Browse these places for getting out with the kids in Shropshire.
Days out in Shropshire
Bushcraft and survival activities for children and young people aged 4+.
Paddle with your family under the historic Iron Bridge on the River Severn in one of the largest inflatable rafts in the UK.
Outback 2 Basics - family friendly bushcraft on the Shropshire/Staffordshire Boarder.
Rays Farm County Matters is a great location for kids to spend the day with the animals in this rural spot in the Shropshire countryside.
One of our gang recently enjoyed pony trekking across the hills with the Long Mountain Centre. This is beautiful countryside. Why not see it from the saddle.
Discover a lot of history in this sleepy part of Shropshire, and let your little knights run off some steam, with a visit to Acton Burnell Castle.
The Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre will help you find out more about this secret and fascinating part of the country.
Mitchell's Fold is a stone circle in Shropshire. You can park nearby and easily walkable with kids of all ages. Lots of other walks in the area too.
Dudmaston Estate in Shropshire is a great place to take the family for a walk: woods, fields, streams, stepping stones, lake, dam, and of course the Hall.
The Edge do a range of activities that you can do as a family, from Quad Biking to Mountain Boarding. We highly recommend visiting The Edge in Shropshire.
Benthall Hall in Shropshire is a 500 year old house, which is still in use today. Spend a couple of hours with the kids exploring the house and grounds.
All throughout the school holidays, Attingham Park (managed by the National Trust) in Shropshire, are feeding their deer at 2pm. Even though there is a good walk through the Deer Park at ...