Shropshire & Ironbridge Gorge Motorhome Holiday
Shropshire is a county in the West Midlands where you will find lots to keep you occupied. If you want the great outdoors or to indulge in its rich history.
One of the most well known places in Shropshire is Ironbridge Gorge. Ironbridge is a village on the River Severn steeped in history with several museums to enjoy. As well as the famous bridge, hence the name, Ironbridge. You can also enjoy a stroll around the village or along the river.
Another place worth a visit whilst you are in Shropshire is the Royal Air force Museum, Cosford. Each aircraft in the collection at Cosford is special in its own way. And there are over 70 on display. Alongside the aircraft are related displays, tokens, medals and touch screen kiosks.
Take time to visit Ludlow Castle. Dating from 1086, and privately owned since 1811. Here you can enjoy a castle tour.
If you enjoy being outside and enjoying the fresh air you will not be disappointed with Shropshire. Visit the Shropshire hills for rolling farmland, woods and river valleys.You will find walking for all levels. Also the Ponteysyllte Aqueduct, a navigable aqueduct that carries the LLangollen canal across the River Dee.
Also visit Church Stretton and walk the Long Mynde. Which is part of the Shropshire hills and enjoy a visit to Severn Valley Country Park. Also, an oasis of calm and beauty on the banks of the River Severn. This award-winning 51-hectare country park is for the quiet enjoyment of the countryside. And it offers something all year round for the family!
What’s included in your motorhome holiday around Shropshire?
- Shropshire Hills
- Ludlow Castle
- Blists Hill Victorian Town
- Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron
- Royal Air force Museum, Cosford
- Titterstone Clee Hill, Brown Clee Hill, (walking)
- Offa’s Dyke, (walking)
- Coalport China Museum
- Wenlock Priory
- Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
- Church Stretton, Carding Mill Valley & the Long Mynde, (walking & cycling)
- Severn Valley Country Park, (walking & cycling)
- Church Stretton
- Much Wenlock