Shropshire Attractions

Things To Do and Places To See

Market Drayton

Market Drayton has been the home of gingerbread for the last 200 years.

Every Wednesday Cheshire Street, the main road through the town, is closed off to allow local stallholders to set up and sell their wares. You'll find everything from clothing and electrical goods to linens and products for pets. There is also much local, fresh produce that is ideal to liven up your dinner plate.


A unquie place to shop with a historic town where you can marvel at all those gorgeous black & white buildings.


In 1779 the worlds first cast iron bridge was built spanning the River Severn - beautifully constructed, totally innovative - today the Ironbridge stands as a permanent reminder of our industrial past.

Hawkstone - Park and Follies

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.

The Potteries

Take a visit to the home of Wedgewood.

The Canal

Cherished network of 2,000 miles of canals and rivers flows through the most beautiful countryside and vibrant cities that England and Wales have to offer. You can hire a boat or just take a relaxing stroll.

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