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About Shropshire

Map of Shropshire

A full tourist guide to the county can be found on the Virtual Shropshire website at www.virtual-shropshire.co.uk

Shropshire lies on the border of England and Wales, set on a backcloth of patchwork fields, wooded valleys, picturesque rivers and rolling hills leading into the Welsh mountains.

First time visitors are always amazed at just how much there is to see and do in the county! Key attractions include the Severn Valley Railway, the RAF Museum, at Cosford and the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site. Visit the remains of Roman Cities, Medieval Castles, Ancient Churches and much more.

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Shropshire Towns
Shrewsbury, birthplace of Charles Darwin, is the county town. Just down the road is Ludlow with its spectacular Castle and world renown annual arts festival. Our most famous town is Ironbridge, set in the beautiful Severn Valley. Don’t miss Much Wenlock where Dr. William Penny Brookes inspired the Modern Olympic Games, or medieval Bridgnorth, perched dramatically on a cliff overlooking the River Severn.

Shropshire Accommodation
From a luxury suite in an ancient castle to a cosy country cottage, Shropshire can't be beaten for holiday accommodation to suite all budgets and tastes. The Virtual Shropshire Accommodation Guide contains hundreds of hotels, bed & breakfasts, holiday cottages and camping & caravan sites.

Shropshire Events
Main annual events include the new Shrewsbury Summer Season, Shrewsbury Flower Show, Ludlow Festival, Weston Park V Music Festival, plus a whole host of county fairs, agricultural shows, music, theatre, art, historical re-enactments and festivals. See Shropshire events listing here.

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