To protect and maintain Industrial heritage sites in Ironbridge.
Ironbridge Gorge Museums Trust was established as a World Heritage site and was designated as such in 1986. This designation recognised the area’s unique and unrivalled contribution to the birth of the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century; the impact of which is still felt across the world today.
The Trust cares for 36 ancient monuments and listed buildings along with 10 award-winning museums and is recognised as one of the country’s largest independent museums. With a sharp focus on education and heritage conservation the trust welcomes more than 500,000 visitors every year - including 70,000 schoolchildren and students.
FBC Manby Bowdler are proud to be Corporate Patrons of the trust, boasting a specialist team of Charities & Not-For-Profit legal advisors who are committed to supporting to the charity and helping to preserve the heritage of Ironbridge for future generations.
To find out further information on the Trust and the museums they have, please click here.