Located in a beautiful and historic part of the country, we are surrounded by a great selection of local attractions... see below for just a few examples!
Saxon church, Georgian stables and old walled garden, this Elizabethan manor house with rococo interiors was added by Thomas Pritchard, the builder of the famous Iron Bridge.
Severn Valley Railway
Enjoy a journey on a steam-hauled passenger train along the beautiful Severn Valley - Bridgnorth, Bewdley & Kidderminster
The Edge Adventure Activities
Segway, Junior Quad Biking trek, Mountain Boarding, Sniper shooting, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Archery, Jacobs Ladder, Zip wire and Team Building Activities.
Much Wenlock Guildhall
The Guildhall is open to the public part of the year. Various art exhibitions take place in the Court Room.
Much Wenlock Christmas Fayre
Enjoy the Brass Bands, Choirs, Street Theatre & Entertainers, Santa Claus, Donkey Rides, Children's Entertainment, Carols by Candlelight in The Square and much, much more!
Much Wenlock Museum
The visitor information centre is located in the museum, making the ideal starting point for your visit to the area.
A English Heritage property. The tranquil ruins of Wenlock Priory stand in a picturesque setting on the fringe of beautiful Much Wenlock.
Situated on a plateau above the gorge of the River Severn, this fine (National Trust) stone house has mullioned and transomed windows, a stunning interior with carved oak staircase and decorated plaster ceilings and oak panelling.
Broseley Clay Tabacco Pipe Museum
Discover this abandoned factory which was once home to one of the most prolific clay tobacco pipe makers in Britain, exporting all over the world.
The Iron Bridge & Tollhouse
Built by Abraham Darby III and now recognised as one of the great symbols of the Industrial Revolution, the remarkable Iron Bridge still dominates the small town that bears its name.
Ironbridge Gorge Museums
Whether you are interested in fine china, decorative tiles, fun interactives or exploring a recreated Victorian Town you’ll find it all in this World Heritage Site.