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From the global phenomenon that is our Pontcysyllte Aqueduct & Canal World Heritage Site through to our monthly street festivals - there is every reason to visit Wrexham County.

We don't just rely on our well known assets such as two National Trust properties (Erddig and Chirk Castle) - we also have tonnes of hidden gems like the breathtaking Ceiriog Valley and a historic town centre that combines modern day High St shopping with traditional markets and regular street festivals.

Add into that an array of amazing chefs cooking up a storm in eateries across the County, our micro-breweries creating sensational craft beers, and our first class hospitality - there's something for everyone here in Wrexham.

Keep up to date with our Facebook feed to see what's happening - and don't forget if you need an itinerary or to book in a coach tour, just call the team at Wrexham Visitor Information Centre on 01978 292015.


North East Wales...

Regionally, there's also so much to explore and experience across the whole of Wrexham, Flintshire and Denbighshire.  


Base yourself here and within a 60-minute drive time you can enjoy some of the finest coastlines of Wales, epic countryside adventures, legendary castles and more great places to eat & drink.

Check out the North East Wales Tourism website by clicking the button below to plan your adventures!

The North Wales Way

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Oswestry & Borderlands Tourism

Just a hop over the English border, you can visit Oswestry – where Shropshire meets Wales.


It’s an individual and friendly market town in North West Shropshire. An ancient town, so close to Wales that you can enjoy exploring both sides of the border when you visit. 


From our 3000 year old beginnings at Old Oswestry, the iron age hill fort, to today’s lively and traditional market town, we invite you to discover this little known corner of England – you will be very welcome.

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