This is Wrexham! Your essential guide to getting out and about, in and around Wrexham

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This is Wrexham!



The team at ‘This Is Wrexham’ is 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.

Wrexham County Borough Council's Destination Management and Events team

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: Check in and check out the area’s wide range of B&B, self-catering, hotels, camping, glamping and more


community: Wrexham hosts many exciting festivals each year including international music events, book festivals and food and drink extravaganzas


: Wrexham offers a host of independent and high street shopping, with a range of craft shops and farm shops further afield 3 Contents Finding your way about: The city centre Wrexham County Borough 34 This is Wrexham: Find out why Wrexham is becoming one of the UK’s top ‘must visit’ destinations 4 Wrexham’s Top ten: Some of the best attractions and places to visit, as recommended by those in the know 8 This is Adventure: From AONB to sites of cultural and historic interest, don’t miss the county’s stunning landscape 10 this is Discovery: Whatever the weather, there is plenty to do, from galleries and museums, through to family-friendly attractions 12 This is Energy: It’s not just football, Wrexham offers a whole range of sporting activity – to watch or play – from rugby, tennis and golf, to fishing and horse racing 16
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With a fine selection of pubs, cafes and restaurants, Wrexham also showcases many local food and drink producers
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The Welsh language and culture are very important to Wrexham

Welcome to Wrexham!

Wrexham was granted City status in 2022. However, Wrexham town remains at its heart. A vibrant and modern city, it is also steeped in history and remains true to its roots, with echoes of its industrial past still evident today.

Wrexham has plenty to offer visitors, whether you are visiting for a few hours, a few days or longer. Culture, heritage, music, arts and science, as well as local food and drink, all have their part to play in what makes the area so diverse.

Wrexham is also home to the world-famous Wrexham AFC, which calls the oldest international football stadium its home. It hosts FOCUS Wales, an annual, international, multi-venue showcase music festival, which places the music industry spotlight firmly on emerging Welsh talent. There are areas of outstanding natural beauty, historic note and a UNESCO World heritage site.

Truly, there is something for everyone. 5


We’re very approachable

We look forward to introducing our city to you. Wherever you're from, you'll receive a warm welcome 6

Planes, trains and automobiles

Flying into Manchester or Liverpool? Wrexham is less than an hour away. Our road network is good, with the A483 and A55 connecting us. We also have a mainline railway station, conveniently located in town.

Within easy reach

It's an easy trip from the cities of Chester, Liverpool and Manchester, which are just across the border. Or our neighbouring town of Oswestry is just 16 miles away, and Shrewsbury is less than an hour by train or car.

Don't pass by

We work closely with our neighbours in Flintshire and Denbighshire, to showcase our wonderful area. Even if your ultimate destination is further into beautiful north Wales - perhaps for a Snowdonia adventure - Wrexham is definitely worth a detour or works well as a base. 7 THIS IS WREXHAM - 2023/24
Chester Chirk Aqueduct and Viaduct
Wrexham has a population in the region of 136,000 people



Xplore! Science

Discovery Centre


Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

Nicknamed the ‘Stream in the Sky’, the aqueduct carries the Llangollen canal 126ft high above the River Dee and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Tŷ Pawb

Opened in 2018, Tŷ Pawb is a multiaward winning, cultural community resource, bringing together arts and markets.


Chirk Castle

Xplore! offers science, exploration, and fun, through over 65 interactive science exhibits.


Wrexham AFC

No visit to Wrexham would be complete without a visit to the world’s oldest international football stadium.

As well as the 13thcentury Marcher castle, Chirk Castle also encompasses gardens, estate and farm. 8
Too much choice? Here’s a snapshot of some of the best attractions and places to visit in Wrexham, as recommended by those in the know

09 Erddig Explore a much-loved home, garden and estate filled with the stories of a family and their staff.


Ceiriog Valley Venture along the Ceiriog Valley, and enjoy great hospitality at The Hand or The West Arms in Llanarmon.


The Lemon Tree After a hard day seeing the sights, The Lemon Tree offers a locally sourced menu and boutique rooms for a great night’s rest.


St. Giles Parish Church This is a Grade 1 listed building and is recognised as one of the finest examples of ecclesiastical architecture in Wales.

