The river folk and rowers,
swans and strollers.
Bridges from two countries and
29 acres of peaceful parkland.
Endless boutiques and quirky independents. All tucked away in 'shuts and passages' (those crooked medieval alleyways that criss-cross the town centre). When you visit Shrewsbury, shopping is definitely a must do.
Retreat to sleep in Scandi chic. Crash out in a 16th century Coaching Inn. Wake up in Prince Rupert’s bedroom. There are plenty of out-of-the-ordinary places to lay your head here.
Shrewsbury is full of finds - a blockbuster in a Tudor cinema and the world’s oldest Flower Show. River folk and walkers, theatre on the riverbank. Darwin’s school days and famed festivals, fireworks and flowers.
Bread, still warm, made with flour from a watermill a few miles away. Busy restaurants and quirky bars that won’t disappoint. Cobbled streets packed with cool cafés and one-off delis.
Shrewsbury is full of higgledy-piggledy streets with names you want to say out loud. A river that scoops up the town in a loop. A mix of the very old and the very new. The quirky and the one-off. Here’s where you will find out why you can’t copy Shrewsbury.
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