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We only sell our best value Annual Passports online. Single attraction tickets are available on the gate.

Family (1 Adult + their children)

This ticket offers daytime admission to all 10 museums for a family of 1 adult + all of their children (aged 5-16 incl). Annual Passport Tickets are valid for 12 months from the date of first use. Plus save 5% online compared to the walk-up price if you buy online in advance.

Walk up price £50.00

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Family (2 Adults + their children)

This ticket offers daytime admission to all 10 museums for a family of 2 adults + all of their children (aged 5-16 incl). Annual Passport Tickets are valid for 12 months from the date of first use. Plus save 5% online compared to the walk-up price if you buy online in advance.

Walk up price £70.00

Online saver £66.50

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Daytime admission to all 10 museums valid for 12 months from the date of first use. Plus you can save 5% by buying online, compared to the walk-up price.

Walk up price £26.50

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Daytime admission to all 10 museums valid for 12 months from the date of first use for children aged 5-16 (incl), or people in full time education. Plus save 5% online compared to the walk-up price if you buy online in advance.

Walk up price £16.50

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Daytime admission to all 10 museums valid for 12 months from the date of first use. Suitable for anyone aged 60 or over, plus save 5% online compared to the walk-up price.

Walk up price £20.50

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Add on a Blists Hill Guide Book

Don't miss out! Pre-purchase a souvenir guide, to be collected with your tickets on arrival at Blists Hill Victorian Town. The guide is already great value so we can't offer an online discount.

Walk up price £4.95

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Friends' Talk: Dawley Girl Writes Telford Book

Enginuity
Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron

A talk by Dr Pat Bracegirdle.

Photographing industrial archaeological sites so that others can appreciate their technical and historical significance is at this heart of a 1973 book called Thomas Telford. Pat Miles co-authored this and other books with Brian Bracegirdle which record important sites in the UK as they were in the early 1970s. Some of the problems encountered in making images for these volumes included difficulty of access, the inevitable encroachment of vegetation and very poor light. How was Ditherington Mill so brightly lit In this picture? Who is the ghostly shadow on the wall on the left? The Dawley Girl, Pat Bracegirdle (née Miles), will tell how this interest began, how it developed and how it continues today at the Museum.

In the Glass Classroom, Museum Offices, Coalbrookdale at 7.30pm.

(Image: Ditherington Flaxmill in 1972)

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