What To See & Where To Go Bridgnorth

Hampton Loade nr Bridgnorth is the ideal central location for places to see and go.

Where To Go In & Around Bridgnorth

There are many places to go, things to see and visit in and about Hampton Loade and Bridgnorth. Here is a small selection of some of the top tourist attractions in the area.

Severn Valley Railway

Hampton Loade Station to this heritage steam railway line is on your doorstep. Enjoy a trip back in time and relax in a beautifully restored trip in a steam train as you travel between Bridgnorth and Kidderminster.
Severn Valley Railway Website

Bridgnorth

This historic Shropshire market town is just 10 minutes drive away. Nestled on the banks of the River Severn there is lots to see and do, including Bridgnorth Castle and Gardens, the Town Hall, Lavingtons Hole, a funicular cliff railway and historic cartway. Shopping, places to eat and drink are a plenty too.
About Bridgnorth

Much Wenlock

This historic market towns claim to fame was its part in the formation of the modern day Olympic Games, the mascot of the Games in 2012 was called ‘Wenlock’ after its heritage. A mixture of Medieval, Georgian and Victorian buildings takes you back in time. Take the time to investigate the quant shops and cafes and visit the Wenlock Priory. You won’t be disappointed.
Much Wenlock Tourist Information

Dudmaston Hall

This National Trust property is still and a family home, who haved lived their for over 875 years and now open their doors to share their heritage. See the property, the families art collection and its magnificant grounds.
For those loving walks and history it’s a delight, and its children friendly too with a large play area.
Dudmaston Hall

Daniels Mill

This beautifully restored working water mill sits in a most beautiful part of the Shropshire countryside, just 15 minutes from the Unicorn. Lovely walks around the grounds reveal the ponds and old mill, then enjoy a cream tea in the tea room. As their marketing says enjoy yesterday – today.
Daniels Mill Website

Royal Airforce Museum Cosford

Situated on an active airfield this is the delight of many aviation lovers, with its museum spread over the wartime hangers. One of the top airshows is held here annually and an array of aircraft including a Spitfire and Lincoln Bomber are permantly on show. A great day out with plenty to see and do.
Royal Airforce Museum Cosford

 

Rays Farm

A great day out for families with children, it brings them close up with a real farm environment. Stags, owls, reindeer, animal feeding and a fairy tale forest are just some of the delights.
Rays Farm

Ironbridge Gorge Museums

no less than 10 ward winning museums are housed in Ironbridge within just a few miles of one another bringing to life the Industrial Revolution. Blist Hill Victorian town will take you back in time, Enginuity will introduce you to the history of power, Coalport China Museum, Jackfield Tile Museum are just a few of the museums. You will need more than one day to enjoy it all.
Ironbridge Gorge Museums

West Midlands Safari Park

Just 30 minutes drive will bring you up close to some of the most magificant animals in the world. This drive through safari will not fail to delight. White Rhino, White Lions and a baby elephant are just some of the highlights. Feeeling brave afterwards enjoy the Theme Park, or just go tame and see the animal shows.
West Midlands Safari Park