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#1 of 1 things to do in Albrighton
We had coffee and cakes in an excellent shop within the complex, then a picnic lunch outside on the grass.The only negative thing i can say regarding this museum is the high cost of entry to a couple of extra attr...
So many amazing displays by some fab pilots and planes aswell as lots to do on and see in the ground.

Chester Zoo

Chester, UK 32.7 mi away
#1 of 109 things to do in Chester
We loved the veriety of different types of animals and fish, snakes, plenty of ample space for the kids to run about and parks, picnic areas and cafe's, huge gift shop and massive car park, also very easy to find.
We saw a vast array of animals - in particular our favourites were the tiger, rhino and rhino baby, elephant and baby elephants, meerkats and cheeky baby meerkats, and the orangutan on the boat ride who was making...
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Battlefield Falconry Centre

Shrewsbury 1.3 mi away
#1 of 66 things to do in Shrewsbury
friendly day out with fab interaction with Oscar the Hartis Hawk , lots of involvement as he's flown to your arm , a cool experience & lots of owls to see with lots of information , questions welcomed & cool drink...
... Mark answered any questions you may have had and gave a talk to the group excellent value for money and a cup of tea was provided we had a great time five stars from us thanks Mark from Richard and Teresa

The Quarry

Shrewsbury 3.8 mi away
#3 of 66 things to do in Shrewsbury
... along the riverbank and the most tranquil garden designed by Percy Thrower, wonderfully manicured with an array of colourful flowers’ The hosts events through out the year including the Shrewsbury Flower Show!
The Dingle is a floral, landscaped garden sunken within the centre of the park and is absolutely stunning with flowerbeds, a pond, fountains and ducks making it a serene and calm little pocket within the open fields.
#1 of 24 things to do in Oswestry
Stroll around the gardens admiring the metal sculptures crafted by truely gifted artisans, or browse the shop area again stocked by crafts people or simply visit the restaurant/ cafe for excellent refreshments.
Fabulous day with my grandson who thoroughly enjoyed the sculptures I’d recommend this place to all age groups for a fantastic day out lovely cafe too! and free ice cream for the littles ones

Shropshire Raft Tours

Ironbridge 14.0 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Ironbridge
We enjoyed a lovely leisurely float along the river under the Iconic iron bridge in the great company of Nigel & Lyle, Nigel was very welcoming and keen to share his knowledge of the river and history of the wider...
His commentary was both informative and appropriate for the wide age range of the raft "team".I would unhesitatingly recommend a raft trip for anyone wishing to see the Ironbridge Gorge from a different perspective.!

Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

Wrexham, UK 20.3 mi away
#1 of 59 things to do in Wrexham
I am lucky enough to live very close to this outstanding place the views are incredible the aqueduct is now a world heritage site and really well worth a visit there is ample parking space and lovely tea rooms rig...
We came here with our three children (3, 11 & 13) for a family walk and we weren't disappointed!!! Breathtaking views, and just an enjoyable lovely walk!! Will definitely be coming back for more great walks over t...
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Chester Cathedral

Chester, UK 30.4 mi away
#4 of 109 things to do in Chester
The cathedral is well worth a visit ,especially with the lovely shop,..At Christmas time it is stunning, with a festival of Christmas trees, It is beautiful with trees decorated by different companies, also schools..
... 5/10 Worth doing / Value: 10/10 From someone who loves history and architecture this is a beautiful building to visit, take a look around the walls and ceilings and look for all the hidden gems and hidden walk...
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#2 of 109 things to do in Chester
If you are a strong believer in the freedom of animals but still want to watch captivating creatures gliding through the wind with elegance whilst learning interesting facts by professionals - Chester Cathedral Fa...
Amazing experience with such a beautiful setting ...very good value for money... lovely friendly and knowledgable staff ...great interaction with the birds ..this a must place to visit whilst in Chester

Land Rover Experience

Tarporley, UK 23.7 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Tarporley
Booked the 1 hour experience in a defender had James as our driver amazing guy my husband had a fabulous time and so did I as a passenger would definitely recommend to friends and family Thank you James for your c...
We had an absolutely fantastic afternoon with Charlie, who showed us how fantastic the Range Rover really is - he had us balancing on 2 wheels, driving through deep water etc whilst he explained all the different...

Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom

Telford 11.6 mi away
#2 of 43 things to do in Telford
It was amazing meeting these lovely animals, the lemurs are hilarious the Meerkats are cheeky and the servals are absolutely beautiful, guides were fab and so knowledgeable, overall we had an amazing time, Thanks...
The otters were amazing to watch and I loved the arctic foxes as well as the farm's very friendly resident cats!! Would definitely recommend this, especially for toddlers and young children as there's lots to do!

Walls of Chester

Chester, UK 30.3 mi away
#5 of 109 things to do in Chester
We started by the river and suspension bridge and went clockwise, enjoying great views of the racecourse, the castle, the Dee estuary, etc, winding back to the Cathedral Falconry School (fascinating to watch from...
Its about two miles with views down on to Roman remains, the Chester Race Course, The River Dee with its fascinating weir, The West Cheshire & Shropshire Union Canal, The pedestrian areas, the beautiful Eastgate B...

David Austin Roses

Wolverhampton, UK 20.7 mi away
#4 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
... seating is available) with exposed oak beams giving a light and spacious feel, we enjoyed the delicious food, refreshing ourselves ready to explore the shop, with its variety of roses, plants, and quality gifts.
And it free you can walk around the gardens and look at the roses named after kings and queens and many famous people great place to buy some of the best roses in the world with a great tea room with great cakes a...

Cannock Chase Trekking Centre

Penkridge, UK 27.9 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Penkridge
We booked in at the last minute, what an amazing place, the staff were very friendly and welcoming, lovely horses that are obviously very well cared for, the ride was brilliant, completely off road and amazing sce...
... style furniture around a huge log burner before leading on to a large terrace with BBQ and then through to the horses where you are paired with a horse and of you go on your treck with lots of friendly staff !

The Long Mynd

Church Stretton 15.8 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Church Stretton
We often park in the National Trust Cardingmill Valley car park and walk up to the top for the beautiful panaromic views but you can also drive the narrow lane to the top - plenty of passing places but it is steep...
... pretty part of the world that is a walkers or cyclist dream come true.There are various paths and courses to choose from which are all well signposted.No wonder it has earned the nickname " Little Switzerland".

Blists Hill Victorian Town

Ironbridge 15.4 mi away
#2 of 13 things to do in Ironbridge
... for the casting they do every Wednesday at the forge (which I saw last time it's incredible) and got to dip and take home a rainbow candle (I know I'm 22 who cares haha!) brilliant for adults and children alike!
Similar to the Black Country museum its wonderful laid out Victorian Village offers visitors a chance to step back into history and the volunteers that work the shops, houses etc are friendly and informative .
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Attingham Park

Shrewsbury 6.3 mi away
#13 of 66 things to do in Shrewsbury
A hidden gem..... Visited today this amazing National Trust property, wonderful grounds lovely walks around the Deer Park, the house it's self is fantastic, a must visit if you're in the area.
Huge house greets you on drive in past herds of cows, plenty of toilets, a 10 year restoration of Walled Garden with interesting history of Garden itself; a large new play area for children, and a lot of excellent...

Kerry Vale Vineyard

Church Stoke, UK 22.0 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Church Stoke
Considering the weather had been so windy and rainy we were really lucky that the skies cleared while we had our tour of the vineyard, which was informative (loved getting to taste some grapes straight off the vine).
Afterwards we had an afternoon tea, which didn’t disappoint, 3 types of sandwiches, scones, little cakes, macaroons, tea or coffee and all accompanied with their sparkling rose or ‘fizz’!

Cannock Chase

Stafford, UK 27.0 mi away
#2 of 23 things to do in Stafford
A huge expanse of forest with well marked pathways; small hills, glacial boulders, Go Ape, adventure playgrounds, dog walking, mountain bike routes for all levels, cafes, deers if you're quiet, cows even!
Fantastic for Dog Walking Fantastic for people with bikes Great for Horse Riding Ideal for taking the children on Milford common to kick a football or play cricket

Powis Castle and Garden

Welshpool, UK 18.9 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Welshpool
A spectacular dramatic and historic castle with stupendous views and fabulous interiors.The gardens are magnificent, probably the best of any NT property,the gardeners are worth their weight in gold.We visited wit...
Wonderful castle and fantastic gardens so well kept stunning views probably the best national trust property gardens I have been to worth visiting thanks national trust for a lovely day if you are in a wheel chair...

