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#1 of 2 Museums in Shifnal
I love Military history and Military Aviation and this museum is absolutely Brilliant, the aircraft on display are out of this world, this visit was to see the Boulton Paul Defiant and the Gloster Gladiator and it...
A visit to the RAF Aircraft Museum is a must for history buffs where Fighter Craft from WWII to the Cold War from both sides of the war are immaculately preserved and displayed.

Blists Hill Victorian Town

Ironbridge 4.2 mi away
#1 of 6 Museums in Ironbridge
... WorksThe Blast Furnaces & Ironworks Were Integral To My Visit As well As The Steam Engines & Canal Edifaces ,The Icebreaker & tub Boats Cranes As Well As The Hay Inclined Plane ,Which Took Barges From The Rive...
... 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!
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Jackfield Tile Museum

Telford 4.8 mi away
#2 of 12 Museums in Telford
The actual museum is smallish, but the exhibits are fabulous and if you read about the history and the process, watch the short film, take your time viewing the tile work and art pottery, and tour the grounds (you...
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.

Coalport China Museum

Ironbridge 4.6 mi away
#3 of 6 Museums in Ironbridge
Our grand daughter Grace aged 6 was enchanted by this museum she loved the quiz during half term and looking at all the different designs of Handles and reading the history of local china making ans seeing all the...
An outstanding museum about the production of fine china over the past 250 years, and although there are examples of a few Posh Bits, which actually take your breath away, the museum shows how Joe Normal, your ave...

Ironbridge Gorge Museums

Ironbridge 5.4 mi away
#2 of 6 Museums in Ironbridge
Really impressed with the costings of these museums All really well organised Parking is brilliant especially as it is all day and multi site a wonderful idea Every site has at least one place to eat and drink All...
Lots of walking involved and hilly in places, but well worth it Ironbridge gorge museum is small, but film show good and the model of the gorge and bridge itself is great.
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Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron

Coalbrookdale 5.3 mi away
#1 of 3 Museums in Coalbrookdale
Excellent museum which houses the first furnaces within the valley and then charts the history of the Darbys and their enterprise within the area, including erecting the bridge.
We really enjoyed spending time in this museum learning about the history of the Coalbrookedale Ironworks and the importance of the area to industrial heritage.


Ironbridge 5.3 mi away
#4 of 6 Museums in Ironbridge
Spent 1/2 a wet day here , the adults enjoyed the activities as much as the children, lots of quirky puzzles and exhibits to try throughout the museum, plus great craft activities, with helpful friendly staff.
If you purchase the Annual Passport to gain access to all 10 Museums throughout Ironbridge you will save a lot of cash and it entitles you to unlimited visits for a year.

The Darby Houses

Coalbrookdale 5.3 mi away
#2 of 3 Museums in Coalbrookdale
The Darby Houses are a minutes walk from Engenuity, Bedlam Furnaces & the Coalport Museum (all part of the Ironbridge museums).
2 period properties restored ( and in the process of being restored) to the time of the Darby family.
#2 of 2 Museums in Shifnal
I love Carole's paintings they are so vibrant.
I visited Carol's studio on one of her open days after seeing her demonstrate at an arts festival.

Museum of the Gorge

Ironbridge 5.6 mi away
#5 of 6 Museums in Ironbridge
If you are planning to visit more than one museum I would recommend buying the passport which gives unlimited return visits to any of the museums for a year, plus one visit after the year is up to any of the museu...
The Museum of the Gorge gives a fascinating insight into the Iron Industry and is nicely located on the side of the river Severn.
#3 of 3 Museums in Coalbrookdale

Broseley Clay Pipe Museum

Telford 5.8 mi away
#10 of 12 Museums in Telford
This museum really is a moment in time and so pleased that it has been saved for all to enjoy.
The only way to see it is on a guided tour (of 15 people) which run a few times a day during the main season.

Bridgnorth Town Hall

Bridgnorth 9.2 mi away
#1 of 4 Museums in Bridgnorth
Hopeing that I have whetted the appetite for all things Shropshire I'm going to mention something modern bang up to the present day This is The Museum Of Steel Sculptures which can be found hidden away on Cherry T...
Set majestically in the centre of the High Street, the old Town Hall of Bridgnorth is impossible to miss and has to be the most photographed building in the town.
#1 of 2 Museums in Much Wenlock
If you have kids who are in any way interested in the Olympics (mine are obsessed) do the Olympic Trail the flyer can be picked up in the museum for free (though if you can make a donation) and there are both kids...
hello me again this museum isnt big but so worth going in as vert interesting and lots of history of that area of shropshire very clean and well put together