Hawkstone Historic Park and Follies

Unique place created in the 18th century, Hawkstone Park and Follies has become one of the greatest historic parklands in Europe. Intricate pathways, arches, bridges, ravines and cliffs, this historic […]

Museum of Iron

Adjacent to the original furnace that Abraham Darby used to first smelt iron ore to produce cast iron. The Museum of Iron tells the story of iron ore smelting through […]

Attingham Park

National Trust 18th century mansion set in an extensive deer park. Set in beautiful parkland between Shrewsbury and the River Severn and home to a wide range of wildlife, with […]

Tar Tunnel

Located in the village of Coalport, the Tar Tunnel was dug from the hillside in 1787 when miners struck an underground spring of thick, treacle-like natural bitumen which still oozes […]

Broseley Pipeworks

There were once three pipe manufacturers in Broseley, making it one of the largest pipe-making areas in the world but in 1957 the doors were closed on 350 years of […]

Darby Houses

Step into the lifestyle of the Darby family and wander around the former homes of this revolutionary family. Read extracts from family papers and visit the original wood-panelled study where […]

The Ironbridge & Tollhouse

The iconic iron structure has become one of the great symbols of the Industrial Revolution. The bridge, built by Abraham Darby III was the world’s first cast iron bridge and […]

Coalport China Museum

Displaying two centuries of china and home to the national collections of Caughley and Coalport porcelain which were made in the factory until 1926. The museum traces the history of […]


A relative newcomer, having opened in 2002, Enginuity is a design and technology centre that lets you and your family to become apprentice engineers. Completely interactive and hand on, there […]