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Giveaway - Win a Family Annual Pass to Ironbridge Gorge Museums




I am so lucky living in Shropshire, I have the wonderful Ironbridge Gorge Museums on my doorstop. Which leads me nicely to some exciting news - Ironbridge Gorge Museums have kindly offered one of my blog readers an Annual Family Passport TicketWhat a great prize, this will certainly help to keep both parents and children occupied during the Summer holidays. Whether you are interested in fine china, decorative tiles, fun interactives or exploring a recreated Victorian Town you’ll find it all in this World Heritage Site.

The annual family passport ticket allows unlimited daytime admission to all 10 Ironbridge Gorge Museums, during normal opening hours, so you can return as often as you like for one year.  If after 12 months you have still not visited particular sites, you can return at any time in the future to make one free visit to the sites that you've missed. 

The Ironbridge Gorge Museums consist of 10 amazing museums. 

  • Blists Hill Victorian Town
  • Enginuity
  • Coalport China Museum
  • Jackfield Tile Museum
  • Coalbroakdale Museum of Iron
  • Museum of the Gorge
  • Darby Houses
  • Tar Tunnel
  • The Ironbridge and Toll House
  • Broseley Pipeworks
I have visited all of the museums over the years except the Pipeworks. Although I have yet to visit the new street and chips shop at Blists Hill - I must do that very soon as I hear the chips are amazing. You can see just how creative my niece and I were when we visited the Tile Museum.



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26 comments:

  1. Coalport China Museum, coming from staffordshire i already have a love of local potterychina so this would be fab to visit

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  2. I'd like to see Blists Hill Victorian Town as my daughter is studying the Vicorians at school.

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  3. The Coalport china museum,I love china :)

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  4. I loved Blists Hill as a child though I've visited very few of the other museums, would be nice to take my kiddies during the summer holidays.

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  5. Would love to visit Blists Hill

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  6. I'd love to see the Victorian town

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  7. Blists Hill is an excellent museum, definitely worth a visit!

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  8. michelle holmes27 June 2013 at 21:48

    enginuity is brilliant!! iv visited blists hill once for fireworks night but would love to go again with the children

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  9. Went many years ago and loved Blists Hill

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  10. I love blitz hill, its so amazing, the fish and chips are the best

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  11. i think the gorge museum but interested in all

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  12. blists hill. reminds me of school trips there when i was young

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  13. I'd love to go to Blists Hill. My kids did a school trip there and it sounds lovely.

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  14. I would love to visit the Coalport china museum.

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  15. I would love to visit the Museum of the Gorge

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  16. Jo Pilkington. I would love to visit blists hill.

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  17. I'd love to take my kids to Blist Hill - I've been and I can't wait for the pub to open!

    BNM

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  18. I love ironbridge mostly for the lovely view of the river. deb

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  19. I'd like to see the Victorian town! ~

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  20. Id like to Visit the Victorian town. its great family family entertainment - from 8 to 80 ! Linda F

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  21. The Jackfield Tile Museum sounds like it could be really interesting x

    @caro_mad

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  22. i went as a child and have never forgotten the novelty of changing cash into olde money x

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  23. I wnt when I was tiny and I remember the bridge and the Toll house.

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  24. Great place to spend the day!

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  25. I have been going sincw i was little it has magical memories for me!
    xxgeexx2312@gmail.com

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