The Ironbridge Gorge is in Shropshire, 5 miles (8km) south of Telford Town Centre and is well signposted from M54, J4. When you leave M54 follow the brown and white tourism signs for Ironbridge Gorge. As you get closer to the Museums follow the specific signs:
For Blists Hill Victorian Town, Coalport China Museum and Tar Tunnel follow Blists Hill Museums
For Jackfield Tile Museum, Broseley Pipeworks, Museum of The Gorge and The Iron Bridge & Tollhouse follow Ironbridge Museums
For Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron, Enginuity and Darby Houses follow Coalbrookdale Museums
There is car parking at, or near to, each of the Museums. One ticket, costing £3.00 is required to park at:
- Blists Hill Victorian Town
- Coalport China Museum & Tar Tunnel
- Jackfield Tile Museum
- Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron & Darby Houses
- Broseley Pipeworks
However, the car parks adjacent to the Iron Bridge & Tollhouse and Museum of The Gorge are Local Authority Pay & Display.
Coach Parking is free at all car parks.
Sat Nav Postcodes
|Blists Hill Victorian Town||TF7 5UD|
|Coalport China Museum||TF8 7HT|
|Tar Tunnel||TF8 7HT|
|Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron||TF8 7DQ|
|Darby Houses||TF8 7DQ|
|Iron Bridge & Tollhouse||TF8 7JP|
|Museum of The Gorge||TF8 7NH|
|Jackfield Tile Museum||TF8 7LJ|
|Broseley Pipeworks||TF12 5LX|
Plan your journey to the Museums using AA Route Planner
Public Transport - ‘Go Green’
The ten Ironbridge Gorge Museum sites are within an area of 6sq miles and transport is needed to easily travel between them.
The Ironbridge Park & Ride and Gorge Connect services link many of the museums and operate on many weekends during the summer holidays. For all information about these services including timetables visit www.telford.gov.uk/ironbridgeparkandride
For local bus information call 0871 200 22 33
Telford Central railway station is about 5 miles (8km) north of the Ironbridge Gorge. Local bus services and taxis are available outside the station. For more information call 08457 484950 or www.nationalrail.co.uk
The Ironbridge Gorge is well-connect to the National Cycle Network Route 45 & 55. For more information visit www.telford.gov.uk
Birmingham Airport is the largest airport in the Midlands and offers hundreds of flights to destinations worldwide. It is less than an hour from the Ironbridge Gorge. Visit www.birminghamairport.co.uk for details of arrival and departure times.
Travelling Around the Gorge by Motorhome
We welcome Motorhomes at most of our sites. Broseley Pipeworks only has a small car park, so is not suitable for Motorhomes. None of our car parks have height barriers.
Motorhomes can park over multiple bays, but we request that they respect other users and park as efficiently as possible, as some of our car parks have limited spaces.
At certain times of year there is a Park and Ride and Gorge Connect Service that links all of the museums, and we advise that Motorhome users take advantage of this service.
Some of the roads around the Gorge are narrow and uneven, so care should be taken, however the roads are used by coaches and buses so should be suitable for most motorhomes.
Please note that local authority car parks in the Gorge charge for the number of bays used. Standard parking charges apply at Museum car parks.