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The weather in Bridgnorth
Above are the weather conditions for Bridgnorth. July is the warmest month of the year in Bridgnorth with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 21°. However, temperatures can go lower than 1° in Bridgnorth in January. It may rain 26 days in January while it typically rains only 18 days in March.
A holiday cottage in Bridgnorth, a town compared to Old Jerusalem
Bridgnorth attracts visitors with its vibrant community life, museums, and cafés. During his visit in 1642, King Charles I famously remarked that the view from Bridgnorth was the finest in his domain. See what the fuss is all about with Bridgnorth accommodations.
For a taste of typical Shropshire food, try award-winning dining pub The Pheasant at Neenton, whose offerings include Scotch eggs, beer-battered haddock, and artisan cheeses. Meanwhile, Barrett's Restaurant boasts a lovely lounge atmosphere and blackboard specials. Equally inviting is The Inn at Shipley, which serves up classic British dishes and craft ales by a roaring fireplace.
Art and culture
The Northgate Museum traces Bridgnorth's history through unique artefacts such as an Edwardian-era cash till. Bridgnorth's centre is dotted with important buildings, including the Church of St. Mary Magdalene.
See 12th-century Bridgnorth Castle, which leans at 15 degrees – four times the incline of the Tower of Pisa. Also unmissable is the half-timbered town hall, perched upon high brick piers. For a moment of solitude, visit St Leonard's, a redundant Anglican church.
Days out and about
For a light recreational walk, head down the ancient Cartway, which leads down to the quay, past Lavington Gardens' cliffs and caves, and finally to Severn Park. Anglers will be happy to learn that the best fishing waters in Britain lie in the River Severn in Barbel Alley between Bridgnorth and Bewdley, and right opposite is the famous Severn Valley Railway, where you can hop on a vintage train.
Bikers will love that the town is located on National Route 45 of the Sustrans National Cycle Network (The Mercian Way). For breathtaking scenery and endless walking, head down to the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding National Beauty.
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