Shrewsbury originally known as Pengwern serves as the county town of the ceremonial county of Shropshire within the region of West Midlands, England, United Kingdom. It sits along the banks of Severn River and experiences a moderate climate. Its history dates back the Celtic and Anglo-Saxon times. The town is well known for its cultural heritage, festivals and abundant economy. Shrewsbury has over 660 historical buildings, an unchanged medieval street plan, the Shrewsbury Castle and so much more.
Visitors with private vehicles can reach the town via the trunk roads A5 and A49. The nearest places from Shrewsbury are Birmingham
, Stafford, Stoke-on-Trent, Telford
Attractions within ShrewsburyAttingham Park
is a marvelous estate that sits within Shrewsbury of Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. The country house and its vast parkland were built for Noel Hill, First Baron of Berwick sometime in 1785. The estate became the seat of the Barons of Berwick until 1953 after the extinction of the said title. The property today is under the ownership and management of the National Trust. It also serves as the office of the Natural England and the National Trust's regional headquarters. It is however, open for visitors. Amongst is beautiful features aside from its Grade I listed mansion are its deer park, gardens, orchard and woodlands. Coleham Pumping Station
can be found in Longden Coleham, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. It is a 19th century industrial heritage. Coleham Pumping Station is housed in a Victorian Chapel like building and served the people of Shrewsbury as a part of its sewerage system until 1970. Its machinery is still present on the building today. Visiting the former Pumping Station offers fine opportunity to learn about the history of the industry and the area at the same time. Hawkstone Park
is located at Weston-under-Redcastle, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. It is a marvelous site with features including hidden grottos; valleys, secret tunnels and grotto hill where visitors can get to see picturesque view of Shropshire. The venue is highly recommended for people of all ages. The Dingle
lies within Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. The celebrated Percy Thrower personally made the garden wonderfully. The site used to be a farm during the World War II. It was only transformed into a wonderful and relaxing site that it is now sometime in 1946. The Dingle is very much colorful during summer days. The Mount
is located at Frankwell, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. The estate is famous for being the birthplace of the famous Charles Darwin. The property dates back the 18th century. Its features include a greenhouse, the original house built for Robert Darwin, the kitchen garden and orchard. The house is currently not accessible. However its grounds are open to public during working hours and visitors will get to take a peak on how life works way back the olden times. Wroxeter Roman City
or' Viroconium' was the fourth largest city in Roman Britain. Excavation began in 1859 and Wroxeter became one of the first archaeological visitor attractions in Britain. A Channel 4 television programme 'Rome Wasn't Built in a Day' followed the building of a Roman house which is now open to the public. There are regular tours as well as a shop and education centre. This English Heritage site is located 5 miles East of Shrewsbury on the B4380.