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When you are ready for a break, this awardwinning café, with some of the coolest dishes in the city centre, is well worth a visit! 9
“A piece of heaven on earth”


Where fishes swim above flying birds

Take time to explore Wrexham

Beyond the city centre, there is lots to discover across the county. From hillsides and canal paths to riverbanks and farmland, the countryside is rich and varied. There is lots of walking, including a circular walk at Tŷ Mawr 10
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

However you get about

Whether you are driving around, walking, cycling or horse riding, there is so much to explore. And if wild swimming, kayaking or paddleboarding is more your thing, then

Look out for local wildlife


Lying next to the River Clywedog, Bersham was historically a major industrial centre in the area, but despite this the village still retains a rural feeling.

Clywedog Trail

The Clywedog Trail takes in Alyn Waters, the area’s largest country park in Wrexham, and Minera Lead Mines, offering a fascinating glimpse into its industrial past.

A stunning setting for your adventure

The Clwydian Range and Dee Valley is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) and offers 390 square kilometres of wonderful landscapes, a large part of this being situated in Wrexham County Borough.

Ancient woodland and natural pools

Plas Power Woods comprise 33.7 hectares of ancient woodland running along the River Clywedog between Coedpoeth and Bersham, while its weir provides a popular wild swimming and dipping location.

Clywdian Range

The stunning landscape of the Clywdian Range is a recognised area of outstanding natural beauty, offering peace and tranquillity to visitors.

Ceiriog Valley

Described as “A little bit of heaven on earth” by David Lloyd George, the area is full of fantastic walking and cycling routes. 11

Whatever takes your fancy 12
Chirk Castle

Chirk 13
Whether it’s science or nature, history or fantasy, whatever the weather, there is plenty to do, from galleries and museums, through to family-friendly attractions
Castle is the last Welsh castle from the reign of Edward I still inhabited today
Chirk Aqueduct Erddig Hall


Chirk Castle is notable for its gardens, with clipped yew hedges, herbaceous borders, rock gardens and terraces. It is surrounded by 18th century parkland

Beauty and history for everyone

As Europe’s largest conservation charity, the National Trust looks after nature, beauty, and history for everyone to enjoy. It has numerous stunning properties in the area, with Chirk Castle and Erddig Hall being two of the most well-known and visited. 14

Free-to-access parkland

Erddig Hall is a late 17th-century country house, which was

Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

This World Heritage site towers 126 feet above the River Dee, and whether you are walking, cycling or cruising across, it is an unforgettable crossing.

Xplore! is a Science Discovery Centre, with more than 100 hands-on interactive exhibits. It has been designed to challenge visitors’ understanding of science.

Visit a magnificent medieval fortress

Chirk Castle is a 13th-century Marcher castle, and includes 5.5 acres of awarding-winning gardens, 480 acres of working parkland, a predominately 18th-century model farm, shop, cafe and play areas curated by the National Trust.

Check out Wrexham Visitors Information Centre for more things to do!

Anglo Welsh Boat Trips

Located in the Trevor Basin, you can hire a canal boat for a day trip or a longer cruise. Or take a trip in Seren Fach, across the incredible Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.

Country Parks and Lead Mines

Visit some of the area’s country parks and at Minera check out the lead mines, which offer a fascinating glimpse into the industrial past of the beautiful Clywedog Valley.

TNR Outdoors

If you want to get the adrenaline pumping, TNR offers outdoor pursuits from canoeing to rock climbing and target sports. Although based in neighbouring Llangollen, they work across the whole 11-mile World Heritage Site. 15
Xplore! Erddig Hall
Chirk Castle

Wrexham AFC Victory Parade
The Racecourse is the world's oldest international football stadium

Scoring high with sport

Wrexham has hit the news recently with Wrexham AFC and its celebrity owners, Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds, but football is not the only sport in the city. Check out our top eight sports to watch or play!


The men’s and women’s teams at Wrexham AFC are worth a watch (Up the town!), or you might find some grassroots teams to check-out too.


Wrexham used to be home to the Rugby League team, the North Wales Crusaders. The team still has a huge following in the city, but the team train in nearby Colwyn Bay now. However, you can still visit Wrexham Rugby Club, where the Union team play. 17 THIS IS WREXHAM - 2023/24
Wrexham has finally made it back into the Football League after 15 long years



Wrexham Tennis Centre is open to all on a pay-as-you-go basis. It has indoor and outdoor courts and is one of the largest tennis facilities in the UK. It also hosts international events too.


