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Visit Shrewsbury

Saturdays and Wednesdays £14.95 per person

Every break we organise a return coach trip to one of England's finest medieval towns for you to explore. With over 600 listed buildings, unique shops, the birthplace of Charles Darwin, a combination of great shops and beautiful architecture, there's plenty to do!

Leaves at 10.00am and returns at approximately 4.00pm

Why not visit

  • Beeston Castle – All Year Round (24 mins) - Spectacular views from the Pennines to the Welsh mountains at this medieval castle with a 4,000 year history
  • Snugburys Famous Ice Cream – All Year Round (8 mins) - 36 flavours of delicious farm-made ice cream from this delightful family company run by three sisters
  • Chester - a picturesque town on the river Dee, with Tudor-style half-timber buildings and a Roman Amphitheatre
  • Chester Cathedral - The famous cathedral in the historic city of Chester (22 miles away)
  • Nantwich - One of Cheshire’s many picturesque market towns; Nantwich has culture and history in abundance (2 miles away).
  • Anderton Boat Lift - The worlds first boat lift built in 1875 on the banks of the River Waever. It provides a 50-foot vertical link between two navigable waterways: the River Weaver and the Trent and Mersey Canal (17 miles away)
  • Jodrell Bank Science Centre & Arboretum - Learn more about the Big Bang and explore the invisible Universe using a range of hands on activities in the exhibition room or take some time to learn more about the world-famous giant Lovell Telescope