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Monday Closed
Tuesday 11:00-16:00
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 11:00-16:00
Friday 11:00-16:00
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Unearth roman treasure. Whitchurch Heritage Centre consists of the Main Exhibition Hall and the Caldecott Gallery and contains a range of artefacts dating from the Roman occupation up until modern times. The Main Exhibition Hall heralds the work of Whitchurch firm J.B. Joyce who were established in 1790 and have…
01948 664577

Spring:
17th February to 22nd May 22nd 10.30am to 4.00pm but closed on Thursdays and Sundays.

Open Easter Sunday 12th April, 10.30am to 4pm.

Summer:
23rd May to 13th September 10.30am to 5pm but closed on Thursdays.
Sunday opening hours are 10.30am to 4pm.

Autumn:
14th September to 18th December 10.30am to 4pm but closed on Thursdays and Sundays.

Shrewsbury Castle originally dates from the 1070s, but was restored in the 18th century by Thomas Telford, who also built Laura’s Tower in the grounds. It now houses the Soldiers of Shropshire Museum, where displays of pictures, uniforms, medals, weapons and other equipment can all be…
01743 358516

Open all year round.

Wood Lane Nature Reserve, in Ellesmere, is an 81 hectare site which combines North Shropshire's largest sand and gravel quarry with active nature conservation.Wood Lane is geographically well placed at the hub of four meres: Blakemere, Newton Mere, Colemere and White Mere. Opportunities for colonization…
01743 284280

Open 7 Days a Week, 10.00 am to 4:00 pm

Come along and meet the birds.  They have Barn Owls, European Eagle Owls, a Steppe Eagle, Harris Hawks, and much much more. 
01939 210 905

All Year - see website for timetable details.

The Severn Valley Railway operates steam-hauled passenger trains between Bridgnorth, Bewdley and Kidderminster. Trains run every weekend and daily May to September plus local school holidays. The trains take passengers the full 16 miles length of the line and back. On the journey there is…
01562 757900

Monday to Thursday 12noon - 10pm
Friday 10am - 10pm
Saturday & Sunday 9am - 6pm

Please see timetable for current opening hours/days due to COVID-19

Telford Snowboard and Ski Centre is the ideal facility from which to learn to ski or improve techniques. Facilities include: Outdoor, all weather 85 metre dry ski slope Nursery slope Ski lodge
01952 382688
Hopton Woods is the home of mountain biking in Shropshire.  Come and test yourself out on the warm-up loop before heading into the wood. It has 32 km of forest roads, tracks and single tracks covering 350 hectares of woodland. There are colour coded routes for…
0300 0676977
A 7 mile walk over Brown Clee. This walk take you to the highest hill in Shropshire on paths used since before the Iron Age. There are no hills higher to the east until you reach the Urals in Russia. This circular route off the…

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A 4 mile circular route from Walkmill Meadows following the River Tern around the western outskirts of Market Drayton.  Along the route you will see Buntingsdale Hall, fields of Miscanthus (Elephant grass) and travel down Sandy Lane, an ancient bridleway.

All Year
A 60 minute walk (1 mile)

Route Description: A walk around the Llanymynech Limeworks Heritage Site specially designed to appeal to families with young children. Points of Interest: Limekiln Parking Information: Start at the car park in Llanymynech next to the British Waterways depot. If this is full use car park…

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