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Shrewsbury is full of finds to be discovered during your visit – a blockbuster in a Tudor cinema, a sell-out Folk Festival and the world’s oldest Flower Show. By foot or by boat, the River Severn is a must, as is the café culture, the castle and the churches that dominate Shrewsbury's famous skyline. Learn more about one-off attractions, activities and things to do in Shrewsbury and Shropshire.

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St Alkmund's Church

At the heart of the historic and beautiful town of Shrewsbury, founded about the year 900, stands the church of St Alkmund which celebrated its 1100th anniversary in 2012.

West Mid Showground

The Greenhous West Mid Showground is situated in the heart of Shrewsbury, an historic market town on the banks of the River Severn.

Salop Leisure

Salop Leisure started life as Salop Caravans in 1966. For over forty years, as the company grew, our showroom and offices were at Meole Brace in Shrewsbury.

Battlefield 1403

Battlefield 1403 is more than just a farm shop, it’s one of the best butcheries in the UK, a well stocked deli counter, a shop full of speciality great tasting local goodies, an

Shrewsbury Cathedral

The Church was designed by Edward Pugin the son of Augustus Pugin and was completed in 1856.

The Quarry Park

The Quarry is Shrewsbury's beautiful, 29-acre parkland, encircled by the majestic loop of the river Severn.

St Chad's Church

St Chad's Church, Shrewsbury occupies a prominent position in the county town of Shropshire.

St Mary's Church

The spire of St Mary's is one of the tallest in England and for over 500 years it has dominated the skyline of Shrewsbury's old town.

The Dana Prison

The current prison buildings are Victorian, built in 1868 but there has been a prison on that site since 1793.

Shrewsbury Abbey

There has been a place of worship on the Shrewsbury Abbey site since Anglo-Saxon times. The Abbey was founded as a Benedictine Monastery by Roger de Montgomery in 1083.

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