Oswestry Tourist Information, Accommodation, Attractions & Events


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Let us help you plan your trip to Oswestry and The Welsh Borderlands.

Find places to go walking near here, follow walking trails and don't miss the best places to visit near Oswestry

Explore Victorian Oswestry and see the places that meant so much to the family of Wilfred Owen, the war poet, who was born in Oswestry in 1893.

Follow the town trail to discover more of our history. Wander down alleyways and shuts, take a break in the park and don’t miss the views from Castle Mound.

A day out beginning at Oswestry castle mound and on to the canal towpath of the Montgomery canal and visits to Chirk and Whittington Castles and Llangollen.

Oswald’s Trail is a 13 mile walk around Oswestry. It includes Old Oswestry Hill Fort, The Old Racecourse and Wilfred Owen Green. View the map here.

The Shropshire Way is a beautiful route all around around Shropshire. Walks from Ellesmere to Llanymynech to Nesscliffe and on to Shrewsbury.

There are so many places of interest near the market town of Oswestry but which direction will you go? Don’t miss the best best places to see near here.

This 4 and a half mile circular route starting from Old Oswestry Racecourse through fields and  woodland  to return along a section of Offa’s Dyke Path.

A 2 mile family friendly walk taking in views across the mere and the canal. Why not buy some bird food at  the mere to feed the ducks and geese?

Find out more about WW1 soldiers from Oswestry. Discover locations in Oswestry linked to the war, visiting places that people may have lived in or worked in. 

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