Ludlow is often called "the perfect historic town".

Situated on the River Teme in the outstanding countryside of the Welsh Marches, its medieval street pattern survives almost intact, along with many ancient properties including a magnificent ruined castle and one of the largest parish churches in England. There are over 500 listed buildings in the town.

Ludlow Castle
Ludlow Castle is one of the most interesting castles in the Welsh Marches. It is 900 years old and features examples of architecture from the Norman, Medieval and Tudor periods.

Ludlow Street Market
Ludlow has held street markets since the twelfth century. The market is held on Castle Square, in the heart of the town centre, where you will find over forty stalls selling a range of goods including fresh produce, cheeses, books and a selection of local crafts. As well as its street markets, Ludlow also has a range of specialist markets; antique & flea markets, craft markets, garden fairs, book fairs and an annual green fair.

Ludlow has many things to offer visitors and locals alike, from visiting the many historic buildings in the town to a meal at one of the many excellent eateries. Sports fans and the active will not be disappointed; Ludlow boasts excellent sporting and leisure activities. Those who like to shop will enjoy the many and varied independent shops selling a wide range of goods. Antique collectors, book worms and art enthusiasts will also find plenty for them to do.

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