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The Iron Bridge and Tollhouse

High St | Tontine Hill, Ironbridge, Ironbridge Gorge TF8 7JP, England
+44 1952 433424
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The world's first iron bridge is located in Ironbridge, the cradle of the Industrial Revolution.
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High St | Tontine Hill, Ironbridge, Ironbridge Gorge TF8 7JP, England
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+44 1952 433424
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Reviewed yesterday

Been here several times and love the history surrounding the bridge and the local area. Plenty of parking, restaurants and the usual tourist shops selling souvenirs. The Ironbridge is very impressive and the toll house gives information on days gone by. Great river walks for...More

Thank Sue H
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Isn't it amazing what wonders those Victorian engineers were capable of? Looks as imposing and grand as it must have done when first opened. Nice little shop and museum in toll house. What we thought was amazing was the photographs of the bridge when first...More

Thank CaptainBlackmore
Reviewed 5 days ago

The Ironbridge Gorge was one of the first places in the UK to receive World Heritage Site status in 1986. It was included on the World Heritage Site List because of its unique and special role in the birth of the Industrial Revolution.The Industrial Revolution...More

Thank Kim025Singapore
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice stop through on the way to North Wales. It's always friendly and the pork pie shop is good for vegetarians too. Park by the bridge in the council car park for the cheapest rates. The Iron Bridge itself is stunning!

Thank Lynette W
Reviewed 1 week ago

The first cast iron bridge ever built, its the centre of the town and its why you are here. Loads of history.

Thank Hairyworf1
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well worth visiting on a lovely sunny day.lots of history to view and read about re the bridge,with a fascinating little museum at the toll house.Lovely little village with interesting and unusual shops and cafes/pubs.2 really good bear shops for the serious bear collector!

Thank noreen1952
Reviewed 1 week ago

Great bridge to wander across, and around and under to realise how significant it was. Still elegant and graceful. The Toll House was interesting for its smallness and volume of information about the area

Thank Di1920
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Walked over the Toll Road to a tiny little museum where we were greeted by a lovely chap. The museum is free and has lots of interesting pieces and old photographs about the bridge and the prices you paid to walk the Toll Road. There...More

Thank MaisyMoo08
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is on the bridge and free to enter. Its small but packs alot of information in about the history of the bridge. There are painting, models and intersesting facts to keep everyone amused.

Thank nikkibirchall
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The bridge is a wonderful piece of Victorian building. the bridge spans the Severn Gorge and was built of iron; the first such construction and was the start of the industrial revolution. The Tollhouse was open to the public and was one of ten attractions...More

Thank Ian O
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goudster
Hi, looking to visit Ironbridge,but where to park the car? Someone mentioned Coalport, but looking at Google maps their's no obvious places to park, some help anybody please.
12 April 2017|
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Response from jrdo5959 | Reviewed this property |
After you leave the M54 follow the BROWN signs to the museums and into Ironbridge. You pass the bridge on your left, travelling down hill. There is a large car park 200 metres past the bridge on your left. You can walk back... More
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Fran J
I would like to visit with my friend who has a small well-behaved dog (will be on a lead). What attractions will and won't we be able to go into? thanks
18 July 2016|
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Response from maisymeg | Reviewed this property |
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
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