Most of the Things To Do in Bridgnorth require a little bit of walking. Bridgnorth has two towns, High Town and Low Town.
There are a few ways in Bridgnorth to get from High Town to Low Town and visa versa. Walking, driving, there are well signed car parks in both and funicular railway.
Walking, there are lots of alleys and steps to explore, with lovely views or gardens to peek at.
The Castle/Cliffe Railway is the only inland inclined railway in Britain, it is well worth a trip and at £2.00 return is good value.
The Lavingtons Hole is a hole in the cliff face dating back to the Civil War which was going to be used to blow up part of the High Town. Some of the other caves near by were used as dwellings.
As you walk along the river bank to the right of the Bridge over the river you come to the site of Hazeldines Foundry where on of the first locomotives to transport people was built.
Further along are the ruins of the Franciscan Friary. This area was the site of a huge carpet factory called Southwells.
The Severn Valley Railway is probably the most famous association with Bridgnorth. Lots of Things to look at see and events. Save your pennies but if this is your interest then well worth it.
There are lots of lovely buildings in Bridgnorth so it is well worth a wander around.
Bridgnorth Town Hall still has the market underneath it twice a week. It is open to the public during the Summer except Tuesday.