The Best Landmark in The Wrekin

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in The Wrekin, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Nr Ironbridge, Telford, Shropshire, The Wrekin TF8 7BW

Since 1135

Abbey, Landmarks, House, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Community Programs, Estate, Private House, Heritage Site, Chapter House, Guidebook & Picnic Area

The abbot's house and infirmary were later incorporated into the building of a private house in the 17th century for the Acton Moseley family, although the remaining buildings are now in the care of English Heritage

Price: Adult £4.30, Child (5-15 years) £2.60, Concession £3.90 & Family £11.20

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One of the 4 Abbeys around The Wrekin. This is the quietest and most restful of the 4. A place to sit and relax. Plenty of parking and very friendly custodian. It is also worth taking in the Abbey Nature Trail where you will find the original abbey fish ponds can be a bit muddy & overgrown. It is a pity that English Heritage did not buy the Abbots House when it recently came up for sale as this would have added enormously to this heritage site. Taking in the other abbeys/priory makes a good.

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Limes Walk, Oakengates, Telford, The Wrekin TF2 6EP

Since 1968

Performing Arts Theatre, Landmarks, Tribute Band, Auditorium, Arts and Entertainment Venues, Comedy, Music, Drama, Children's Shows, Pantomime, Celebrity Talks, Cabaret Evenings, Community Performances, Presentations, Awards & Celebrations

Children under 2 may sit on a parent's lap free of charge - Half-price tickets are available to registered carers of Telford resident - The Family Ticket applies to a group of 4 with a minimum of 2 children

Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat & Sun Closed

The show was absolutely excellent and Russell Kane is hilarious. He interacted well with the audience and it felt like you was getting to know him as a person. The venue doors were opened early by staff, which suited us because we are early birds who like to relax before the show. Even with a full audience of 600 people the bar staff were polite, relaxed and helpful. The venue is spacious and even though full, it still did't feel claustrophobic or cramped. The facilities are tidy and modern.

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Wellington Civic and Leisure Centre, Larkin Way, Wellington, Telford, The Wrekin TF1 1LX

Library, Books, Newspaper, CD, DVD, Community History Centre, Colour Printer, Colour Photocopier, Scanner, Cafe, Virtual Tour, Events & Activities

Free Access to Computers, Internet Access & Wi-Fi - The library is run by Telford & Wrekin Council's Library Service

Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Wed & Sun Self Issue Only

A good community resource with supportive staff. The bookable computer resources are very useful if you don't have a PC or internet access.
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