Places to Visit and Things to Do in Shropshire
Welcome to an extraordinary destination where world-famous heritage sits alongside vibrant contemporary culture, where breathtaking landscapes meet modern commercial centres and where visitors can enjoy world-class attractions, award-winning dining and the warmest hospitality.

Telford & Shropshire has invested significantly in its visitor facilities, delivering enhanced transport links, new leisure and entertainment attractions and both refurbished and brand-new accommodation, attractions and venues. And at the heart of all of this is the brand new Convention Quarter.

With over 60 venues  and over 300 attractions, museums, galleries and outdoor experiences, Telford & Shropshire provides an unparalleled visitor experience. Add to that 100s of restaurants and food experiences, adrenalin sports and breathtaking outdoor adventures and our vibrant festival and events scene, and visitors are sure to be impressed

Recognised as a UK food capital, our region is home to some of the UK’s most loved celebrity chefs, artisan food producers, and truly exciting foodie experiences.

With festivals including national favourites like the Ludlow Food Festival, Shrewsbury Flower Show and V Festival, our region has lots of exciting options to keep you entertained.

There are some amazing sights to see, attractions to experience, and galleries to visit, we boast dozens of museums, a World Heritage Site, parks and gardens, and unique venues including Hawkstone Park Follies, Severn Valley Railway, Weston Park, and RAF Museum Cosford.  Whatever you love, you’ll find it in Telford & Shropshire.



Blists Hill Victorian Town

Ironbridge Gorge Museums

Telford Town Park

Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom

Telford Steam Railway


The Dana Prison, Jailhouse Tours

Attingham Park

Sabrina Boat Tours

Shrewsbury Abbey

Further afield

RAF Museum Cosford

British Ironworks Centre

Carding Mill Valley and the Long Mynd

Acton Scott Working Farm

Stokesay Castle

Bridgnorth Castle and Grounds

Severn Valley Railway

Pontcysyllte Aqueduct