A historic market town, Montgomery is a pleasant place to explore with its mixture of timber-framed houses, Georgian and Victorian architecture. The Town Hall was built in 1748 to replace an earlier guildhall which previously stood in the middle of Broad Street.
Situated on the Welsh border, Montgomery grew up around its hilltop castle, built in the 13th century. Montgomery has a thriving community and offers a wealth of activity for visitors and newcomers alike. Situated close to the Offa's Dyke path, Montgomery is an excellent stopping off point providing a wealth of warm and friendly places to stay as well as places to eat and drink.
- Historic market town
- Explore Montgomery Castle with spectacular panoramic views
- Home to a Michelin Star Restaurant - 'The Checkers'
- Visit the Old Bell Museum - full of local history
- Visit the legendary 'Bunners Hardware Stores'
- Sample the local beers at 'Monty's Brewery'
Imposing settingTrip Advisor Review
Montgomery is a delightful small town and the castle is well worth the short pull up from the square. There are helpful information boards and the views from the ruins underline its strategic importance in past times.A subsequent visit to town museum is also recommended.