Iron Bridge and Tollhouse

Iron Bridge and Tollhouse
Ironbridge
Telford
Shropshire
TF8 7JP
England

Website

www.ironbridge.org.uk/our_attractions/the_iron_bridge_and_tollhouse/

E-mail

Visitor Information Centre

tic@ironbridge.org.uk

Telephone

Visitor Information Centre

01952 433 424

Fax

01952 884 391

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The world's first cast-iron bridge
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Step onto the Iron Bridge and follow in the footsteps of millions of tourists who, since 1779, have journeyed to marvel at the world’s first cast-iron bridge.
Built by Abraham Darby III and now recognised as one of the great symbols of the Industrial Revolution, the remarkable Iron Bridge still dominates the small town that bears its name.
• Discover the secrets of how and why the Iron Bridge was built in an exhibition within the original Tollhouse (The Tollhouse is open every weekend during the local school summer holidays or by prior arrangement for groups and school parties)
• Enjoy fantastic views of the Ironbridge Gorge and River Severn
• Marvel at the world’s first cast-iron bridge.

Venue Type:

Industrial heritage site

Opening hours

Monday - Friday 9am until 5pm
Saturday - Sunday 10am until 5pm

Closed: 24 & 25 December and 01 January

Admission charges

Free

Getting there

The Ironbridge Gorge is on the River Severn, 5 miles (8km) south of Telford town centre in Shropshire. Take junction 4 or junction 6 off the M54. Follow brown and white signs to Ironbridge Gorge.

For The Iron Bridge and Tollhouse follow signs for Ironbridge Museums.

Getting there

The Ironbridge Gorge is on the River Severn, 5 miles (8km) south of Telford town centre in Shropshire. Take junction 4 or junction 6 off the M54. Follow brown and white signs to Ironbridge Gorge.

For The Iron Bridge and Tollhouse follow signs for Ironbridge Museums.

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