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#1 of 1 things to do in Bobbington
We booked for the Cheese and Wine tasting and we met a friendly knowledgeable lady who introduced us to a good range of their wines with information from why thy glass was the shape it was too which grapes and the...
Within the site you will find a mix of craft shops selling glassware, paper and wooden crafts, candles and pet supplies.

Shropshire Raft Tours

Ironbridge, UK 12.0 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.!

David Austin Roses

Wolverhampton, UK 8.5 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...

Blists Hill Victorian Town

Ironbridge, UK 10.8 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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Wightwick Manor and Gardens

Wolverhampton, UK 6.2 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

Banks's Park Brewery

Wolverhampton, UK 7.9 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.

Moseley Old Hall

Wolverhampton, UK 11.5 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...

Clent Hills

Clent, UK 11.4 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Clent
Stunning local area, that is great whatever time of year you visit, just dress accordingly!!! Fantastic walks, ideal if you have a dog, or children, although some of the areas can be quite steep so be warned, but...
One of my favourite local walking areas.There are easy pathways or you can walk"off road" for a good strenuous walk.Can be very muddy after heavy rain and lots of dog walkers on the most popular pathways.A good cu...

Harvington Hall

Harvington, UK 10.9 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Harvington
Excellent visit, a really well run historical attraction, very atmospheric with friendly and knowledgeable guides with many of them in period costume making for a really enjoyable visit getting a real flavour of t...
Beautiful house and grounds, dating back to Elizabethan times and a very interesting and funny tour by Derek who told us all about the origins of common phrases, life in the Tudor times and also showed us several...

Bewdley Museum

Bewdley, UK 9.6 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Bewdley
The museum offers interactive and immersive exhibits, enhanced by the inclusion of onsite, skilled local craftspeople producing various handmade treasures for sale, demonstrating their craft and some even teaching...
... the queen Elizabeth ll Jubilee Gardens which are an oasis of peace and quiet with a small pond seating along the path and its own community orchard making a great picnic spot and worth a visit in its own right.

Museum of Carpet

Kidderminster, UK 9.0 mi away
#1 of 21 things to do in Kidderminster
It's a great little museum but although it's small there's lots to see and absorb and two hours flies by, especially if you time your visit to coincide with the demonstrations.
A fascinating variety of films, displays, areas for children to experience the materials, weaving courses and a book shop.

Bantock House Museum

Wolverhampton, UK 7.1 mi away
#7 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
Went to see the house, what a great place, free entry, loads to see, a really interesting and informative place, the antique shop is well worth a visit, as is the cafe, nice grounds for a walk, highly recommended
The rooms are very accessible you can walk around the billiard room or the dining room or study.There is a lot of descriptive information in each room that you can read, there is also a pleasant café attached .The...

Kinver Edge Rock Houses

Stourbridge, UK 4.6 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Stourbridge
Visited For the first time well worth a visit Houses in the rocks were unusual There are lovely walks as well with rocks in the woods There is also a very nice tearoom which is reasonably priced And the staff are...
We enjoyed a beautiful walk up to the sandstone edge, fab views, and then along the ridge through the woods and down to the other two rock houses, Vales Rock and Nanny’s Rock.

Grand Theatre

Wolverhampton, UK 8.4 mi away
#8 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
We really enjoyed our visit to the Grand and all the staff were excellent and very friendly and approachable and the show we saw "The play that goes wrong" was hilarious and very much appreciated by the audience.
Fabulous place, has still got the 'old' theatre atmosphere but with all the modern twists - bars on all floors, toilets good access and really friendly staff.

Arley Arboretum

Upper Arley, UK 7.0 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Upper Arley
Fabulous arboretum, with some amazing gardens and excellent tea garden and grounds, well worth a visit!
All in all a lovely morning spent here; next time we’ll make a day of it and take advantage of the many picnic areas and fantastic views of the surrounding countryside.

Severn Valley Railway

Kidderminster, UK 9.0 mi away
#2 of 21 things to do in Kidderminster
Lots to see, scenery beautiful, even wild animals seen from the train, all stations along the route beautifully maintained, lots of facilities and all the volunteers helpful and very knowledgeable, well worth a vi...
We went for the 1940's weekend and cannot recommend it highly enough, the steam trains are fantastic every station had something of interest including museums, memorabilia stores, pubs, restaurants, live entertain...

Black Country Living Museum

Dudley, UK 8.8 mi away
#1 of 22 things to do in Dudley
lots to do, lots to see good food you need comfy shoes as there is a lot of walking but worth every step the staff are all volunteers but are very helpful friendly & informative this attraction is a must see.
... and shops and all the workers were so friendly and informative, my son loved the history and we had a pint and some scratchings in the pub before embarking on the canal ride, which was amazing, we all loved it!

Jackfield Tile Museum

Telford, UK 10.8 mi away
#9 of 43 things to do in Telford
This museum was about far more than tiles- though there was a profusion of beauties in different styles from Arts and Crafts, through Victorian Gothic, into the 20th century with Art Nouveau and Art Deco.
great visit very interesting well worth a visit along with the other ironbridge museums in the area the 10 museum passport is a great way to see all at a discounted price.

