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The Long Mynd

Church Stretton 2.9 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Church Stretton
Distance-6 Miles, Time- 11.15am-2pm Terrain-Moderate, suitable for all family Start and End- Carding mill valley car park, Church Stretton Circular walk along Long Mynd to the top Well marked route One of the best...
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...
#1 of 1 things to do in Acton Scott
We had a really good day out all the staff were friendly and very informative...gave us a real insight into farming in the Victorian times...lots of lovely farm animals and things to do for kids.
Had a lovely day here with my great niece, loved the lambs, and piglets especially enjoyed looking for fairy doors, commented that she hadn't seen any though!!

Market Hall Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury 14.4 mi away
#6 of 66 things to do in Shrewsbury
But the one we decided to try( and we have been back a lot since!) is birds nest - it's so very good - fantastically fresh food , brilliant staff ( so friendly) and wonderful cakes - it is definitely the go to pla...
Full of all sorts of stalls, including fair trade products, fruit and veg, books, crafts of all kinds, artisan bread and so many interesting little cafes offering food from all round the world.

Land of Lost Content Museum

Craven Arms 4.4 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Craven Arms
An absolute treasure trove of everyday "stuff" from different aspects of everyday life awaited us, spread over multiple floors, genres and decades which will trigger memories for everybody, whatever age.
Some of the items there must be very collectable and worth a fortune, it takes some kind of dedication to accumulate such a wide range of memorabilia and of course a huge house.

The Bog Visitor Centre

Shrewsbury 8.0 mi away
#10 of 66 things to do in Shrewsbury
Always welcoming and full of history as well as books and gifts, which are a side show to the fabulous tea, coffee and home made cakes as well as other goodies on offer.
... crayons and pictures to colour in,kept the children busy,the staff were lovely,very friendly,we all had a drink and some of the delicious home made cake,I know it's on my door step but it's well worth a visit.

Stokesay Castle

Ludlow 4.5 mi away
#3 of 19 things to do in Ludlow
... said, beautifully preserved and maintained, very knowledgeable staff Emma for one an excellent audio guide made the tour easy to understand the history beautiful views from the tower a real piece of English He...
The Castle or Manor House is very well preserved for its age and the site is immaculately kept all credit to English Heritage.The views from the tower is well worth the climb and the Moat Walk is a must..

Ludlow Brewing Company

Ludlow 9.6 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.
Excellent guided tour by Andrew of a very small brewery but with an extensive range of quality ales.

Much Wenlock Priory

Much Wenlock 12.3 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Much Wenlock
Some great photo opportunities - some very interesting history via the audio guide that is presented in a lively and articulate way - and an easy way of passing an hour or so in a fascinating environment.
Lovely place and the lavender beds smell divine, so peaceful and the places to sit were just at the right points of interest to soak up the information, well done English Heritage.

Carding Mill Valley

Church Stretton 3.4 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!!
A wonderful place to visit, breathtaking scenery & lovely walks, kids loved playing in the stream, highly recommend for a lovely day.

Shrewsbury Canoe Hire

Shrewsbury 14.5 mi away
#66 of 66 things to do in Shrewsbury
Had a lovely hour canoeing the river severn, we just turned up on the day, and after a safety briefing were on our way, so peaceful was lovely viewing Shrewsbury from the river, lots of birds nesting and playing o...
It’s great fun very peaceful and well organised, your given a safety instruction and helpful tips to help you navigate your way down stream.

Wroxeter Roman City

Wroxeter 13.7 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do 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.

The Quarry

Shrewsbury 14.3 mi away
#3 of 66 things to do in Shrewsbury
The quarry is such a beautiful place, with lovely walks along the riverbank and the most tranquil garden designed by Percy Thrower, wonderfully manicured with an array of colourful flowers’ The hosts events throug...
... Dingle garden, but the beautiful rows of Lime trees that form a central avenue between the Hercules statue and Percy Throwers house, the Quarry lodge, with the excellent St Chads Church as a back drop, and als...

La Jewellery

Ludlow 9.8 mi away
#19 of 19 things to do in Ludlow
So we sought out the mouse and, my oh my, what an amazing little shop !x! From jewellery created using recycled materials, organic candles & oils in re-purposed vessels, through to beautiful artwork produced by Li...
Lisa Ann is very talented and I was literally spoilt for choice.
#4 of 8 things to do in Craven Arms
Some parts, such as Carding Mill Valley, can get very busy at school and Bank Holiday times.
Well worth a visit!

Acton Burnell Castle

Acton Burnell 9.1 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Acton Burnell
Such an amazing place immaculately kept fortified house once the English chancellor lived here and visited by the king Edward 1st House of commons assembly or first parliament of England also passed a law whilst s...
Managed by English Heritage and tucked away (signposted from A49) this is worth a visit - site of an early parliament sitting entry is free and there are information boards.

Shrewsbury Prison

Shrewsbury 14.8 mi away
#5 of 66 things to do in Shrewsbury
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...
He brought the place to life and included a few gruesome stories too!! Fascinating piece of history and well worth a visit, very glad we opted for the guided tour.
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Mortimer Forest

Ludlow 9.7 mi away
#7 of 19 things to do in Ludlow
Fantastic place to walk with the dog , choices of walks for all abilities from flat to moderate climbs , lengths from 2 miles to 14 and all we’ll signposted.
The walks are well signposted and offer various degrees of difficulty, there are also many mountain bike tracks, so walkers be careful.

Castle Lodge

Ludlow 9.9 mi away
#8 of 19 things to do in Ludlow
A privately owned Grade II listed medieval town house standing in the shadow of Ludlow Castle; once a home for Lady Jane Grey and Catherine of Aragon and so is steeped in history.
Castle Lodge is a medieval Tudor and Elizabethan period house in Ludlow, a short walk from the Castle.

The Three Tuns Brewery (NOT PUB)

Bishops Castle 8.1 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Bishops Castle
Steve really knows his stuff and he had us all amazed at his flair for brewing ( and how he came to be doing this old age craft) Thankyou so much for your time Steve, it made our trip to Bishops Castle complete.
I was in Bishops Castle for a Weekend with friends and we were shown round by Steve the head brewer who was very helpful and knowledgeable about his craft.

Little Stretton Church

Church Stretton 1.6 mi away
#5 of 19 things to do in Church Stretton
Once you have your picture it may be worth a beer in the Green Dragon or the Ragleth Inn if you are in need of sustenance or hydration... Highly recommended Enjoy :-)
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