Ironbridge Coracles are bowl shaped craft made from wood and covered with a waterproofed membrane. Traditionally used for transport and fishing, they have been essential to life by the river in the Ironbridge Gorge for centuries. Long before the famous Iron Bridge was built. Many local residents have fond memories of the Coracle men and women.
Follow the Coracle Trail along the Wharfage, through the historic heart of Ironbridge to visit the Old Coracle Shed, near the Iron Bridge and the New Coracle Shed exhibition at the Green Wood Centre, Coalbrookdale.
There is an exhibition of artworks by local artists inspired by the Coracle Stories at the New Coracle Shed
Open 9am -3pm every day during the Festival of Imagination