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All reviews toll house iron bridge industrial revolution well worth a visit piece of history feat of engineering lovely village steeped in history world heritage site english heritage lovely place to visit pork pie interesting shops sunny day car park couple of hours town
We strolled around the sight after the bridge had been refurbed. This is still a worthwhile sightseeing site. They contractors did a marvellous job. The town is gteat for pubs , museums and souvenir shops.
Visited while it was being re-furbished which was disappointing, obviously it would have better to see when all the scaffolding was removed.
Nice setting along the river with plenty of places to eat and drink, was a nice sunny day so very good views, worth...More
The bridge itself and the tollhouse are pretty impressive given the age, the town itself is quite small with mostly coffee shops and tourist shops. Did not warrant much more than an hour for us although in better wether it looks like there are some...More
It isa pleasure to walk over the bridge , reflect in the history and enjoy great views of the gorge. The tollhouse is easily visited ina short time but has very good dsiplays and givesa good history of the bridge.
Hi, you can walk over the Iron bridge and there are 3 different walks of various lengths from there which are great to exercise the dog. Then you can take a dog into the Victorian Village free of charge. (around £18pperson... More
Hi, you can walk over the Iron bridge and there are 3 different walks of various lengths from there which are great to exercise the dog. Then you can take a dog into the Victorian Village free of charge. (around £18pperson) The only places there the dog can't go in are the cafe and the food shops. We also found lots of dog friendly pubs in the area. If you visit Ludlow the dog can go into the castle and there is a short walk around the castle grounds.