Top Attractions within and nearby TelfordBlists Hill Victorian Town
sits along Legges Way, Madeley, Telfod, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. It is an open-air museum that covers around thirty-acres of open land and woodland. It is a recreated Victorian village where visitors can get to see, learn and explore the sights and life of the people who lived during the Victorian era. The site is definitely one of the best places to experience stepping back in time.Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron
honors Shropshire's illustrious industrial-mining history. It is housed on a former mine that is located within Coalbrookdale, Telford, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. Visitors can get to see the water powered blast furnace where Abraham Darby I flawlessly smelted iron with coke, wide variety of decorative ironworks and so much more.Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom
is located at Preston-on-the-Weald-Moors, Telford, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. The farm offers wide variety of animals, fun-filled rides and events. It also offers great activities for people of all ages such as animal handling, egg collecting, bottle-feeding lambs and milking. Kindly visit its website www.hoofarm.com
for more information.Jackfield Tile Museum
lies along Salthouse Road, Jackfield, Telford, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. The venue features industrial arts and items related to the history of technology in the field of creating tiles within the country. Some of the museum's famed displays are its gas lit trade floor, machinery that produces tiles and wide variety of British made tiles.Telford Shopping Centre
is home to 160 shops, restaurants, bars, cafes and even a night club. It is located off junction 5 on the M54 and is clearly signposted. There are over 4000 parking spaces within the 7 car parks which are conveniently divided into long stay and short stay. Events are also held throughout the year such as farmer's markets and a wedding fair.The Iron Bridge
can be found within Shropshire, England, United Kingdom in proximity with the road A4169. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is open for pedestrians who wish to see it and or cross the Severn Gorge. The bridge was made sometime during the year 1779 by Abraham Darby III to serve the manufacturing villages that were separated by the gorge. The bridge amazingly contains over four hundred tons of iron castings.