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Best things to do in Oswestry

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Book Store
“Fantastic independent bookshop that does an excellent cup of coffee and has great gifts.”
5local recommendations
Other Great Outdoors
“Ancient hillforts were a major part of our area and there are actually a few smaller mounds near the cosy cabin, however this one shows the way it was made and the information on the boards explains life on the mound!”
5local recommendations
Art Gallery
“Lovely space which displays work from local and international artists. Sells range of arts and crafts for all budgets. Hosts musical events. Runs art and craft workshops. Great cafe.”
4local recommendations
Coffee Shop
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“If like us you love your coffee, then a trip into Oswestry is a must! With one of our favourite coffee stops being Liar Liar, serving some of the best coffee around!”
5local recommendations
Park
“Lovely park with mini golf, tennis courts, bowling green and parkland. At certain times of the year there are live music events and other activities for families and children.”
4local recommendations
Movie Theatre
2local recommendations
Lodging
3local recommendations
Rental Car Location
1local recommendations
Italian Restaurant
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“A family run Italian with a menu of pasta made fresh daily all set inside a beautiful church setting.”
3local recommendations
Italian Restaurant
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1local recommendations
Bar
“A good pub in the centre of town which has an extensive Gin menu and craft beers ”
1local recommendations
Cafe
“Long established very popular and locally run cafe offering very reasonable snacks and lunches. Have a good range of daily papers.”
2local recommendations
Point of Interest
“Small gallery which show work of local and international artists. Offers range of workshops and other activities.”
1local recommendations
Museum
“Lots of information on activities and sites plus lovely old world charm cafe with yummy cakes.”
1local recommendations
Point of Interest
“An eclectic market with cheap plants, ex-army combat clothes, dog cushions, fruit and veg, old records, and lots of bric a brac. Don't miss the indoor market which was based on a design by Sir Terence Conran! (I wouldn't say it was typical of his work though...?) Open on Weds, Fri, and Sat, 9am - starts to get quiet after lunch. ”
1local recommendations