UK – Ironbridge Gorge
Did you know there is an UNESCO World Heritage Site just 35 miles from Birmingham
The Great Barrier Reef, Machu Picchu, Vatican City and the Grand Canyon hold the same title across the globe but can visit these sites right on the doorstep.
This is because Ironbridge was the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, the place that changed the world forever.
And the museums here really bring this period of history to life for all ages and show just how important this area is to our lives today.
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1. Blists Hill Victorian Town
Legges Way, Madeley, Telford TF7 5UD
This is a Victorian town where all the townsfolk chat about their lives, their work, the food they eat and where they liked to shop.
What makes it extra special is the fact that your first stop is Lloyds Bank where you can exchange your money into old coins to spend throughout the town.
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