow).
Midlands Gliding Club (6 miles)
Members of the Midland Gliding Club first flew from the Long Mynd in 1934. It is not only one of the longest established gliding clubs in the UK but also one of Britain’s prime gliding sites.
Mitchell’s Fold Stone Circle (20 miles)
Prehistoric Bronze Age stone circle 85 feet in diameter, consisting originally of some 30 stones of which 15 are now visible.
Sabrina Boat (13 miles)
Sailing from Victoria Quay daily 11am – 4pm on the hour, a delightful 45 minute river cruise with commentary from the Captain in the 2nd half.
Severn Valley Railway (35 miles)
Explore, enjoy and step back in time at the SVR! Exciting steam trains, fantastic events and plenty to explore – the Severn Valley Railway has all the ingredients for a great day out.
Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre (10 miles)
Get up close and personal to Shropshire’s larger than life mammoth and step back into the Iron Age. If you’re looking for somewhere to take the kids or grandkids during the summer holidays we have several family events to keep children and adults amused and entertained.
Snailbeach Lead Mine (17 miles)
Looking out over the beautiful Rea Brook valley, Snailbeach was once one of the most productive lead mines in the country.
Stiperstones National Nature Reserve (8 miles)
The quartzite tors rising from the top of the Stiperstones ridge lie within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and are visible for miles around.
Stokesay Castle (10 miles)
Stokesay Castle, near Craven Arms, nestles in peaceful South Shropshire countryside near the Welsh Border. It is one of more than a dozen English Heritage properties in the county.
The Bog Visitor Centre (9 miles)
The unusually named Bog Centre, is the old school house and one of last remaining buildings from The Bog Village, demolished in 1972.
The Edge Adventure Activities (14 miles)
Enjoy a huge range of activities including Quad Biking / Trekking, Mountain Boarding, Grass Boarding, Mountain Biking, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Archery and Team Building Activities
Wroxeter Roman City (16 miles)
Once the fourth largest city in Roman Britain, visitors to Wroxeter 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’.