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Open from Easter to October every year.
Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday afternoons, also Bank Holiday Mondays 1:00 pm - 4.00 pm.

Northgate Museum in Bridgnorth is packed full of treasures, the Museum should be the first stop for anyone wanting to discover the history of the town and the local area. From an Edwardian cash till, to a model of Trevithick's Steam Engine, the Museum's collections…
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…

All Year
2 Miles
Allow 2 hours

A 2 mile circular walk around Rectory Wood & Field. This is a fairly tough little walk, that is even better if you like to splash about in streams. The rouute includes fields and woodland paths. It is hillywith some steep climbing and descents. It is not suitabl for…

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To viewpoint, less than 1 mile. Longer walk 2½ miles.
Allow 1 or 2 hours

A 1 mile walk to the viewpoint on Grinshill or a 2.5 mile circular walk around Grinshill & Corbet Wood. Visit the famous stone quarries of Grinshill taking in the viewpoint, this can develop into an adventrous wander around the woodland. Over 200 million years…

All Year (2 miles)
Allow 1.5 hours - 2 hours

A 2 mile circular Family Friendly walk around Lyth Hill. Explore the land of rope, Romans and really old rocks.From Lyth Hill you can see Iron Age Hill Forts on the Wrekin, Lawley, Caer Caradoc, Brown Clee & Earl’s Hill. There is a great view to…

All year

Family Friendly Walks: Nesscliffe Nonsense The Cliffe, Nesscliffe. A stroll over the Cliffe - there is a toposcope at the viewpoint, pointing out the hills you can see on a good day. Suitable for all terrain pushchairs. Free activity. See link to website for map…

All Year
A 60 minute walk (2 miles)

Family Friendly Walks: Ellesmere Eccentricities. The Mere, Ellesmere. An easy, there-an-back-again walk.Taking you around the Mere. Suitable for pushchairs. Free activity. See link to website for map and guide.

Open every weekend from Easter until the end of October and most weekdays during holidays and the summer months.

Your journey on the 8 mile long Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway begins on the edge of the historic market town of Welshpool. Upon leaving Welshpool, the trains battle up the steep Golfa Bank with the sound of the locomotive echoing from the hills. The…
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4 miles

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.

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…
01299 402114

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