Bridgnorth Tourist Information Guide & Business Directory
About Bridgnorth a visitor guide and directory of places to visit, attractions, shops, pubs, restaurants, hotels, bed and breakfasts and more.
All the information on this site has been collated to help visitors, tourists, holiday makers and day trippers to plan their visit, with places to go, things to do and where to eat and rest.
About The Town
Welcome to the historic market town of Bridgnorth, often mispelt Bridgenorth. It is split into Low Town, on the edge of the River Severn and High Town, which are conveniently connected by the Bridgnorth Cliff Railway. On the very peak of High Town are the remains of the Bridgnorth Castle, next to St Mary Magdalene Church, and in the centre of the High Street is the seventeenth century Bridgnorth Town Hall. Also located in the High Street is the Northgate Museum, while on branching streets visitors will find many other historic buildings such as Bishop Percy’s House.
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History Of Bridgnorth
Where To Eat, Drink & Stay
There is an abudance of good places to eat, drink and stay. Our Online Directory is regularly updated to ensure visitors can find the place they are looking for.
The one thing you will never be short of is somewhere to drink, there are many pubs and inns, with the majority of them serving real ales, a real treat for CAMRA followers.
Bridgnorth Shops, Shopping, Markets & Auctions
There are many unique and chain shops. Market Day is on a Saturday, a Cattle Market & Auction held weekly.
Many of the shops are on the High Street, but always look down the side streets as there are many more than you may first see.
Don’t forget Saturday is Market Day, held on the High Street & Smithfield Car Park adjacent to Sainsburys.
There are many places to stay when visiting including
Pubs & Inns
Drinking is never an issue with many ale houses, pubs and inns
Where To Eat
There are so many places to eat including carveries, Steak House, Traditional, Chinese and Indian
The Town Hall
Originally a barn, the Town Hall, a black and white building was erected in 1650 and stands majestically in Bridgnorth High Street.
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The Cliff Railway
The Cliff Railway or Castle Hill Railway is a funicular cliff railway linking Low Town & High Town
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Founded in 1101 by Robert de Belleme its remains now stands in the beautiful Castle Gardens
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Daniels Mill and it’s impressive waterwheel have been carefully restored to it’s former glory.
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Northgate Museum is packed full of treasures, the Museum should be the first stop for anyone wanting to discover the history of the town.
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Severn Ralley Railway
The Severn Valley Railway is a heritage railway that runs along the Severn Valley from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster.
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