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Dudmaston offers something unexpected in the Shropshire countryside, a house that provides a classical setting for a collection of modern and contemporary art. The modern art galleries were assembled by diplomat Sir George Labouchere, while his wife Rachel showed off her collections of botanical drawings…
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Enjoy a huge range of activities including Segway, Junior Quad Biking trek, Mountain Boarding, Sniper shooting, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Archery, Jacobs Ladder, Zip wire and Team Building Activities. The Edge Adventure Activities Centre is a leading activity centre near Much Wenlock, Shropshire. Mix and match…
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Much Wenlock in Shropshire is the home of the modern Olympic Games, no honestly! Dr William Penny Brookes was a local doctor who campaigned tirelessly to revive the ancient Greek games. It is somewhat fitting that the town has its own Olympic trail that takes…
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10am - 4pm [last admission 3pm] Applies November - February

10am - 5pm [last admission 4pm] Applies March - October

The Royal Air Force Museum Cosford is located in Shropshire and offers a fun, entertaining day out for all the entire family. Situated next to an active airfield, this is the only place in the Midlands where you can get close to so many breathtaking aircraft for…
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The Maws is a collection of art, craft and design studios situated in the picturesque Ironbridge Gorge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, 1.5 miles from the historic Iron Bridge and housed in the refurbished Victorian tile factory of Maw & Co, once the world's largest…
Maws Craft Centre

Open February 1st - November 30th

Monday 11am–5pm
Tuesday 11am–5pm
Wednesday CLOSED
Thursday 11am–5pm
Friday 11am–5pm
Saturday 11am–5pm
Sunday CLOSED (Except in July and August)

The Land of Lost Content is an independent museum containing Britain’s foremost collection of pop culture ephemera, obscure objects and ordinary things from the pre digital era. The musuems has 33 displays over three floors. Cafe is located on the first floor, is our self…
Land of Lost Content

Friday 30 March until Sunday 4 November 2018
10am to 4:30pm.

Acton Scott Historic Working Farm is one of Britain's leading working farm museums and is situated in the 18th century Home Farm of the Acton Scott Estate. Conceived by Thomas Acton more than a generation ago to keep alive the 19th century farming practices he…
Acton Scott Working Farm

Open daily during school holidays from 10am - 6pm
Term time Friday 10am-7pm, Saturday & Sunday 10am - 6pm.

Welcome to Mickey Miller’s Family Playbarn, a ‘fun for all the family’ softplay area based in Craven Arms, Shropshire… With ball pools for the little ones and a 21ft drop slide for the daredevils amongst you, there’s something here for everyone. Mickey Miller’s Family Playbarn…
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The Office is open Monday to Friday – 9am to 5pm

The Shropshire Hills are a protected landscape designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Walk popular trails such as the Shropshire Way and Offa's Dyke Path which are clearly waymarked on the ground and guide you across the Shropshire Hills.
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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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