Ross-on-Wye Tourism Association have launched their new website to help attract and entertain visitors to the town.
The website is one of the marketing tools that the organisation has invested in to ensure visitors and tourists can find plenty of information to attract them to the area and keep them busy whilst they’re here.
Visitors can find a catalogue of information on eating out, shopping, riverside pursuits, and local attractions, as well as ideas for trips around the town including the Heritage Trail and the Museum Without Walls.
Ideas are shared on website’s blog page including access information for people with limited mobility, or camping and glamping options for those who prefer accommodation in the great outdoors.
Other key tourist attractions that are promoted are the Market House with its upstairs gallery, St Mary’s Church with its iconic 205 foot spire, the Prospect Gardens with its stunning views of the River Wye, and the Linear Arboretum adjacent to the riverside. For those interested in antiques, reclaimed collectibles, jewellery and furniture, visitors can follow the Vintage Trail around the town centre.
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