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Upper Norton

Shropshire, England
Upper Norton Things To Do

The Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre marks the starting point for a range way-marked walks varying from two-eight miles in length.

It also has a Visitor Information Centre, library, shop with maps, books and gifts, a café, an exhibition about the landscape of The Shropshire Hills through the ages - and a unique balloon ride film enabling you to experience an airborne journey through the Shropshire Hills and over Ludlow without leaving terra firma.
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The Land of Lost Content

The Land of Lost Content

This award winning nostalgia museum features a superb collection of memorabilia from the 1900s onwards and is open daily from 1st February - 30th November (except Wednesdays). Just a couple of miles away from Upper Norton, The Land of Lost Content relives all that Britain has produced over the last 100 years, in an assortment of fascinating pieces. There is a café here too which offers lunches, snacks and hot drinks, so it's easy to wile away the afternoon.
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What about for kids?

What about for kids?

Mickey Miller's Play Barn is a firm favourite with children. It hosts a huge range of play equipment to keep little ones active and occupied and there's a soft area for under 5s too.

Hoo Farm, under an hour's drive away in Telford is another great family fun day. With 125 different breeds of animal from meerkats to Water buffalo, tortoises to ostriches, there's lots to see do. Children have the opportunity to meet some of the fluffy residents, and get involved in the daily programme of events.

Or get the family out and about at Hawkstone Park Follies. Here you can spend the day exploring historic woodland, rocky cliffs, crags, caves and towers built hundreds of years ago. Wind your way through 100 acres of landscaped caves and tunnels and edge your way round high rocky pathways to enjoy the spectacular scenery. It is little wonder this beautiful place has been used as a filming location for a number of t.v and film sets!
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The Acton Scott Heritage Working Farm Museum

The Acton Scott Heritage Working Farm Museum

Open from April-November, and situated approximately five miles from Craven Arms (three miles south of Church Stretton). The museum provides an insight into Victorian farming techniques and traditional rural life. It was the location for the filming of the popular TV series 'Victorian Farm'.
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Ludlow

Ludlow

Ludlow's famous Castle dates back to 1086 and is one of the most spectacular ruins in the country. As such a large part of Shropshire's cultural heritage, the castle is host to a number of events and festivals throughout the year.

Ludlow is highly recommended as a place to visit with superb medieval and Georgian architecture and lots of fine foodie shops and restaurants. The town is considered the 'gastronomic capital' of Shropshire, it is dedicated to fresh, local produce and provides a range of great places to eat. Located on the A49 just North of Ludlow is the Ludlow Food Centre; here you can see the food being made through the windows of the production kitchens. Nice cafe too.
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Stokesay Court

Stokesay Court

A Victorian country house which was used as the setting for the film 'Atonement'. You can book a tour at reception at Upper Norton during the season.

And if you're in the area, why not pay a visit to near-by Stokesay Castle? It is just a few minutes drive away and considered by the English Heritage as the 'finest and best preserved fortified medieval manor house in England'. It features a fantastic 13th century Great Hall, original medieval tiled floor, and some rather interesting wooden carvings to look out for! There's also a lovely moat walk to stroll around afterwards.
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