Weston Pools,
Oswestry,
Shropshire.
SY10 9ER.

Tel: 01691 671812 

Local Attractions

The following is a compilation of things to see and do within the surrounding area. Further attractions can be found on the Shropshire Tourism website, we have supplied a link at the foot of the page.

Crazy Knights Childrens Fun House (1Mile)

Crazy Knights is a medieval themed soft play centre, restaurant and fully licensed bar based in Oswestry, which allows children to play under the supervision...

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Oswestry Leisure Centre

OSWESTRY LEISURE CENTRE HAS A RANGE OF FACILITIES AND OFFERS A VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES FOR ALL AGES. FROM FUN FAMILY SWIM SESSIONS AND SWIMMING LESSONS FOR CHI...

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Oswestry Town Museum

The Oswestry Museum Project has come about through the work of the Heritage Open Days committee which after holding a successful event in 2010 (followed up i...

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Weston Pools (at Weston Village)

Based in Oswestry, Shropshire. Weston pools offer excellent fishing facilities with 5 well stocked fishing lakes, the site includes a cafe with hot and cold ...

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Oswestry Town (1 Mile)

Today, Oswestry is a thriving border market town with a lively cafe culture that enjoys a growing reputation for its interesting mix of independent shops and...

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Shrewsbury (15 miles)

The Counties capital - Higgledy-piggledy streets with names you want to say out loud - Bear Steps, Wyle Cop and Grope Lane. A river that scoops up the town i...

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Wrexham (15 miles)

The main shopping streets in Wrexham are Bank Street, Henblas Street, High Street, King Street, Regent Street, Overton Arcade, Hope Street and Queen Street. ...

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Chester (24 Miles)

Its bewitching beauty and unique atmosphere make Chester one of Britain's most popular places for an unforgettable short break. The city is famous for man...

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Hawkstone Park Follies

Hawkstone Historic Park & Follies is a unique place. Created in the 18th Century by the Hill family (Sir Rowland and his son Richard), Hawkstone became one o...

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Mile End Golf Club, Oswestry

18 holes, Men’s Course Length 6194 yards, par 71, Ladies Course Length 5370 yards, par 72

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Rednal Go Karting

Go Karting, Paintball and Laser. Fun for all the family.

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Powys Castle and Garden

A medieval castle, fortress and grand country mansion.

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Whittington Castle

The existing Castle is set in about 12 acres of ground and is the remains of a Norman home.

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Chirk Castle

A 14th-century fortress of the Welsh Marches.

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Lake Vyrnwy

Nature reserve, estate and victorian reservoir.

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Welsh Mountains

Our Mountain ranges attract mountaineers, artists and Olympic sportsmen.

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Park Hall Countryside Experience

An award winning farm park with endless animal fun, action and adventure.

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Llangollen Canal

A navigable canal crossing the border between England and Wales.

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Montgomery Canal

Derelict for many years, it is now being reborn as a cruiseway through the picturesque Welsh Marches.

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