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All reviews toll house iron bridge industrial revolution well worth a visit piece of history feat of engineering steeped in history world heritage site english heritage lovely place to visit interesting shops pork pie car park couple of hours victorian village town pubs
It's been a very long time since I last saw the bridge and I can't remember the colour it was then. However, during this visit it looks like it's had a make over and it's now red, which makes it stand out and looks pretty...More
The Iron Bridge and Tollhouse is a free attraction. The tollhouse museum gives all the history on the bridge with different models and photographs. You can walk across the bridge into town where they have many cafes, restaurants, and a delightful little bookshop. The bridge...More
The faded black / charcoal grey has been replaced with ox-blood red and we loved it!
Stands-out as it did in the original colours but still fits in perfectly in this strange historic setting surrounded by industrial archaeology and a few spots for...More
It has been nearly twenty years since last visited the area and wasn’t disappointed. Lovely to be able to walk over such a piece of history and learn all about it in the toll house with a free exhibition detailing its life from origin to...More
Loved this iconic bridge sitting astride the river.
The vista both up and down the river is lovely and the town gripping the slope in the morning sun was stunning. There are some tempting and interesting shops along the river bank and plenty of places...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... 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.