Condover Hall is situated nearby to many local attractions. Why not break up your journey or stay by visiting one of the following places?
Although we cannot arrange these trips for you we can recommend coach companies and our friendly advisors will be happy to advise you with any information you may need.
Alton Towers offer one free ticket with every five paying Primary School Students and one free teacher with every ten paying Secondary School Students.
This design and technology centre at Iron Bridge offers tremendous opportunities to become inspired. The museum is split into four sections that use hands on exhibits to help demonstrate the design process.
Visit the home of the modern Olympics. The town provides an insightful opportunity to follow the Olympic trail and see where it all began.
This museum runs workshops related to WWII including evacuee life and interviewing veterans as well as on the science of forces and motion.
Join in many of the varied hands-on workshops and activities which enhance the National Curriculum for history, the arts, science, technology, geography, literacy and maths. There are ten museums to explore, four of which have prestigious Sandford Awards.
What better way to bring the Victorians to life than to visit the town of Blists Hill. The living museum contains recreations of shops and houses from the Victorian era. Various workshops are available covering History, Art and Geography.
If you are studying the Romans, Wroxeter is an ideal starting point as it is the impressive remains of the 2nd Century baths and a once thriving Roman city of 5,000 citizens.