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All reviews toll house iron bridge industrial revolution well worth a visit piece of history feat of engineering lovely village english heritage world heritage site steeped in history lovely place to visit pork pie sunny day car park couple of hours town pubs
We visited my husband and I Saturday morning, the bridge was under repair but still quite good to see and look at the little village. A very good gift shop full of delightful things. Lots of little cafe and coffee shops. Quite a few pubs...More
Sadly the Ironbridge is currently receiving attention, the work being completed in so I was told in November. However you can still cross it and admire the views of the River. After we crossed, we went into the tollhouse museum, which is a free attraction...More
This is the famous iron bridge and toll house which dates back to the 1700 it's the first bridge made all in iron. Tolls were charged up to 1950 The bridge was just been under covered as they have finished refurbishing it
Currently the bridge is completely covered for restoration do not travel miles as your cannot see the wonderful iron work. check english heritgae site for when open but it will be well into 2019. some people had travelled many miles to see it without checking...More
Although the bridge was under construction when we visited, we had a guide explaining the work being done and the history of the bridge. Hard to believe we were about 20 feet above the river! The Tollhouse was very interesting. Both are a 'must see'...More
Excellent presentation of the story behind the Iron Bridge. Staff also helpful and informative. Grateful to the English Hertitage person that took time to show us what he could without going onto the bridge, as the working team are nearing the end of the restoration.
After breakfast we wandered the short distance across to visit and cross this beautiful old bridge but sadly it has been in repair for a year.
The repair will however finish in about 6 weeks so I will return for a few photos then.
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.