Bridgnorth is semi-rural, so is not well served by public transport: please bear this in mind if paying us a visit!
The local railway station is part of the beautiful tourist attraction known as the Severn Valley Railway (SVR), a tradional railway line on which most of the locomotives are steam-powered. Bridgnorth CAMRA hold their annual beer festival at Bridgnorth Station each September (see Festivals page for details).
There is no national railway station at Bridgnorth, so if you are travelling a long way then you may be best to travel via the national stations at Kidderminster, Telford or Wolverhampton. If you travel via Kidderminster, you may be able to link up with the SVR train to Bridgnorth, but please check before travelling!
Most of the buses in the area are run by Arriva.
There are plenty of hotels and B&Bs, should you choose to stay. More information on travel and accommodation in the area can be found at Visit Bridgnorth