There are a choice of high-quality golf clubs both in and around Wrexham, including Wrexham Golf Club and Clays Golf Centre. A little further afield you have Carden Park and Llangollen Golf Club too.

Horse racing

Fancy a flutter? With fixtures throughout the year, watching the jump racing at Bangor-on-Dee is a great way to spend the day. 18
Wrexham Golf Club is widely considered to be one of the country's top clubs
Wrexham Golf Club


There is a choice of swimming pools locally, from Waterworld in the city centre to Plas Madoc Leisure Centre. Alternatively, there are plenty of options for wild swimming locations too.


All this sport making you hungry?

Opened in 2022, Ial restaurant, on Chester Street in the city centre is a popular restaurant operated by young chefs at Coleg Cambria.

Racing has taken place at Bangor-on-Dee

Racecourse since 1859


Suitable for all, Commonwood Fisheries offers day tickets for one of the several pleasure lakes, including a choice of a carp 'runs water' or a dedicated catfish pool.


From sailing to model boats and dinghies, Gresford Sailing Club is ‘probably the smallest Sailing Club in the world’, but it is also a finalist for the prestigious RYA ‘Club of the Year 2023’ award. 19


Wrexham is historically one of the primary settlements of Wales

Expect the unexpected

The culture and heritage in Wrexham are as diverse and interesting as the people who live here. However, there are certain things that really shouldn’t be missed while you are visiting 20

One of the seven wonders of Wales

There has been a church on the site of St Giles Parish Church since at least the 11th century. However, today’s building dates mainly from the end of the 15th, beginning of the 16th century. The tower, 135 feet high, was complete in 1506 and on certain days you have the chance to climb

The Stiwt Theatre

The Stiwt is home to a beautiful 490 seat proscenium arch theatre and 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 again in 1999.

Gresford Colliery Wheel

The head gear wheel from Gresford Colliery stands just outside Gresford as a memorial to one of Britain’s worst coal mining disasters. The Gresford Disaster occurred on Saturday 22 September 1934, when 266 men died following an underground explosion.

The ‘Museum of Two Halves’

A new Football Museum for Wales and a redeveloped Wrexham Museum are currently being built in the current museum building on Regent Street in Wrexham. New galleries are being created to display the Wrexham Museum collections. Meanwhile, the new football museum will celebrate Welsh football, past and present. Visit to find out more while the project is in development.

Glyn Valley Tramway & Industrial Heritage Trust

The Glyn Valley Tramway Trust (GVTT) is working hard to reinstate the Glyn Valley Tramway as a steam heritage tramway. This will accurately replicate the narrow-gauge line that ran between Chirk and Hendre Quarry near Glyn Ceiriog between 1873 and 1935. The first section of the tramway from Chirk Station to a temporary station at Pontfaen (approximately one mile) is underway. 21
“The glory of the Marches”
Sir Simon Jenkins
St Giles Parish Church
Wrexham Museum


Wrexham’s top 10 places to eat and drink

Check out some of our favourites below, to give you an idea of just some of the super establishments you might want to try. Or why not drop into Tŷ Pawb for some amazing street food. Or check out our local producers selling their wares at the Wrexham Visitor Information Centre.


The Lemon Tree

A relaxed informal dining experience, offering AA Rosette award-winning food throughout the day from breakfast to afternoon tea, and a delicious dinner menu.


The Fat Boar

A stunning independent restaurant and bar in the heart of the town. Enjoy speciality coffee, real ales, or a choice of wines, cocktails, and gins, as well as great locally-sourced food and theme nights.


Carniboar Steakhouse

Sister restaurant to The Fat Boar, and located in the heart of Wrexham, Carniboar is a speciality steakhouse and grill. It offers great service with innovative cocktails and quality drinks.


Croes Howell

Croes Howell is a spectacular building with amazing views. It is a family and dog-friendly country pub, offering good, hearty food in a relaxed atmosphere.

Wrexham is fast becoming a dining hotspot in North Wales, and it's not difficult to see why with these great eateries below 22



Bank Street Social

A speciality coffee house, bar and multifunctional event space, Bank Street Social is featured in the respected Independent Coffee Guide run by the Gallanders brothers.


The Pant-yr-Ochain

Set down a long, sweeping drive with majestic trees, overlooking a small lake and surrounded by hills and hollows, the Pant yr Ochain is a wonderful country pub for food or drink.


