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All reviews beautiful building council chamber high street stained glass windows court room small tea room old building middle of the road well worth a visit wooden panelling judges chair magistrates court medieval times lovely little cafe on fridays and saturdays coffee and cake market stalls
Very interesting visit to this little town hall that stands in the market square. You can wander around the panelled rooms and sit in the Judges chair. There are old photographs and records to look at. It's free, so definitely worth popping in.
Told to go here as lots of pubs in the town centre and they was correct, also lots of cafes dotted about, called in one for a coffee and cake. We was only passing here on our way back from ironbridge, so called in for...More
I’ve walked past this historic town hall before, but hadn’t considered going in. Having the grandkids in tow and seeing the notice about play we decided to visit, and a good decision it was. It’s a building going back to medieval times, there’s excellent wooden...More
Lovely Shropshire town full interesting shops and great buildings. Make sure you visit both hìgher and lower town. Take the steep railway to lower level a unique experriance.Also the Severn valley steam railway goes from the town. Great views of river Severn from hhigh level.
The town hall in the main high street is a hidden gem. Climbing the stairs to the tea room you pass through another world of a bigone age. You will marvel at the impressive stained glass windows and wooden features. Don't walk by, pop up...More
Set majestically in the centre of the High Street, the old Town Hall of Bridgnorth is impossible to miss and has to be the most photographed building in the town.
Originally a barn in a nearby village, it was brought to the High Street and...More
Plenty of shops and eateries to visit at leisure as well as checking out the old Town Hall. On road parking is free for 40mins if you are lucky to get a space. The short stay is just a couple of hundred yards away.
Dating from 1650, the town hall is a beautiful building that complicates the traffic flow through the town, since only southbound traffic can pass it. The ground floor consists of an open area originally used as a wool market. Sadly I visited on a Thursday...More