Llangollen & British Ironworks Museum

Llangollen & British Ironworks Museum

Join us for a visit to the pretty welsh town of Llangollen, followed by an interesting visit to the British Ironworks Museum.

Join us for a visit to the Welsh town of Llangollen has a wealth of independent shops to browse and interesting places to visit. Perhaps take a stroll along the Victoria Promenade, picnic in the Riverside Park or watch the river tumble down beneath the towns' bridge. 


The British Ironwork Centre, is simply one of a kind. The Centre is the birthplace of the famous ‘Spoon Gorilla’ and Knife Angel- the UK’s national monument against knife crime. The Centre is long dedicated to, and passionate about the preservation and creation of quality craft and metal work, in all its many forms. This wonderfully diverse Centre has a stunning and varied collection of metal work, where  you will find beautifully decorative items both large and small for the home and garden. The indoor emporiums allow you to escape into a treasure trove of must-have trinkets and interior adornments, whilst our grounds are abundant with architectural structures and sculptures that must truly be seen.

The Centre is passionate about celebrating all arts and crafts, championing a variety of local artists, featuring their work throughout the grounds, each of our items have been carefully crafted and sourced. Some of our collections are faithful reproductions of stunning ironwork no longer seen today, with others having a contemporary twist to bring them into the 21st Century. The Centre boasts the UK’s largest Metal Safari park, as you travel around the grounds you will see over 100 different animals and species, crafted out of various materials from the majestic Silver Back Gorilla, to an adorable assortment of Farmyard animals - it really must be seen to be believed.


There is also the Forge Café serving a selection of home-made sandwiches, crusty baguettes, salads, hot pies and quiches and of course a selection of delicious homemade cakes, scones and pastries.


We travel through Shropshire and cross the border to the Welsh town of Llangollen.
Here we spend some time before departing around 14:00 for the short journey to the ironworks Museum near Oswestry.


After an informative visit we join our coach for the journey back to your joining points, arriving back into Hereford approximately 18:30.

Price Includes:>


  • Return Coach Travel to and from your local joining points.

  • Free time in Llangollen to explore the town.

  • A visit to the British Ironworks Museum.


Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details Times
Hereford Bus Station Stand 1 or 2, Commercial Road Bus Station,
Hereford Putson Bus Stop, Tesco Express, Holme Lacy Road, Hereford
Hereford Three Elms Bakers Lane, Off Three Elms Road, Hereford
Hereford Whitecross1 Whitecross Roundabout, Three Elms Road.
Bus Stop (Out of City).
Hereford Whitecross2 Bus Stop on Whitecross Road Before Pedestrian
Crossing near the Monument Pub.(out of the city)
Hereford Whitehorse Whitecross Road Junction With Whitehorse Street,
Leominster Stand 2, Bus Station, Leominster
Ross On Wye Stop 4, Cantilupe Road, Ross On Wye
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