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Severn Valley attractions

The Severn Valley, a picturesque region in the heart of England, beckons tourists with a diverse array of captivating attractions that cater to a wide range of interests.

At the heart of the Severn Valley’s charm lies the renowned Severn Valley Railway, a heritage steam railway that takes visitors on a nostalgic journey through time. As the locomotive winds its way along the banks of the meandering River Severn, passengers are treated to stunning vistas of the surrounding countryside, passing by quaint stations and bridges that evoke the elegance of a bygone era. 

The Green Flag award winning Severn Valley Country Park is the perfect day out for all the family. Set in the peaceful, scenic valley of the River Severn, the park provides 126 acres of beautiful countryside and wonderful views which span both sides of the longest river in the country. Visitors can explore way-marked walking routes and see rare wildlife that has been lost from the wider countryside.

The West Midland Safari Park is a top UK tourist destination, welcoming 750,000 visitors a year. The park, with its 4-mile safari drive-through, is home to over 165 species of exotic animals and a theme park with rides. If you are looking for a longer stay, book one of the award-winning luxurious Safari Lodges, for an up-close and personal safari experience.

One of the most iconic sights in the Severn Valley is the Iron Bridge, a symbol of the region’s industrial heritage and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This impressive structure spans the River Severn, offering a glimpse into the technological innovations that shaped the modern world. Nearby, the Ironbridge Gorge Museums provide a deeper understanding of the Industrial Revolution and its impact on society.

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