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Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery is a must see for any visitor to Shrewsbury, after a multimillion pound redevelopment of the town's Music Hall we now host one of the best Museums & Art Gallery's in the country hosting a vibrant Cafe and home to Shrewsbury Visitor Information Center they also show various different exhibitions throughout the year.
Attingham Park is a National Trust site. The elegant regency mansion is set in a great estate which includes a deer park, walled gardens and miles of beautiful parks. Highlights of the mansion include an impressive picture gallery, atmospheric dining room and boudoir.
Historic church Trail - Enjoy a self-guided trail around the town. Sights include St. Chad’s Church which is the largest round church in the UK, Shrewsbury Abbey home to TV series Brother Cadfael and beautiful St. Mary’s Church.
Wroxeter Roman City is older than Shrewsbury and was once the fourth largest Roman city in Britain. Visitors to Wroxeter can take a tour around the fascinating ruins and the museum and audio tour reveal how Wroxeter worked in its heyday.
Theatre Severn - Theatre Severn is a modern theatre with a traditional feel where audiences can enjoy performances in drama, dance, music and comedy. Home to a 650-seat main auditorium, the venue attracts the best touring productions and companies renowned at both a national and international level.
Shrewsbury has great shops, as well as the usual high street names there is an array of unique independent retailers that so many towns have lost or let go. Explore the quirky book shops, antique shops and clothes shops - there’s something for everyone.
Market Hall - Shrewsbury's award-winning market hall is home to many traders, offering fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, poultry and fish, delicatessen, books, china, antiques, contemporary crafts and interior furnishings... to name but a few! There are also fab cafes and eateries to choose from. The market hall is very unique and is a modern, quirky take on a traditional indoor market.
You won't starve in Shrewsbury; the town has so many fine eateries you won't know where to begin. From little sandwich shops, traditional pubs, and fast food restaurants to European bistros and traditional fine dining, Shrewsbury has something to suit every pallet.
Shrewsbury is also spoilt for choice when it comes to places to drink, with more than 100 pubs, wine bars, cocktail bars and clubs in the town. And for real-ale fans, you can find local beer served in many of the town’s pubs giving you a proper taste of Shropshire!