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Builwas abbey is located along the banks of the river Severn, about 2 miles west of Ironbridge.
01952 433274 Visit Website
Once the fourth largest city in Roman Britain, visitors to Wroxeter today can take a tour around the fascinating ruins, and explore the new Roman Town House, constructed as part of Channel 4’s ‘Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day’.
01743 761330 Visit Website
It’s been called ‘truly inspirational’ by HRH Prince of Wales, ‘ one of the world’s most appealing small museums’ by historian Dr John Davies and won numerous national awards, including ‘Britain’s Best Hidden Gem’. When the BBC brought Historic Royal Palaces Curator and historian, Lucy Worsley to film, she exclaimed ‘WHAT a stunning place!’ You really do need to see for yourself what all the fuss is over this exceptional attraction in the tiny border town of Presteigne. You can explore the ‘upstairs downstairs’ lives of its Victorian inhabitants, from Judge’s to their servants and felonious guests, all by the flicker of gas and oil lighting throughout and a hands-on policy that allows you to immerse yourself into their world.
Boscobel House is a beautiful but modest hunting lodge which sheltered Charles II after defeat at Worcester.
01902 850244 Visit Website
CLIMBING THE WALLS is the perfect place to feel the incredible adrenaline buzz of climbing tall walls, bouldering, action walls and training walls in a controlled, clean, indoor environment in a brand new purpose built Centre which opened in February 2017. Located opposite Tesco at Battlefields, you can choose to use the Park and Ride or arrive by car and park in one of plenty of spaces.
Climbing the Walls Ltd
The Market Place, Battlefield Road
Located in the popular village of Baschurch, North Shropshire, the New Inn is the essence of a traditional village pub that is favoured by both locals and visitors alike. Recorded as a public house as far back as 1841, the building is steeped in history yet the decor and furnishings are kept tastefully modern and understated, creating a welcoming mix of old and new.