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About Telford

Located in the ceremonial county of Shropshire, Telford is elegant with glossy skyscrapers, big shopping malls and great roadways. It is one of the fastest growing towns in United Kingdom. Take cheap flights to Telford to witness its sophisticated charm. And needless to mention, there are several quality hotels in Telford that provides you the best amenities in the world.

When touring the town, set aside an entire day for visiting Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust which comprises ten interesting museums: The Tar Tunnel, The Iron Bridge and Tollhouse, Museum of Iron, Museum of the Gorge, Jackfield Tile Museum, Enginuity, Darby Houses, Coalport China Museum, Broseley Pipeworks and Blists Hill Victorian Town, all of which mainly celebrate the Industrial Revolution and explains how it had helped the world progress. All these museums are a great place to bring kids to as they are fun as well as educational.

Nature lovers should take cheap flights to Telford to see The Wrekin, a hill rising to the height of 407m above the plains of Shropshire. It is extremely popular with walkers and hikers, offering great walkways and panoramic views of Shropshire, Straffordshire, Black County, the Beetham Tower in Manchester, Cleve Hill in Gloucestershire and Winter Hill in Lancashire.

The Ironbridge in Telford is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Located at the heart of Ironbridge Gorge, this bridge stands over the River Severn. This 100 ft high bridge was built in 1779 out of cast iron. Ironbridge is regarded as the birthplace of Industrial Revolution.

Engunity is an interactive technology and design centre. It is the Ironbrigde Gorge Museum Trust’s newest of the ten museums. It offers workshops and interactive shows for children as well for the general public during school holidays.

Take your children to the 62 hectare Telford Town Park where there are varied flora and fauna. While its flora comprises woodland, grassland, heaths, pools etc., its wildlife consists of grey squirrel, mice, shrews, voles, great chested newt, palmate newt, toad, frog, black-headed gull, herons etc.

People interested in aviation may visit the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford. As the name suggests, this museum is primarily dedicated to the Royal Air Force.

Visit Telford and enjoy each and every moment in the town along with acquiring whole lot of pleasant experiences.

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