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About the county of ShropshireShropshire is a county situated in the West Midland parts of England and borders Wales. The county town of Shrewsbury, birthplace of Charles Darwin, is a stunning historic town with well over 600 listed buildings to admire and explore. Some of the local attractions include Shrewsbury Abbey, this ancient and yet magnificent Abbey is ranked second only to Canterbury as a favourite destination for pilgrims, Shrewsbury Castle, with its fascinating Regimental Museum and delightful gardens and Rowley's House Museum, which is housed within a timber-framed warehouse and has an adjoining 17th century brick mansion. Other main towns within the county are Ludlow, Oswestry and Telford all of which hold their own individual historical treasures well known to Shropshire.
See our recommended Shropshire towns and villages below, along with our listed Shropshire attractions, and Shropshire hotels and holiday cottages.
Recommended towns & villages to visit in Shropshire
Claverley is surrounded by agricultural land, a short distance from delightful Bridgenorth, a picturesque town on the banks of the River Severn...
Rising at the side of the River Clun from which the town takes its name, this charming little place offers much of interest...
This town is named for the famous bridge that spans the River Severn - the world's first Iron Bridge....
Overton lies on a bend of the River Test a short distance from Ludlow...All Shropshire towns & villagesHistoric Market TownsPicturesque VillagesHistoric CitiesAll towns in England
Recommended attractions in Shropshire
Blists Hill VICTORIAN TOWN is one of the largest Open Air Museums in Britain. A small Victorian town has been created above 30.....
The bleak, heather clad Long Mynd lies to the west Of Church Stretton. It is a long lonely stretch covering some 10 miles in.....
Picturesque Hodnet Hall stands on the bank of a small valley, it is a handsome red-brick mansion designed in the 19th-century by.....
The Stiperstones lie amongst the magnificent hill scenery of Shropshire and at 1,762 feet are the second highest range in the.....All Shropshire AttractionsCastles in ShropshireShropshire Beauty SpotsAll England Attractions
Random England fact:
The local limestone (which is still quarried today) is what gives the buildings in the Cotswolds their beautiful rich golden colour.
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