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Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom

Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom is a real children's paradise where between March and December there is always something happening.

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Hopton Court

Hopton Court dates from 1776 with a Grade II Victorian cast iron and glass Conservatory.

House On Crutches Museum

A half-timbered 15thC house overhanging 'The cobbles' at the top of High Street. A changing range of exhibitions covering the history of Bishop's Castle

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Ironbridge Gorge Museums

A fun family day out is ensured at the ten Ironbridge Gorge Museums. Meet the Victorians at Blists Hill Victorian Town and visit their shops, homes and workplaces, enjoy traditional Fish and Chips and a ride on the Fairground. Join in hands-on activities at many of the museums.

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Ironbridge Power Station

Energy education centre showing principles of electricity generation. Operating power station (industrial site)

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Jackfield Tile Museum

At the Jackfield Tile Museum there are tiles everywhere! The Victorians were on a mission to not only make them, but also to use them.

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Jessamine Cottage Gardens

Lee and Pamela Wheeler returned from New Zealand in 1999 with the specific intention of creating a garden. Nestiling in the south shropshire hills, this garden has been described as a slice of heaven.

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Kyre Equestrian Centre

Tom and Anne Durston-Smith welcome you to Kyre Equestrian Centre and B&B located at Lower House Farm, a magnificent historic farmhouse set among 220 acres of farmland in the beautiful Herefordshire/ Worcestershire/ Shropshire borders. The traditional 17th century Worcestershire farmhouse is located in one of the most picturesque parts of England with immediate access to a variety of scenic public footpaths and bridleways, making it ideal for walkers, cyclists and horse riders. Kyre Equestrian Centre and B&B can accommodate both horse and rider and offers real hospitality, country comfort and the option of home cooking as well as cosy accommodation. Anne and Tom extend a special welcome to all their guests, local and from further afield.

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'Land of Lost Content' National Museum of British Popular Culture

Stella Mitchell's amazing 'Land of Lost Content' Museum celebrates its 21st anniversary in 2012 - log on to www.lolc.org.uk and follow the 'About Us'/'Videos' links to see the development of the collection and museum on You Tube. 01588 676176