Maps of :Wrexham Tourist Attractions
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This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Wrexham, Wales. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Wrexham that are featured in the Walesdirectory. Please click on the 'Map Layers' list on the sidebar to find accommodation close to the attraction displayed on the map.
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Wrexham County Borough Museum - Centrally located on Regent Street, the Museum is an essential visit for anyone wanting to learn more about their local heritage and on the doorstep f The Arc Sculpture - The Arc Sculpture is located at the junction of Lord Street and Egerton Street in Wrexham North East Wales. It is a fine piece of Public Art and the p CAFCASS Wrexham - Grove Park Theatre - Grove Park Theatre is Wrexham’s oldest amateur theatre and is based in the town centre. We aim to provide the community of Wrexham with good value e Wrexham Central Railway Station - Wrexham Central railway station sits on the Borderlands Line and has direct links to Gwersyllt, Cefn y Bedd, Caergwrle, Hope, Penyffordd, Buckley, Haw Oriel Wrecsam - Oriel Wrecsam receives revenue support from the Arts Council of Wales and is part of the Leisure, Libraries and Culture Department of Wrexham County B Wrexham General Railway Station - Wrexham General railway station has direct links to:|
Wales: Bangor, Cardiff Central, Holyhead, Newport (South Wales), Wrexham Central.|
North Wes Wrexham Town Trails - Wrexham Town Trails is an award-winning tourism and leisure facility that meets a growing interest in our heritage and is an ideal activity for indiv Elihu Yale's Tomb - Elihu Yale (1648-1721) is perhaps best known for his benefactions to the famous American University but he also had strong associations with the town St Giles Parish Church - The 135-foot tower of this church is one of the Seven
Wonders of Wales. Many different periods of local history are in
evidence including a 14th c Bellevue Park Wrexham - Award-winning Bellevue Park boasts lime avenues, a bandstand in a natural amphitheatre, an Edwardian rockery, tennis courts and a sensory garden. A ne Gargoyles, Grotesques and Stone Carvings on St Giles Church - St Giles Church is home to a great collection of stone
carvings. The impressive tower is renowned as one of the seven wonders
of Wales and the ext Wrexham Antiques and Collectors Fair - Stalls will be selling items such as Jewellery, Militaria, Clocks and Watches, Ceramics and Glass, Postcards, Pictures and Prints, and plenty of inter Wrexham Memorial Hall - The Memorial Hall is an adaptable town-centre facility, which hosts a wide range of events and is available for hire.
The Hall offers a range of fa Border Brewery Chimney - The Border Brewery Chimney is located to the rear of the Nags Head Public House in Tuttle Street. Wrexham, North Wales. The substantial chimney is a G Eagles Meadow Shopping Centre - If you are looking for a relaxing and enjoyable shopping and leisure experience in the heart of Wrexham, then you have found the right place!
Come Wrexham Football Club - Wrexham Association Football Club ( nicknamed The Red Dragons) are a professional football team based in Wrexham, north Wales, who play in the Englis Racecourse Ground - The Racecourse Ground is a stadium located in Wrexham, North Wales. It is the home of the oldest Welsh Football League Club Wrexham F.C., and from 201 Glyndwr University - Glyndwr University is an actual and modern campus, it provides to the students a programme variety, academic expertise, a safe location with a vibra Acton Park - Acton Park was once part of a private estate. It has a Japanese garden, wild meadow flowers and a wetland area. There is a lake for fishing and platfo National Eisteddfod 2011 - Wrexham and District is the home of the 2011 National Eisteddfod - one of the world's greatest cultural festivals - held from 30 July – 6 August 201 Wrexham Eisteddfod 2011 - The 2011 National Eisteddfod of Wales, the Wrexham and District National Eisteddfod, will be held in the town of Wrexham on the 30 July – 6 August 2 Lower Berse Farm - Lower Berse Farm is a farm on the outskirts of Wrexham, North Wales. In 2011 Lower Berse Farm is host to the Welsh National Eisteddfod. The official c Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru Wrecsam 2011 - Mae Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru’n un o wyliau mawr y byd sy’n denu dros 160,000 o ymwelwyr yn flynyddol. Yn gymysgedd eclectig o ddiwylliant, ce Bersham Heritage Centre & Ironworks -
Bersham Heritage Centre is an excellent starting point for a visit to the Clywedog Valley and the Vale of Llangollen. If you're walking, the Centre Erddig House - Erddig House is a completely furnished 18th-century large country house. It's home to one of the last surviving 18th-century gardens with a large wall Erddig Hall - Erddig is one of the most fascinating houses in Britain, not least because of the unusually close relationship that existed between the family of th Wrexham Golf Club - Members and visitors enjoy the facilities of a well appointed and recently renovated clubhouse and bar as well as a tight and testing golf course.
