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Stiperstones Nature Reserve

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Stiperstones Nature Reserve

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Walk in the footsteps of prisoners who have been residents of the wings during the last 200 years. Discover what happens behind the high walls and locked doors. Experience the hidden world of capital punishment and see first-hand where executions took place.<br><br>​Shrewsbury Prison conducts guided tours run by ex-prison officers who once managed these prisons. Our two-hour tours give you the opportunity to view our historic buildings and learn more about their history dating back to 1793.
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Bex wrote a review Oct 19
Atlanta, Georgia32 contributions6 helpful votes
Parked at the Stiperstones Inn and off we went for our hike which is one of my favourites regardless of the weather. After our three hour hike we tried to have a drink at the Inn but it was fully booked so recommend you book a table beforehand.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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jean s wrote a review Sep 2020
cirencester16 contributions4 helpful votes
Quite simply - stunningly beautiful scenery -this is prime walking country with outstanding views. The roads are well maintained and traffic light. Free parking and easy access. On this occasion I drove through but will definitely revisit when in the county
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Date of experience: September 2020
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shampoo53 wrote a review Aug 2020
171 contributions25 helpful votes
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Even though it was stormy/windy today we drove up to 'the bog' car park (which is free and lots of parking). Lots of information signs about the history of this place (visitors center was closed due to covid19). There is a good circular walk taking you through the forest then back up to the road before starting up to the cliffs (nice to climb up and take in the views). Plan to spend about 2hrs here. Sturdy footwear recommended. OK for dogs to be off the lead in most places.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Paul R wrote a review Aug 2020
Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom361 contributions171 helpful votes
What a lovely place to visit that offers a very different day out. There is parking on site and it’s fairly easy to find with Google Maps and signs. The walk is quite rocky but not too hard for families. The rocks are really unusual and good to climb. The views are great if it’s not foggy which it often is. Definitely go if you are in the area as well worth it. Walk is about an hour if you don’t stop.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Jamie B wrote a review Mar 2020
25 contributions3 helpful votes
We last visited 30 years ago when staying with family in Pontesbury. We called in the local pub at the bottom of the hill, had a tea and coffee before driving on to the stiperstones. We called at Tankerville Gallery en route and met up with old friends last seen 30 years ago - the gallery is a real blast from the past! We went on to the top car park passing the Bog Centre which opens in April(?) There is a short walk to the stones. The views are excellent. Well worth a visit. We continued our journey to Shrewsbury which was about 25 mins away through some scenic roads/lanes
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Date of experience: March 2020
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