Maps of :Shrewsbury Tourist Attractions
Map of Shrewsbury Tourist Attractions in England >
This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Shrewsbury, England. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Shrewsbury that are featured in the Walesdirectory. Please click on the 'Map Layers' list on the sidebar to find accommodation close to the attraction displayed on the map.
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Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery - Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery at Rowley's House occupies two adjoining buildings, one of which is timber-framed (originally built as a merchant The Salopian Bar - Welcome to The Salopian Bar. Located alongside the
River Severn in the heart of Shrewsbury town centre. The Salopian Bar is
a truly unique establi Theatre Severn - March 2009 saw the official opening of Shrewsbury's Theatre Severn on Frankwell Quay - a stunning riverside location and one of the main gateways into Shrewsbury River Boat Cruises - For an alternative to the traditional group function, ShrewsburyBoat offers a refreshing change with a nautical flavour. Whether you are organising a Sabrina Boat Trips - Take a boat trip on the River Severn. Relax on board Sabrina, Shrewsbury's passenger boat, as she sails round the famous and picturesque River Severn St Chad's Church Shrewsbury - Since early medieval times there has been a church in Shrewsbury dedicated to St Chad, first Bishop of Mercia in the 7th century. By the end of the 18 The Parade Shopping Centre - The Parade Shopping Centre, set in the heart of the medieval Shropshire town of Shrewsbury, provides a unique shopping experience. A stylish Grade II Shrewsbury High School - I am proud to introduce our school to you. There is real joy in leading a school as strong as ours. We deliver consistently high academic results, and Shrewsbury Railway Station - Shrewsbury Railway Station sits on the picturesque Cambrian railway line which separates into two branches, the coast and main line, at Machynlleth. Wrekin College Wellington - The School has a long tradition of providing a happy but disciplined environment in which all pupils are encouraged to realise their full potential. W Shrewsbury School - Shrewsbury has a distinguished history: founded by Royal Charter in 1552, and identified as one of the 'Great' public schools by the Clarendon Commiss Coleham Pumping Station - Shrewsbury Steam Trust was originally founded in 1992 under the 'umbrella' of The County of Salop Steam Engine Society Ltd. to restore the steam engin Shrewsbury Abbey - GOD has been worshipped in this place for over one thousand years, initially in a small Saxon church and subsequently in this great Benedictine Abbey Drummond Outdoor Kayak and Canoe Centre - Established over 25 years ago as a Kayak and Canoe School and Provider of Adventure Activities to a wide range of people from all walks of life and of Shrewsbury High School Preparatory - I wish you a warm welcome to the Shrewsbury High Prep School website and thank you for taking the time to consider us for such an important part of yo Prestfelde School Preparatory Shrewsbury - Welcome to Prestfelde - a fine preparatory school for boys and girls aged 3-13 set in 30 acres of parkland on the edge of Shrewsbury, Shropshire's cou Shrewsbury FC Football Club - Shrewsbury Town FC were formed in May 1886, indirectly following the demise of Castle Blues. The Blues were a rough team, leading to their demise afte Greenhous Meadow - Greenhous Meadow, also known as New Meadown stadium, is located on Oteley road, on the Southern outskirts of Shrewsbury, between the districts of Meol Panson Farm Riding Trail - Circular walks and bridle routes linking to public rights of way over open farmland in the village of Hanwood. A permissive footpath follows the cours Battlefield 1403 - Come and join us at Battlefield 1403. Here you can buy locally sourced produce at the farm shop, home reared meat in the butchery, taste the delights Home Farm Attingham - When visiting the farm, you will see a traditional, but fully working, Shropshire farm. Most of the buildings are around 200 years old and so the farm
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