River Severn Boat Ride For One (£4), Two (£7) or Four (£12.50) with Ironbridge Scenic River Cruises (Up to 61% Off)
- Scenic boat ride passing Iron Bridge and other historical landmarks along the Severn
- Knowledgeable crew
- Refreshments available
- 45 minute cruise with commentary on local history
- Departs from the Gorge Museum, Telford
- Hourly departures from 11am to 5pm, 7 days a week
- Hydraulic lift for passengers with wheelchairs
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking not essential, but advisable to call on morning of travel to check river conditions. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. No dogs permitted, apart from guide dogs. Valid on option purchased only. Original value based on adult prices. Original values verified 3 May 2012 at 6.01pm.
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It is said that people can pass like ships in the night, but passing like ships in the day tends to lead to better relationships. Be in the same boat with today's Groupon from Ironbridge Scenic River Cruises . Choose from the following options:• £4 for River Severn boat ride for one (Up to 50% off)
• £7 for River Severn boat ride for two (Up to 56% off)
• £12.50 for River Severn boat ride for four (Up to 61% off)
Gliding along the calm waters of the Severn, Ironbridge Scenic River Cruises steers passengers through different landmarks, delivering a luxury boat ride of striking scenery and intriguing history. The crew share their wealth of local knowledge while the company’s two boats, the Hafren and the Bumblebee, take wayfarers up and downstream. Evening cruises and private parties are offered from the company, and if all that journeying is thirsty works, refreshments are available on board.
Single travellers, as well as groups of two and four, will be in oar of the scenery and crew’s expert commentary as they set off on their epic journey. Departing from outside the Gorge Musuem, Telford, the boat will head upstream to the village of Buildwas and back down to the famous Iron Bridge, a linchpin of the Industrial Revolution. Shipmates can traverse the river with flexibility, as trips depart hourly, seven days a week and the boats are equipped with hydraulic platform lifts for passengers using wheelchairs.