Subscribe to Sue

Ratings Made Easy

Ratings Guide Made Easy

Ironbridge & Shropshire Attractions 1 pages of 1

Attingham Park This image is copyrighted

Attingham Park

For a meagre sum you may have the house and grounds to enjoy for a whole day. You'll see a late 18th Century house commanding views over 500 acres of wonderful parkland.

Carding Mill Valley This image is copyrighted

Carding Mill Valley

The area includes part of the great ridge, the Long Mynd, with stunning views across the Shropshire and Cheshire plains and Black Mountains.

Fordhall Organic Farm's sustainable building Oliver Allan at Fordhall Farm

Fordhall Community Land Initiative

Fordhall Organic Farm, in Market Drayton, north Shropshire is England’s first community owned farm and has been organic for over 65 years – we offer a warm welcome to all.

Hawkstone Historic Park and Follies This image is copyrighted

Hawkstone Historic Park and Follies

Hawkstone Historic Park & Follies is a unique place. Created in the 18th Century by the Hill family (Sir Rowland and his son Richard), Hawkstone became one of the greatest historic parklands in Europe.

Llanymynech Rock, Nr. Oswestry This image is copyrighted

Llanymynech Rock, Nr. Oswestry

The cliff face at Llanymynech marks the beginning of a limestone outcrop.

Ludlow Food Centre & Conservatory Barn Cafe This image is copyrighted

Ludlow Food Centre & The Conservatory Barn Cafe

A farm shop like no other, the Ludlow Food Centre is situated on the fringes of the Earl of Plymouth Estate (located on the A49, two miles north of Ludlow).

Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre This image is copyrighted

Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre

Visit Shropshire's only grass-roofed public building and discover how to read the clues to the mysteries of our landscape. Plus activities, walks and trails.

The Stiperstones This image is copyrighted

The Stiperstones

The quartzite tors rising from the top of the Stiperstones ridge lie within the shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and are visible for miles around.

logo

Wye Valley River Festival

From its spectacular launch in Hereford on April 29 to the fantastic finale at Chepstow on May 15, The Wye Valley River Festival promises an artistic outpouring of song, story and spectacle celebrating the River Wye and its connections to rivers and people around the world.

Annual UnChained Pass

Black Country Living Museum

Tudor World

Heart of England Map view

West Midlands map

Looking for inspiration? use the Heart of England map to search for ideas

Tourist Information

Tourism Information

Destination Brochures

Tourism Information