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Bridgnorth Cliff Railway

This remarkable funicular railway is the oldest and steepest inland electric cliff railway in the country.

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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.

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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.

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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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Every journey ends with a memory.

Severn Valley Railway

The Severn Valley Railway runs heritage steam and diesel trains along its scenic, 16-mile span through the picturesque Severn Valley, from Kidderminster to Bromsgrove, including six beautifully-restored stations and Engine House Visitor Centre.

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Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery

Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery is based in the former Victorian Music Hall and 13th Century Vaughan's Mansion. There are five main galleries (Roman, Medieval, Tudor, Stuart and The Shropshire Gallery) and a Special Exhibition Gallery to explore. These tell the story of Shrewsbury and Shropshire from pre-history to the modern day. Facilities include a cafe, Visitor Information Centre and Museum shop.

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Telford Steam Railway

Telford Steam Railway is based at ""Horsehay and Dawley"" station and goods yard in Telford, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.

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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

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