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Selly Manor and Minworth Greaves

Selly Manor Museum

Thirteenth-century cruck house and 14th to 16thC half-timbered house with period furniture and fittings and authentic Tudor garden.

Every journey ends with a memory.

Severn Valley Railway

The Severn Valley Railway operates mainly steam-hauled passenger trains along the beautiful Severn Valley between Kidderminster, Bewdley & Bridgnorth, a journey of about 16 miles. There is no better way to see the beauty of the River Severn than from one of these ‘standard gauge’, full size, steam-hauled trains.

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Shrewsbury Abbey

When people think of Shrewsbury Abbey, they think of Brother Cadfael. The Chronicles of Brother Cadfael, written by Ellis Peters are inspired by medieval Shrewsbury.

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Shrewsbury Castle & Shropshire Regimental Museum

The original Shrewsbury Castle was built in timber by the Norman Roger de Montgomery, in about 1070.

The South Border

Spetchley Park Gardens

Spetchley is a rare gem, an undiscovered garden that takes you back in time. A place to relax, unwind and let your imagination run wild, just 2 miles outside of Worcester!

St Bartholomew's Church

St Bartholomew's Church

Dedicated in 1773 St Bartholomew's is the parish church of Binley.

St Cassian's Church

Largely of Norman foundation, dating from 12thC, the church contains great historical interest.

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St Chad's Church, Shrewsbury

St. Chad's is a beautiful church dating from the late 18th century. Of particular note is its rounded shape, superb sanctuary window, the nave interior and gallery, the pulpit and font.

St John The Baptist Church

St John The Baptist Church

14th Century church located within the city centre.

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St Laurence's Church

A 13th-15thC large parish church (member of the Greater Churches Group) with Medieval misericords, carvings and stained glass. Tower open to the public with fine views.