Wightwick Manor and Gardens

Wolverhampton, UK 26.3 mi away
#5 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
The house itself is beautiful, an absolute gem of the Arts and Crafts period, with a Tudor styled exterior and a great collection of Pre-Raphaelite art, both in the house and in the on-site gallery in the malt house.
... of Evelyn and William De Morgan – paintings and ceramics which in themselves are worth a visit – as ever knowledgeable volunteers on hand to bring the people and their spaces to life – worth a visit – thank you

Ludlow Brewing Company

Ludlow 26.9 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Ludlow
Hosted by Glen, who has a brilliantly dry sense of humour, we had an extremely informative and entertaining tour, culminating in a tasting session with generous servings of six different beers.
... tour on the spur of the moment, our tour guide Glyn made the tour informative and fun and at the end we could try all 6 of the beers they brew and you got a token for a pint of beer or a bottle to take home.

Banks's Park Brewery

Wolverhampton, UK 28.3 mi away
#3 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
Afternoon tour round the brewery was fantastic, our tour guide Bob was full of fasinating history of the brewery, and we were lucky enough to sample a few beers, lovely gifts in the well stocked gift shop highly r...
We had fun whilst learning a lot about the beer-making process, the brewery’s history and local history - and learning to pull a pint whilst sampling the beer was a cosy end to the tour.

Wollerton Old Hall Garden

Wollerton 10.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Wollerton
Despite visiting at the end of the season the gardens here were still very well maintained with many plants still in bloom especially in the Lanhydrock garden, the upper Rill, the Sundial garden and the Long Border.
I also agree that it is like ‘rooms’ within a garden, wonderfully maintained and clearly a lot of love and time spent creating a haven.

Stokesay Castle

Ludlow 22.6 mi away
#3 of 19 things to do in Ludlow
A partial ruin but plenty to see , The gatehouse built in the 17th century is superb , There is also the Hall , the staircase to the North Tower with tremendous views , the South Tower & the Church of John the Bap...
The church is lovely, both set in an impressive valley with beautiful views.The tea rooms adjacent to the car park were tastefully decorated and furnished with great friendly staff.

Moseley Old Hall

Wolverhampton, UK 28.4 mi away
#6 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
Really enjoyed this National Trust property Brilliant volunteers All staff so knowledgable about the history of the house Lovely tea room 5/5 for cream tea Take a picnic as plenty to see and do for all the family
Visit with grandchildren and great grandchildren such a beautiful place to visit stemmed with so much history walking in the woods was superb for the children and a huge tree house to explore beautiful tea rooms a...

Carding Mill Valley

Church Stretton 15.2 mi away
#2 of 19 things to do in Church Stretton
... lovely scenery and wildlife the cafe is also very good and the staff are there to help for advice as well as leaflets to look at so go and have a look at this beautiful valley and explore our lovely town too!!
I tend to associate the National Trust, of which we are members, with stately homes and grand mansions, however this beautiful strip of Shropshire administered by the NT is a fantastic part of the English countrys...

Trentham Gardens

Trentham, UK 26.7 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Trentham
A little train, boat ride on the huge lake, flower meadows, show gardens, beautiful Italianate garden, plenty of places to picnic, a lovely restaurant and on top of all that, a shopping village just outside the en...
... to walk around and spot the fairies on the Fairy Trail Great walk around the lake Good facilities there is a lovely cafe/restaurant serving excellent quality meals Great children’s play area and very dog friendly

River Dee

Chester, UK 30.0 mi away
#13 of 109 things to do in Chester
I am lucky enough to live a short walk from the River Dee in the beautiful city of Chester The river is stunning and it’s approach via Grosvenor Park is equally as magnificent Wether it’s a picnic , day out or wal...
Lovely river, lots to watch, plenty of seats, easy access to the lovely park a relaxing hour or two can be held here you can also get onto the walls and walk around Chester, many different things to view as you walk.
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Hawkstone Park Follies

Shrewsbury 8.1 mi away
#8 of 66 things to do in Shrewsbury
what a wonderful day out finding trolls climbing towers going in caves and over narrow bridges a bit strenuous but well worth the effort take drinks and snacks for the long trail the views are stunning choose a ni...
... hall the gothic arch and so much more are both beautiful and something different around every corner you will need torches for this part make sure that you take a camera for amazing photos and good sensible wa...