Treat your group to the 'Perfect Taste of Christmas' at Blists Hill Victorian Town, one of the 10 amazing Ironbridge Gorge Museums in Shropshire.
Festive Lunch Offers
Ideal for a visit during the run-up to Christmas or to continue the celebrations between Christmas and New Year, groups can enjoy a delicious three-course Christmas lunch package for just £20 per person or a lighter festive lunch option at £11 per person. Both packages include admission to Blists Hill Victorian Town and are available Tuesday - Thursday throughout December. Groups can work up an appetite by exploring the Victorian shops, cottage and places of work that will all be decorated with traditional Victorian Christmas decorations. Step in from the cold and warm up by the cosy fireside as you chat with the friendly townsfolk and discover more about Victorian life.
Victorian Christmas Weekends
Travel back over 100 years with your group to experience the festive season at Blists Hill Victorian Town's two Christmas Weekends on 8th - 9th and 15th - 16th December. Enjoy seasonal entertainment and delicious festive food and drink then watch the townsfolk make preparations for Christmas, listen to brass bands and meet Father Christmas' reindeer. Groups of 15 or more can soak up the wonderful yuletide atmosphere at the discounted rate of just £9.50 per person.
2019 Victorian Christmas Weekend Dates Announced
Great for early birds - Ironbridge Gorge Museums have also announced their 2019 Victorian Christmas Weekends dates: 7th - 8th, 14th - 15th December 2019. Any bookings confirmed before 31st December 2018 will qualify for this year's discounted rates.
There is free coach parking or a drop off facility at each Ironbridge Gorge Museum; group leaders and coach drivers are entitled to complimentary admission when accompanying a group and coach drivers will be given a free refreshment voucher. Discounts are available for groups of 15 plus.
Call the Group Visits Officer Ben Walker to discuss the options on Tel: 01952 435 900 or email ; details can also be found on http://www.ironbridge.org.uk.