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All reviews toll house iron bridge well worth a visit industrial revolution piece of history feat of engineering steeped in history world heritage site english heritage interesting shops lovely place to visit pork pie car park couple of hours victorian village town scaffolding
The Toll House and Bridge are the main attractions of this wonderful town, it is hard to understand how anyone had the skills or knowledge how to build this fine bridge in a material that was not widely know about. The bridge has undergone much...More
There are a few nice shops and lots of places to have a coffee or an ice cream. The bridge itself is impressive but you walk over it and back in a matter of minutes. Good antiques centre at the end of the Main Street.
This place is beautiful. We parked up, strolled around the shops, had ice cream (not from Vanilla Ica as the man who owned the shop was quite positively the nastiest individual I’ve ever been unfortunate to come across). The town is just lovely!
We walked with our dog along the track of the former railway which was through gorgeous woodland and led us to Ironbridge. A wonderful bridge, lovely little place which has been so well kept and totally unspoilt. Highly recommended
I really enjoyed my visit here with my partner. I certainly learnt a few new things one of the most surprising is that the bridge was not built by Thomas Telford, something that I would have put money on! The staff in the Tollhouse Museum...More
The bridge built by Abraham Derby has now been restored and painted red it looks lovely when the sun shines and the Swans glide down the river. Ironbridge itself is quaint with tea rooms and gift shops and has some lovely local pubs and of...More
Hi, you can walk over the Iron bridge and there are 3 different walks of various lengths from there which are great to exercise the dog. Then you can take a dog into the Victorian Village free of charge. (around £18pperson... More
Hi, you can walk over the Iron bridge and there are 3 different walks of various lengths from there which are great to exercise the dog. Then you can take a dog into the Victorian Village free of charge. (around £18pperson) The only places there the dog can't go in are the cafe and the food shops. We also found lots of dog friendly pubs in the area. If you visit Ludlow the dog can go into the castle and there is a short walk around the castle grounds.