Gwersyllt Railway Station - Gwersyllt railway station sits on the Borderlands line and has direct links to Cefn y Bedd, Caergwrle, Hope, Penyffordd, Buckley, Hawarden, Shotton, H Moss Valley Golf Club - Moss Valley is a delightful nine hole golf course set in the picturesque Moss Valley on the outskirts of Wrexham, North East Wales Moss Valley Golf Club - Moss Valley is local authority owned parkland golf course run by a PGA professional. The course lies only minutes from the centre of Wrexham and, lik Plas Power Adventure Centre - Adventure centre with the following:
Biggest indoor climbing wall in NE Wales|
Outdoor High ropes course|
C Farm World - Sorry we believe Farm World Wrexham no longer has a website and may not be trading. If you are the owner of this attraction please contact the www.wal Nant Mill Visitor Centre - Whether you want to discover local wildlife and history of the Clywedog Valley or take a stimulating walk through splendid woods and countryside, this Clays Golf Centre - Clays is one of the premier golf, practice & retail facilities in the North West of the country. The principle behind our thinking is for you to i Alyn Waters Country Park - Alyn Waters is the largest country park in the area. This beautiful valley is open all year and features: a nature reserve - woodland and riverside wa Memorials and Monuments in Gresford Church - There is an abundance of interesting memorials
monuments and effigies in All Saints Church Gresford. From the finely
sculpted and colourful medie Stone Carvings on All Saints Church Gresford - There is an abundance of stone carvings on All Saints
Church Gresford, from animals with weird heads to a variety of
grotesques and demons. As is All Saints' Church Gresford - All Saints' Church, Gresford is one of the most
beautiful churches in the whole of Wales. It is located in the town of
Gresford Wrexham, North Eas Yew Tree Inn - The Yew Tree Inn is located in the village of Gresford, Wrexham, North East Wales. Enjoy a pint of beer in the beer garden in the shadow of a 1,700 ye Griffin Inn - The Griffin Inn is located in the village of Gresford, Wrexham, North East Wales. The pub sits in the shadow of All Saint's Church, whose chime of bel Plassey Oaks Golf Club - Plassey Golf Club boasts a picturesque 9 hole course
set in the beautiful countryside of North-East Wales.|
The course presents a balance, being Rhos Male Voice Choir - <iframe width="640" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/kp3_SPp6lEQ?rel=0" frameborder="0" allow Theatr Stiwt - The Stiwt opened on 25th.September 1926, dominated the social and cultural life of the community for decades providing a cinema, theatre, concert hall Trevor Arms - The Trevor Arms is a charming Inn with interesting architectural features. The building dates back to 1800, located in a peaceful village midway betw Cefn-Y-Bedd Railway Station - Cefn y Bedd railway station sits on the Borderlands line and has direct links to Caergwrle, Hope, Penyffordd, Buckley, Hawarden, Shotton, Hawarden Bri Khazana - Many restaurants call themselves different, but this one really is.
Opened over two yeas ago by Gulab Ail, the Khazana in the result of over 16 years Haunted village of Marford - The village of Marford sits in the Welsh Borderlands between the ancient city of Chester and the Welsh town of Wrexham. Marford is famous for its stra Caergwrle Castle - Caergwrle Castle was built between 1277 and 1282 by Dafydd ap Gruffydd who launched an ill fated rebellion against the English which led to Edward I' Rossett Mill - The history of the village of Rossett is entwined with the history of Rossett Mill. The mill is listed as an historic building which is "as an ex Caergwrle Railway Station - Caergwrle railway station sits on the Borderlands line and has direct links to Hope, Penyffordd, Buckley, Hawarden, Shotton, Hawarden Bridge, Neston, River Alyn at Rossett - The River Alyn is a tributary of the River Dee. The river Alyn rises at the southern end of the Clwydian hills in the Llandegla Moors and the Alyn Rossett and Gresford FlyFishers - Rossett and Gresford FlyFishers has a restricted number of places due to the fishing insurance. You may be told that the membership is full for this s Alyn Riverside Country Pub - Nestled on the banks of the River Alyn in the pretty village of Rossett, Wrexham, North Wales. The Alyn Riverside Country Pub the quality of the food, Christ Church Rossett - Christ Church is the parish church for Rossett with Holt & Isycoed, within the diocese of St Asaph, part of the Church in Wales. It sits alongsi Ruabon Railway Station - Bangor-on-Dee Bridge - Bangor-on-Dee Bridge is a five-arched stone bridge that spans the River Dee at Bangor-on-Dee (Bangor-ys-y coed). It dates from sometime about 1660 and Bangor on Dee Racecourse - Jump racing has been taking place at Bangor on Dee Racecourse since 1859 and is steeped in history. All the greatest jump jockeys have ridden here and The Golden Lion - The Golden Lion is situated in the heart of the picturesque Welsh village of Rossett. As renowned for its ghost stories as it is for food the Golden L
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