This is Wrexham - North Wales' heartbeat and thriving with talent, creativity, great food & drink, events and amazing places to stay and visit.

We've tried to capture a large slice of it here - plus last year we launched a very special tourism card to experience just a bit more of this incredible area!  For now, keep in touch to discover the best experiences this County has to offer!

What's on at Ty Pawb over the coming months?  


Check out their "What's On" guide to plan your next visit to Ty Pawb - Wrexham's thriving new arts, markets, gallery and food hub in the centre of town! 

To plan more for your visit - check out their events page on facebook by clicking here

English What's on Guide January - March

Food & drink is so important to us here in Wrexham!  Across the County we have some amazing producers, chefs, bakers, breweries and pubs!  Forget the diet - there's just too much good stuff out there to try at the moment....

VISIT IN 2020...

From stunning landscapes in the Ceiriog and Dee Valley's through to historic sites, a bustling town centre and great places to stay & eat, Wrexham County has it all.  Check out our new North East Wales Year of Discovery film below, or head to our itineraries page for more inspiration! 

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Download our new County & Town maps for 2019/20!!

St Giles Parish Church, Ty Pawb and Wrexham Museum have joined forces to create the 'big 3' free attractions leaflet for Wrexham Town Centre this summer! Download your copy below, or pick up a copy from the Wrexham Tourist Information Centre on Queens Square.

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The team at "This Is Wrexham" are passionate about linking up all those great places that make our area what it is and showcasing the people and ingredients behind our great visitor experiences.

Explore what the County has to offer with us here at "This Is Wrexham".


From the big attractions to our annual local food festival and the best-kept secret gems that deserve recognition. We're looking at uncovering these over the coming months and years - plus helping support the new entrepreneurs who see Wrexham County as a base to thrive. We're not looking backwards - but harnessing a collective enthusiasm to promote how special this area is and the people that make it so.  We're searching for the best experiences that make us unique and that will give people many more reasons to visit Wrexham this year.

Complementing the work of Wrexham County Borough Council's Destination Management and Events team plus the Town Centre Steering Group - we're a collective bunch of tourism focused businesses headed up by Sam Regan (Lemon Tree Restaurant) and Sarah Tunstall (Holt Lodge Hotel) working to champion all that is great about Wrexham County.  Together we can all highlight what a fantastic place Wrexham really is and continue our amazing tourism success story of recent years.  If you'd like to know more about becoming a member business - please follow this link.

To download Wrexham County Borough Council and our Destination Management Action Plan (2018-20), please follow the following links;


Our board oversees the work of the This Is Wrexham Partnership and is comprised of a senior representative from each of the following businesses in the County Borough; 

  • Chirk Castle - National Trust 

  • Erddig Hall - National Trust 

  • The Lemon Tree Restaurant with Rooms - Chair 

  • The Holt Lodge Hotel 

  • The Canal & River Trust 

  • The West Arms Llanarmon - vice chair

  • The Chirk & Ceiriog Valley Partnership 

  • Coleg Cambria 

  • Glyndwr University 

  • Worthenbury Manor B&B 

  • St Giles Parish Church 

  • Ty Pawb 

  • Wrexham Museum 

  • Wrexham County Borough Council 

  • Bangor on Dee racecourse 


Welsh Government - Visit Wales 

North Wales Tourism 

Clwydian Range & Dee Valley AONB

Come and join us for the ride - because This Is Wrexham!


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