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1.) Shropshire Gardens Galore. Visit this beautiful garden set up with plantsman’s gardens, ornamental and water-gardens, nurseries and wooded walks. These gardens include blooming gardens full of classic English spring and summer flowers and landscapes touched by Capability Brown and Gertrude Jekyll. Enjoy the beautiful smells, sights, and sounds. You’ll be saying “dating sites are the best” and won’t be able to get enough of dating and will refuse to believe Shropshire dating is hard.
2.) The Royal Airforce Museum Cosford. This one is FREE. This museum has one of the largest aviation collections in the United Kingdom. 70 historic aircraft are displayed in three wartime hangars and within the National Cold War Exhibition.
3.) Stokesay Castle. Stokesay Castle is located in peaceful South Shropshire countryside near the Welsh Border. It is one of more than a dozen English Heritage properties in the county. Stokesay Castle is the finest and best preserved 13th century fortified Manor house in England. It offers visitors a unique glimpse into a distant age when strength and elegance were combined. Set amid peaceful countryside near the Welsh border, it forms an unbelievable picture with its timber framed gatehouse and parish church.
4.) Severn Valley Railway. I LOVE the train! So this is a unique and great date for the day time. Exciting steam trains, fantastic events and plenty to explore – the Severn Valley Railway has all the ingredients for a great day out. More than 250,000 visitors each year step on board one of the SVR’s heritage steam locomotives for a journey of adventure along the stunning 16-mile line, from Kidderminster in Worcestershire to Bridgnorth in Shropshire.
5.) Ironbridge Gorge Museums. If you’re into history and so is your date, then this is the place for you. This is a World Heritage site! Whether you are interested in fine china, decorative tiles, interactive activities, or a Victorian recreated town, it’s all to be found in this stunning World Heritage Site. Step back in time at Blists Hill Victorian Town. Visit Coalport China Museum, which was once one of the country’s finest porcelain manufacturers. Marvel at the world’s first cast iron bridge and check out our most interactive attraction yet, Enginuity. Here you can pull a real locomotive and control the flow of a river to generate electricity.
6.) The Long Mynd. This is a wonderful hill. In clear weather, particularly in winter when it’s clear, you can see from Snowdonia to the Brecon Beacons and the Malverns to the Cotswolds. You can drive up it to near the top, on a single track road, but there are many different ways up. On some of them you won’t see anybody else, very remote valleys.