Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron (Telford) Reviews
Newest Review: ... and the whole visit is conducted inside the building. As with all of the Ironbridge attractions the entrance and the exit are positioned inside the gift shop, you actually queue here to get in alongside people that are buying the odd trinket to remember their visit. I should imagine it could get very busy at the height of the tourist season, or at weekends and bank holidays, but it was quiet on the day of our visit as the school holidays had only just started. We asked the lady what we needed to do about the use of the lift, she advised us to look around the museum first which is on the ground floor, then go over to the café area to enter t... more
Customer Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron (Telford) Reviews (1)
by - written on 09/03/11 (Very useful, 162 readings)
~~Coalbrookdale and the Museum of Iron~~ We had to cancel our main two week holiday at the last minute and so my husband decided to please me by taking me to visit our local attractions; we purchased an Ironbridge Passport ticket which allowed us entry to 10 museums around Ironbridge. The Coalbrookdale and Museum of Iron was on 2 minutes drive out of Ironbridge right behind the Aga Rayburn factory. It is quite easy to get to and has two large car parks, with disabled parking facilities as well. It is a pay and display car park, blue badge holders park for free. We had no idea what to expect when we came here as in all the 23yrs I have in this area I have never ... Read the complete review
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