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 city 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.
Bangor on Dee Racecourse
Althrey Ct, Bangor-on-Dee, Wrexham, LL13 0DA
Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse is a left handed jumps racecourse, nestled in picturesque countryside and surrounded by idyllic Welsh hills. Bangor-on-Dee was first used for horse racing in 1859 and over a century and a half later, horses still race on virtually the exact same track.
Erddig National Trust
Erddig, Wrexham, LL13 0YT
Sitting on a dramatic escarpment above the winding Clywedog river, Erddig tells the 250-year story of a gentry family’s relationship with its servants. A large collection of servants’ portraits and carefully preserved rooms capture their lives in the early 20th century, while upstairs is a treasure trove of fine furniture, textiles and wallpapers.
Minera Lead Mines
Minera, Wrexham, LL11 3DU
The lead mines offer a fascinating glimpse into the industrial past of the beautiful Clywedog Valley and visitors can explore the country park seeing remains of the lead processing areas from the 18th and 19th centuries, the restored beam engine house, winding engine and boiler houses. There is also a visitor centre that tells the story of the site plus a country park covering 53 acres of grassland, wooded areas and archaeological sites.
Llangollen Road, Acrefair, Wrexham, LL14 3HL
Plas Madoc is best known for it’s Leisure Swimming Pool previously referred to as the "Tropical Lagoon". With it’s incredible wave machine (twice each hour during general swim), it's like no other in the Wrexham area. The pool has a fantastic elephant and snake slide, alongside the infamous crocodile, which have always been massive hits with the younger children. The pool still has the fantastically fun spiral water slide for older children & grown ups too. Fun pool activities are regularly available during school holidays.
Stiwt Arts Trust Ltd
Broad St, Rhosllanerchrugog, Wrexham, LL14 1RB
The Stiwt Theatre is home to a beautiful 490 seat proscenium arch theatre plus three flexible event spaces, built and maintained by and for its local community. It was first opened on 25th September 1926 and completely re-built and re-opened in 1999. The Stiwt is a registered charity and is run by the Stiwt Arts Trust Ltd.
Wrexham Visitor Information Centre
Wrexham Visitor Information Centre
The new Wrexham Visitor Information Centre on Chester Street in the City Centre provides information on attractions, activities and events in the area as well as offering a wide range of local food & drink from the region as part of its deli. The perfect place for Welsh gifts, souvenirs and something to take home from your trip. Open Monday - Saturday 9am - 5pm. 01978292015
Chirk Castle National Trust
Chirk Castle, LL14 5AF
Completed by Marcher Lord Roger Mortimer, in 1310, Chirk is the last Welsh castle from the reign of Edward I still inhabited today. You can explore medieval towers and dungeons, visit the 17th and 18th-century rooms of the Myddelton family home, including the historic laundry, and discover the story of influential 20th-century tenant and polymath Lord Howard de Walden.
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Trevor Basin Visitor Centre
Station Rd, Trevor, Llangollen, LL20 7TY
There’s a very good reason why our 'stream in the sky', Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and 11 miles of the Llangollen canal is a UNESCO World Heritage Site (that means it's as important as the Taj Mahal). And it's not just the view…
Mile End Mill, Berwyn St, Llangollen, LL20 8AD
TNR aims to share the outdoor adventure experience with everyone and anyone, and ensure all TNR customers have a great time! From Axe Throwing, Archery and Air Rifle Shooting in our custom built indoor ranges, to Gorge Walking at Cynwyd Gorge, to White Water Rafting on the River Dee, to Climbing at the local crag in Trevor Quarry, to Canoeing over the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, TNR has the perfect activity for everyone!
Xplore Science Centre
Henblas St, Wrexham, LL13 8AE
Xplore! is a Science Discovery Centre and Educational Charity in Wrexham. Our visitor centre is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday as well as every Wrexham school holiday. The centre is full to the brim with hands-on exhibits that children and grown will both enjoy. A visit also includes access to our live science show that changes every 6 weeks. Xplore! also has an onsite cafe and science shop.
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-minutes you can enjoy some of Wales finest coastlines, 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!