Shropshire has a wealth of attractions and heritage to discover
Steam Railway

Places to visit

The River Severn and Severn Valley Railway are located in Highley, approximately 4 miles away, and the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge is approximately 20 miles away, offering endless days out to their 10 amazing museums.

The nearby town of Bridgnorth is the nearest main town and well worth a visit for the weekend markets and regular attractions and events. The popular Georgian town of Bewdley is approximately 9 miles away where visitors can enjoy river walks, museum, churches and over 20 pubs takeaways and restaurants. Annual events throughout the year include fairs, regattas, festivals and bi monthly market days. 1.5 miles outside of Bewdley is the West Midlands Safari Park.

The surrounding area offers keen anglers the opportunity to pass the time away by the many streams, rivers and canals. Golfing is another popular pastime in the area, as is cycling.

There is plenty of woodland and countryside walks for nature lovers, or enthusiastic gardeners can take advantage of the allotments we have at the park.

A bit about Bridgnorth

Bridgnorth is made up of the High Town and the Low Town... and is connected by the steepest inland funicular railway in Britain.

The Low Town was once a thriving port along the banks of the River Severn, while the High Town held the castle, the churches, and many fine 16th and 17th century mansions.

Amble up one of the seven sets of steps, or the steep old Cartway, and visit the market and other speciality shops.

Nearby an iron footbridge takes you to the Severn Valley Railway Station. If you want to explore the beautiful Severn Gorge to the south, you should definitely let the steam train take the strain. 

Bridgnorth 2

Riverside location in Bridgnorth