Discover Shrewsbury at home

Our doors may be closed, but Shrewsbury remains open online. Join us from the comfort of your home as we explore the best our town has to offer.

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Dig out your favourite fleece because there’s loads of stuff Shrewsbury has to offer over the coming months, even if the days are a little shorter.

We’ve been working closely with local businesses to help make the town safe and secure for all to enjoy – we’ll all be warming up to the cooler weather in no time.

Celebrate Shrewsbury’s most famous son at this year’s virtual DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival. Join us as we celebrate our special links with Charles Darwin with a schedule of inspiring films, brain-teasing lectures, Q&A sessions and Darwin's birthday toast. 

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Scooped in the loop of the River Severn, Shrewsbury is a town oozing with history. Whether from the comfort of your home, whilst out and about or commuting, be transported to the heart of Shrewsbury with the new SO Stories audio tours. 

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Eating in has become the new eating out, and with Shrewsbury eateries rising to the task you can now enjoy your favourite food from the comfort of your home.

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If you're able to get into Shrewsbury, many of our independent business are offering click and collect and other alternative forms of shopping. Read on to discover more.

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Discover which of Shrewsbury independent retailers are selling their products online and get the best of Shrewsbury delivered directly to your door.

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Many of Shrewsbury's town centre businesses remain open so you can continue to purchase your essential items, including groceries, newsagents and pharmacies.

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Celebrate Shrewsbury’s most famous son at this year’s virtual DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival. Join us as we celebrate our special links with Charles Darwin with a schedule of inspiring films, brain-teasing lectures, Q&A sessions and Darwin's birthday toast. 

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Scooped in the loop of the River Severn, Shrewsbury is a town oozing with history. Whether from the comfort of your home, whilst out and about or commuting, be transported to the heart of Shrewsbury with the new SO Stories audio tours. 

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The oldest stained glass in Shrewsbury, the Jesse Window was made for Greyfriars chapel in the 14th century. Following the dissolution of the friary in 1538, the window was moved to St Chad's, before being bought to St Mary's in 1791. Now you can explore it with Google Arts and Culture.

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