Shropshire abounds with sites and buildings of significant historical interest – from Ludlow Castle where the ‘Princes in the Tower’ were held, to Ironbridge and the birth of the Industrial Revolution. 

Shropshire is a treasure trove of historical gems set amongst some of the most glorious scenery in the country.
Based in Shrewsbury

Acton Burnell Castle

Near Shrewsbury

Attingham Park

Based in Oswestry

British Ironworks Centre

Near Ironbridge

Buildwas Abbey

Near Ironbridge

Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron

Near Ironbridge

Coalport China Museum

Near Bridgnorth

Dudmaston Hall

Based near Market Drayton

Fordhall Organic Farm

Near Ironbridge

Jackfield Tile Museum

Based in Ludlow

Ludlow Castle

Near Bridgnorth

Morville Hall

Based in Ludlow

St. Laurence's Parish Church, Ludlow

Based in Craven Arms

Stokesay Castle

Near Ironbridge

Tar Tunnel

 

The Dana Prison

 

The Iron Bridge & Toll House

Acton Scott Historic Working Farm

Near Ironbridge

Blists Hill Victorian Town

Based in Bridgnorth

Bridgnorth Cliff Railway

Near Ironbridge

Broseley Pipeworks

Based in Shrewsbury

Hawkstone Park Follies

Based in Cosford

Royal Air Force Museum

Based in Bridgnorth, Bewdley and Kidderminster

Severn Valley Railway

 

Snailbeach Mine

 

Upton Cressett Hall