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
Excellent fishing facilities set in 20 acres of idyllic surroundings at Weston Village with 5 well stocked fishing lakes all built and designed by owner Michael Philbin.
Let’s Go Fishing!
Oswestry is a thriving border market town with a lively cafe culture that enjoys a growing reputation for its interesting mix of independent shops.
Distance: 1 Mile – Shops, Market
Set in 140 acres of gently undulating Shropshire countryside, Mile End Golf Club just outside of Oswestry offers an enjoyable golfing experience.
Get your thrills at Rednal Go Karting with fun outdoor and indoor activities for all the family including the go karting and paintball and laser activities.
Restrictions may apply
Spoilt for choice at Park Hall Countryside Experience, an award winning family farm park, with endless animal fun, action and adventure.
Animals, Outdoor, Indoor Play
The Oswestry Museum Project has come about through the work of the Heritage Open Days committee after holding a successful event in 2010.
Distance: 1 Mile
Home of the current Welsh Premier league Champions The New Saints, The Venue have bowling, soft play, laser quest, and a gymnasium!
Bowling, Gym, Entertainment
Workout in the Gym with cardio and resistance equipment, try a workout class, game of badminton or simply swim in one of our pool sessions.
Gym, Swimming, Activites, Classes
Located on Gobowen Road in Oswestry, a fantastic soft play centre within a beautiful grade two listed building, formerly the Cambrian Rail Works.
Parties, Play & Refreshments
Lake Vyrnwy is a reservoir in Powys, Wales, built in the 1880s for Liverpool Corporation Waterworks to supply Liverpool with fresh water.
Nature Reserve and Reservoir
Chirk Castle was one of the several medieval Marcher fortresses sited on the Welsh-English border to keep the Welsh under English rule.
Castle, Gardens & Events
Erddig Hall is a National Trust property on the outskirts of Wrexham, Wales. Located 2 miles south of Wrexham town centre.
Gardens, Parkland, Events
The canal crosses the border between England and Wales, a combination of picturesque countryside and breath-taking engineering.
Important canal in the country for nature, much of it is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and the Welsh section is of international importance.
The Welsh Mountains and their peaks, slopes and views attract artists, mountaineers and Olympic sportsmen – endless excitement!
Mountains include Snowdonia
The largest town in the North of Wales, situated between the Welsh mountains and the Lower Dee Valley. Shopping and attractions await.
Distance: 15 Miles
Chester’s bewitching beauty and unique atmosphere make it one of Britain’s most popular places for an unforgettable short break.
Distance: 24 Miles
A historic woodland landscape with cliffs, crags, networks of caves, rhododendron jungles, stunning views and extraordinary monuments.
Fun for the whole family
Powis Castle is a medieval castle, fortress and grand country mansion near Welshpool in Powys, Wales, known for housing treasures.
Castle, Gardens, Eating & Shopping
Based near Oswestry, this picturesque castle and romantic ruins are steeped in much history, tales of bitter border warfare, romance and legend.
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