Stroll in historic footsteps on one of the world’s great bridges.
Here’s a photo opportunity you don’t want to miss – one of the mighty Iron Bridge. This beautiful monument stands as one of the greatest symbols of where the Industrial Revolution started.
A brand new zoo in Telford! From this summer we will be opening our doors to the public for the first time.
We want to mix our passion for educating people with an immersive experience to engage and excite people about our amazing planet and the animals that call it their home.
Don’t miss one of the Gorge’s more curious tourist attractions – an eerie brick-lined tunnel dug into the hillside.
Stand at the entrance to the tunnel and see the treacle-like bitumen oozing through gaps in the walls and welling up in small pools.
The Royal Air Force Museum Cosford is located in Shropshire and offers a fun, entertaining day out for all the entire family.
Situated next to an active airfield, this is the only place in the Midlands where you can get close to so many breathtaking aircraft for free.
Tiles everywhere! The Victorians were on a mission - to make tiles and to use them.
Jackfield was once at the very heart of British tile production. Walk amongst the very best examples in-situ at a recreated pub, tube station, church and more. See stunning friezes, epic story-telling panels and a world-class gallery dedicated to British tiles
Weston Park, built in 1671, is the Stately Home that was designed by Lady Elizabeth Wilbraham and was the former home of the Earls of Bradford.
It boasts a superb collection of paintings as well as displays of pictures, sculpture and Chinese porcelain along with fine furniture and objets d´art and is set in 1000 acres of `Capability´ Brown parkland.
Enjoy our scenic guided float tours, hire your own raft, mega stand up paddle board or canoe hire on the Severn river in Ironbridge.
10 minutes from Telford means our activities are close by for a great day out in beautiful Shropshire. Enquire for daily trip times.
Leave M6 at junction 12. Take A5 west for 1 mile to Gailey Island. Take first left on to A449. Travel 3 miles to M54 / J2. Travel west on M54 to J4. Take the second exit and follow signs to The International Centre.
Join M54 at M6 / J10A. Travel west to M54 / J4. Take the second exit and follow signs to The International Centre. The venue is situated just over 2 miles from Junction 4.
Leave M6 Toll at junction T8. This equates to M6 / J11. Go straight ahead into A460 (Wolverhampton Road) towards Wolverhampton. After 2.4 miles access M54 / J1. Take the third exit off the roundabout onto M54 direction Telford. Travel west on M54 to J4. Take the second exit and follow signs to The International Centre. The venue is situated just over 2 miles from Junction 4.
There are regular services from Birmingham New Street, Wolverhampton and Shrewsbury. The International Centre is situated just over a mile from Telford Central Station and is only two minutes drive by taxi. Alternatively, there is a regular bus service..
The International Centre is a 9 minute bus ride, Bus 4, from Telford Central railway station. And there are frequent services within the region.
The International Centre is less than an hour by road from Birmingham International airport. There are also rail connections from Birmingham International Station.