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Bridgnorth Town Hall, Bridgnorth

(4.6/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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  • this is a really old building and going inside is an eye opener with lots to read about bridgnorth. The stained glass windows are superb and the staff are very friendly and serve a lovely cuppa and ca...  more »
  • Now this might seem an unlikely place to review but for my friend and I, it was the icing on the cake! Last weekend, in spite of the inclement weather, we decided to visit the delightful and historic ...  more »
  • The town hall dominates the central street in the High Town. On Saturdays there is a market underneath. The hall is beautifully preserved upstairs, steeped in history, with a very helpful and well inf...  more »
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  • Whilst visiting the charming town of Bridgnorth I had occasion to go into the Town Hall. It is a well kept, historic and interesting building with plenty to see and read. I was a little disappointed to see the French flag on display and yet not the Union or even English flags displayed. How sad that such an historic building and Town does not shew pride in Queen or country.
  • It seems that few people are aware of the brilliant little tea room that sits upstairs in the Town Hall. If you're in town and looking for somewhere to sit and relax out of the hustle of the street, then definitely venture up there. There's lots to read too about the history of Bridgnorth and surrounding area and you have the chance to see the wonderful stained glass that's not really obvious from outside.