The Falconry Centre

Hagley, UK 8.8 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Hagley
This centre has a fantastic array of vultures, hawks, falcons, eagles etc. Pretty much all the main breeds including a gorgeous golden eagle called Auralia and a stunning American bald eagle called Orn.
We went today 25/4/17 as birthday gift from my hubby , absolutely lovely it, different kind of prey , staff were very friendly and Abbi was fantastic ... My favourite was Cash the eagle owl he was fab .

Himley Hall and Park

Dudley, UK 5.0 mi away
#4 of 22 things to do in Dudley
Lovely starter of prawn cocktail followed by a selection of fresh sandwiches , a very tasty sorbet , warm homemade scone with jam and cream and a wonderful array of bitesized cakes , and as many pots of tea we cou...
had afternoon entertainment arranged by the bride and her husband ,the food was exceptional through the day and evening ,and later we had the the great disco which every one enjoyed .! i would recommend this venue...

West Midland Safari Park

Bewdley, UK 9.3 mi away
#3 of 12 things to do in Bewdley
Fab day enjoyed by all paid extra to go in the mini bus safari instead of our own car - fussy husband lol - and it was worth every penny staff are so friendly and knowledgeable will definitely be visiting again
Brilliant day out enjoyed by all age groups , will be returning with our free tickets which are given to you on your trip , safari was brilliant being able to feed certain animals , sea lion show was good , rides...

Baggeridge Country Park

Dudley, UK 5.7 mi away
#3 of 22 things to do in Dudley
If you take the walk between Baggeridge and Himley you will also come across a couple of large pools which are home to swans, ducks, coots, moorhens and if you are lucky, you may even catch sight of a heron or two.
Then after your walk there is a wonderful tea room/ coffee shop/ restaurant that serves great meals, yummy homemade cake, scoops of hand dipped ice cream, a good selection of snacks and lots of hot and cold bevera...

Bridgnorth Castle and Grounds

Bridgnorth, UK 5.9 mi away
#2 of 22 things to do in Bridgnorth
BEAUTIFUL relaxing great for walking the dogs jedi knight maltese terrier and snowball bison friseBEAUTIFULLY KEPT LOVELY FOR A WALK WITH THE DOGS AT THE BOTTOM OF MY GARDEN beautiful in the evening and early morning
They are very well kept, with beautiful flowers, shrubs and trees, war memorials, dedicated benches and a lovely band stand and bridge.

Mary Stevens Park

Stourbridge, UK 7.2 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in Stourbridge
The park has always been a wonderful place to come and spend time even more so when the suns out Plenty of open space for ball games an info centre beautiful large lake with plenty of wildlife ducks geese etc s...
the park is great for all ages, our grandaughter loved the outdoor exercise equipment and the walk around the well maintained duck pond, you can easily make a great day of fun at this park

The Iron Bridge and Tollhouse

Ironbridge, UK 11.7 mi away
#3 of 13 things to do in Ironbridge
The toll house was fascinating and the English Heritage volunteers near the bridge were excellent Beautiful setting and so steeped in history Well worth a visit once the restoration work is completed at the end of...
Well worth visiting on a lovely sunny day.lots of history to view and read about re the bridge,with a fascinating little museum at the toll house.Lovely little village with interesting and unusual shops and cafes/...
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Wolverhampton Art Gallery

Wolverhampton, UK 8.3 mi away
#10 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
Other rooms (and staircase) have paintings and sculpture presented sympathetically alongside ceramics, metalwork, textiles etc - but the Pop Art collection is the highlight, and has international significance.
There was also a display of modern abstract art from the likes of Bridget Riley plus an interesting permanent display of Georgian and Victorian art.

Ironbridge Gorge Museums

Ironbridge, UK 11.7 mi away
#4 of 13 things to do in Ironbridge
Worth investing in an annual pass whether you are just visiting as 3 or more places you have got your money’s worth or if you’ve love a bit more local (like me) it provides great days out without breaking the bank!
Great day out love all the history and looking at things from years ago bliss hill a must fantastic place loads to do for everyone
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Saltwells Local Nature Reserve

Dudley, UK 8.1 mi away
#5 of 22 things to do in Dudley
A gorgeous urban sanctuary, with ancient trees, endangered bluebells and bats and unique sculptures - plus a cheap and cheerful family friendly pub on the doorstep.
Beautiful woodland nature reserve in middle of very built up area & the bluebells are stunning perfect escape from everyday life dogs love it too

Bridgnorth Castle Hill Railway

Bridgnorth, UK 5.9 mi away
#1 of 22 things to do in Bridgnorth
What a fantastic FUN-Filled ride with fantastic views overlooking the River Severn and it's bridge,, and also the stunning views of the surrounding area.
Had a lovely afternoon in Bridgnorth and the cliff railway was the icing on the cake , useful too as a very steep walk to high town, the wonky castle is close to the top station as well
#1 of 10 things to do in Shifnal
Lovely day with the family and the young grandchildren loads to see and do, cafe was fantastic and lovely to see home made cakes on offer, the older man making the coffee was a real joy and so where the two lovely...
So many war planes to look at, military history which is adapted to all ages, interactive things for little ones, virtual reality and simulators for red arrows and fighter planes etc which were fantastic and very...