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The weather in Ironbridge
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month of the year in Ironbridge with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 21°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Ironbridge, with temperatures going under 1°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Learn how Ironbridge changed the world from your holiday home
As its name suggests, Ironbridge is synonymous with the Industrial Revolution. From railway lines to mines, the area is marked by the symbols of 18th century progress and retains that heritage to this day. Discover it now from your Ironbridge holiday home.
Ironbridge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, preserving the heritage of Britain's pivotal industrial era. Ironbridge's innovations in industrial technology swept the world, altering the course of history. Visit mines, foundries, factories, transport systems and archives revealing impacts of this place on the course of history.
The town takes its name from the iron bridge erected here in 1779. At one end of town stand two blast furnaces. You can see artifacts from these at the open air museum in Hay Brook Valley. Here you will learn about the importance of the canals and the River Severn to industrialisation.
The Quaker Abraham Darby I developed the technique of smelting iron and coke that set the iron revolution off right here in Coalbrookeville. You can still see the concentration of 18th and 19th century buildings in the town.
Visitors to Shropshire can also experience art exhibitions and air shows at Weston Park stately home, or discover the Royal Airforce Museum in Cosford.
The World Heritage River Festival is a spectacular family event that celebrates Ironbridge Gorge's World Heritage status. The festival features illuminated ships sailing the river, performers and pyrotechnics. Dale End Park hosts arts and crafts, music, dance and street performances. There is even a funfair and special organised walks and talks. Ride the steam engine or take a carriage ride.
Ironbridge is also a major place of pilgrimage for steampunk fans. Step into a Victoriana that never was at the Steampunk Festival in Blists Hill Victorian town every July.
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