Ironbridge Gorge Museum
The Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust is the largest independent museum in the country and aims to protect and preserve the very best of the nation’s industrial heritage. People have flocked to The Iron Bridge and Tollhouse here since 1779 to marvel at this extraordinary structure that dominates the small town that takes its name. In Autumn 2017, English Heritage embarked on their largest ever conservation project, preserving the Iron Bridge for the future. The conservation work involved repairing cast iron elements, conserving the masonry, resurfacing the deck, and cleaning the entire structure and repainting in its original red-brown colour. Includes entry to The Visitors Centre (Museum of The Gorge) and Blists Hill Victorian Town where you can chat to the townsfolk about their lives, explore their homes, workplaces and shops, buy curious products in the chemist, grocers and drapers, or enjoy a pint in the New Inn Pub.
Please note this trip is being operated with those going to Shrewsbury – ask for details.
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