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Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Craven Arms

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TripAdvisor
  • Pleasant place with some children's activities. Lovely place to walk around and it has a cafeteria. Free to walk around the grounds and there are free doggy bags around the site.  more »
  • Have a perfect family day out. Go to Shropshire Hills, have a lovely cup of coffee and a scrumptions cake , go see the mammoth, let the kids dress up as Saxons. Watch the wide screen video of the hist...  more »
  • We visited with friends on Sunday 7th May and enjoyed a beautiful circular walk guided walk led by Keith Pybus through the Woods to see the bluebells and wonderful countryside . The centre itself is w...  more »
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  • great if it raining!!!
  • Always lots to do here at the Shropshire Hills DC. Visitor information includes walking, cycling and orienteering. There is a lovely cafe that free wi-fi, locally grown/made food, refreshments and cream teas. The exhibition featues a hairy mammoth alongside a look at the hills, history and archaeology of the Marches. Also plenty of special events on at school half term and holidays to keep the kids entertained.
  • Handy stop off open daily with ample parking and clean toilets. Cafe offers free wi-fi, food, refreshments and cream teas. Exhibition offers a looks at the hills, history and archaeology. Visitor information includes walking, cycling and orienteering.