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#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Stanton Upon Hine Heath
This is ruins but has a complete side south facing full of all its architecture pillars scrolls etc plenty of information boards to explain the history of it all.
Well looked after location and the church next door is worth a visit with the tombs of the Corbett family throught the graveyard.

Hawkstone Park Follies

Shrewsbury 2.9 mi away
#2 of 41 Sights & Landmarks 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...
Climbing to the top of the monument for a fantastic view and a refreshing breeze on a warm day, making my way with a torch through the caves, crossing bridges and climbing stairs.


Shrewsbury 2.5 mi away
#34 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
It is very niceky set at the top of a hill with lovely views.The house is lovely inside and the history is interesting.

Clivewood Alpacas

Shrewsbury 3.6 mi away
#23 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury Prison

Shrewsbury 8.3 mi away
#1 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
Our Tour guide was informative and entertaining, well worth taking this guided tour, it’s interesting and educational, easy to find from the train station, suitable for all ages, All staff very friendly and helpful.
We visited here last week, had a very interesting visit, Great Place to visit!.. Staff were very helpful , lovely people, very informative, and helped our daughter who was feeling a little nervous at first... they...
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Weston-under-Redcastle 3.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Weston-under-Redcastle

Haughmond Abbey Ruins

Shrewsbury 6.5 mi away
#8 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
Great sunny walk in the Shropshire countryside, free parking and entrance a short car ride from the town and local shops
It is free to enter, with excellent information boards provided by English Heritage, which really brought the place to life.

Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom

Telford 8.7 mi away
#1 of 16 Sights & Landmarks in Telford
Fantastic day at hoo farm, the meerkat experience is just superb, fantastic staff, a chance to feed the meerkats, they were so happy jumping all over us and then we had the chance to hold one!
... and finally got round to doing it.. was quite fun.. Tori was a lovely person with a great knowledge of meerkats which was refreshing to see! Was a lovely experience and only downfall was letting them go lol.

St Mary's Church

Shrewsbury 8.5 mi away
#4 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
Wonderful stained glass windows, and amazing floors as well, the church is steeped in history, it is well worth putting St. Mary's on your itinerary when visiting our wonderful town.
The church is now redundant but it is well worth seeing the windows including the 14th century 'Jesse' window, the arches within & one of the tallest spires in England.

St.Chads Church

Shrewsbury 8.8 mi away
#3 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
Unlike the pointy spires of the other churches, St Chads has a tall tower capped by a domed roof underneath pairs of Doric pillars which give it a striking appearance and provides a superb backdrop to the Quarry g...
It's well worth a visit - particularly the small Military chapel with lots of information and artefacts from WW1. Church guides are on hand to assist and there is a quaint Ebeneezer Scrooge gravestone in the Cemet...

Attingham Park

Shrewsbury 8.8 mi away
#5 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
The walks are easy to follow, loved the deer park walk and you can get very close to the deer, beautiful walk along the river with fantastic views back to the mansion and an impressive walled garden.
We started off with a superb guided tour from the delightful Heather who told us the history of the house, Home and family the design of the estate by Humphrey Repton and house by John Nash.

S. Michael and All Angels

High Ercall 4.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in High Ercall

Shrewsbury Abbey

Shrewsbury 8.4 mi away
#6 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
From Anglo Saxon, to Norman to Reformation to Church today it is a stunning example of architecture, history, art, ancient tombs highly decorated.
Fantastic visit, very friendly guides, lovely to walk around in peace well worth a visit picturesque
#7 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
The ground floor has the towns Tourist Information Centre where tickets for the museum & art gallery can be purchased, they also provide a wealth of knowledge on the town, the local area & places to visit etc.
It moves you around the history of Shrewsbury seamlessly through the various eras of change to the town with great exhibits and information points.


Wellington 9.6 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Wellington
... carpark and walked down the magnificent driveway .An avenue of 100 year old Redwoods line the drive to the house .Huge , stately trees , amazing specimens , we could quite easily have been walking in California.
Sunnycroft villa holds a treasure trove of secrets with wonderful stories of the inhabitants .I particularly like the way National trust explain the history with clothes hanging in the wardrobe,.medicinal

Fordhall Organic Farm

Market Drayton 7.4 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Market Drayton
We had the most wonderful weekend break at the Yurt for our first glamping experience- everything had been so well thought of and it was lovely to spend time together as a family, playing board games and drinking...
Following the trail was easy and as well as bagging lots of caches there was plenty more to see and do for an active 8 year old, his mum and granny.

Wroxeter Roman City

Wroxeter 9.5 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Wroxeter
A superb site, well excavated and preserved by English Heritage, a fantastic ,monument to the Romano-British people who built this glorious town right next to Watling Street, and the later preservationists who con...
Driving down to Shrewsbury we literally stumbled upon this amazing English heritage Roman bath, staffs were really friendly, great souvenir in the shop but of course the hidden gem was the Roman bath ruins.