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Winter Season 10am - 4pm
Main Season 10am - 6pm

The four mile safari adventure normally takes about one hour and fifteen minutes - if you arrive early. Visitors arriving early will benefit from the least queues and be able to feed the animals at their leisure - special diet animal food is available from…
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Monday - Thursday: 6.30am - 10pm
Friday: 6.30am - 8pm
Saturday: 8.30am - 5pm
Sunday: 9.00am - 5pm

Market Drayton Swimming and Fitness Centre has a great range of facilities on offer, whether you want to learn to swim, join a casual swimming session or work out in the gym. Facilities include: 25m Indoor Pool - with a variety of pool sessions to…
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Monday: 10am till 9pm
Tuesday to Friday: 6.30am till 9pm
Saturday: 7am till 4pm
Sunday: 7am till 1pm

Main pool (25m x 9.5m). A variety of swimming activities are available at the centre including swimming lessons, lifesaving, adults only, public swimming, aquatots, 50+, water workouts, women only, fun sessions, family fun sessions and children's parties. From the learn to swim scheme alternative developmental…
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BeActive is the membership card for Shropshire Leisure Services and replaces the passport to leisurescheme. The BeActive leisure scheme is open to all residents, visitors, clubs, groups and organisations and will be available at all Shropshire Council leisure facilities. By becoming a BeActive member you…
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Open every day until 5th November
Closed from 25th December until February 2019

Rays Farm is a high-quality family attraction set in the glorious Shropshire countryside near Bridgnorth. Relax and enjoy wildlife and nature as it was intended - ancient woodlands, winding pathways, wild flowers and ferns, all creating the perfect atmosphere to unwind and let time drift…
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Open all year.
Summer open Monday to Saturday, 8am to 8pm, Sunday 12noon to 8pm.
Winter open Monday to Saturday, 8am to 6.30pm, Sunday 12noon to 6.30pm.

England's only remaining inland electric funicular railway! Since 1892 it has been transporting residents and visitors alike up and down the 111 ft sandstone cliff between High Town, with its interesting shops, gardens and historic castle grounds, and Low Town with the riverside quay, enjoying…
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Weston Park is one of the most welcoming stately homes with as much character as any English castle and with as many stories as any royal home. Weston has a wide range of events varying from fine dining experiences to public and family events. It…
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1st April to end of October – Open Thursday – Sunday 11am to 4pm
Open Bank Holiday Mondays.

Daniels Mill is a fully working watermill set in the idyllic Shropshire countryside, deep in a wooded valley crossed by the 19th century viaduct carrying the Severn Valley Railway to Bridgnorth. Visitors to this tourist attraction are taken back in time when the mill wheel…
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The remains of Bridgnorth Castle are set on a cliff by the side of the River Severn. Today the castle is little more than a ruin, comprising of a 70 foot tall, 12th century Norman tower and some other small stonework built in the time…
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30th March- 30th September 2018
Monday to Sunday 10am till 6pm

1st October - 4 November 2018
Monday to Sunday 10am till 5pm

5th November till 17th February 2019
Monday to Friday Closed
Saturday to Sunday 10am till 4pm

The spectacular ruins of Wenlock Priory are the remains of a 12th century church that belonged to the Cluniac monastry, refounded in 1079 and 1082, on the site of an earlier 7th century foundation, by Roger de Montgomery. It is thought to be the final…
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