The Hand at Llanarmon

Featured in the Michelin Guide, The Hand at Llanarmon is an ancient hostelry with bags of character, a relaxing ambience and a warm welcome, along with real ale and delicious award-winning food.


The Boat, Erbistock

Dating back to the mid-17th century, this beautiful riverside inn has all the 21st century amenities of a country pub, offering spectacular food, drink, and service in an idyllic setting.


The Bank Bistro

An independent, family-run bar and bistro, the Bank’s passion is for excellent, home-cooked food and first-class customer service. It specialises in locally-sourced, seasonal tapas dishes.


The Bridge End Inn

The award-winning Bridge End Inn in Ruabon features in the Good Pub Guide and although food is limited to bar snacks, you are welcome to bring a Chinese takeaway in from next door. 23 THIS IS WREXHAM - 2023/24
Nooks and crannies everywhere and history seeping through its veins


Whether you're here for business or pleasure, Wrexham offers a range of accommodation options for visitors to choose from

Depending on your budget, there is plenty of choice of places to stay, from comfortable hotels and inns, and interesting B&Bs, through to leisure and caravan parks, quirky barns, glamping and camping too

Here are just a few of our favourites: 24
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1. The Lemon Tree 2. Golly Farm Cottages 3. Plassey Leisure Park 4. Rossett Hall Hotel 5. Willington Lodge B&B 6. The West Arms 7. The Hand at Llanarmon 8. Wild Cherry Camping, Ceiriog Valley 9. Holt Lodge Hotel 10. Clays Touring Park 11. Rackery Retreat 12. The Ramada Plaza Wrexham 13. The Little Yurt Meadow Glamping


Let the good times roll

Wrexham hosts many exciting festivals throughout the year. From crafts and literary festivals, to carnivals, sailing regattas and walking festivals. With so many festivals, there is bound to be something that fires your imagination 26

Music and more FOCUS Wales is one of the highlights of Wrexham’s annual festival calendar. It is an international multi-venue showcase festival, which takes place within Wrexham. Welcoming over 20,000 people to the city each year, it is a jam-packed weekend of events, showcasing over 250 artists, across 20 stages, and hosting a full schedule of interactive industry sessions, arts events, and film screenings.

Food, glorious food

Wrexham Feast is Wrexham’s Food and Drink Festival. It offers a wide range of street food, bars and local and national food traders, along with a funfair and live entertainment. The weekend also features amazing cookery demonstrations from local chefs showcasing their incredible culinary skills and live music throughout the day and into the night.

Dickens! It’s Christmas

A key date in December is the Victorian Christmas Market. It has over 100 stalls selling a host of festive goodies and gifts alongside Victorian Street entertainers and a traditional carousel. The festival stretches from Queens Square to St Giles’ Church, and is always a festive treat. 27 THIS IS WREXHAM - 2023/24
Wrexham Feast transforms
Wrexham city centre into a foodie frenzy!


City centre shopping

In Wrexham you will find a number of shopping retail outlets, including Plas Coch, Island Green and Eagles Meadow where you will find many high street names. Also in the city centre is Tŷ Pawb, which is full of independent retailers, selling a wide range of goods. 28
The heart of Wrexham’s evolving cultural quarter

Indulge yourself

Wrexham boasts three indoor markets, a weekly Monday market and a regular rota of monthly markets in the city centre. There is also the high street and a number of shopping retail outlets

Further afield

Outside of Wrexham you will find a variety of shopping havens including the Plassey Shopping Village. The original Edwardian buildings house over 20 different outlets and are home to a unique retail experience, boasting boutiques, homemade crafts, jewellery, hair and beauty salons, ladies’ fashion, and outlets selling special gifts for you or family and friends.

Farm shops

There are also numerous farm shops including Bellis Brothers Farm Shop and Garden Centre. Bellis’ is an independently run family business located less than 9 miles from Wrexham on the outskirts of Holt. It offers a unique shopping experience with an extensive farm shop, award-winning garden centre, gift department, large restaurant and seasonal 'pick-your-own' produce.

Another farm shop worth visiting is Lewis’ Farm Shop in Eyton. Lewis’s was established in 2006, originally to sell fresh lamb directly from the family farm. The shop now stocks a greater selection of high quality, local produce.

Visitor Information Centre

Wrexham Visitor Information Centre can be found in the city centre. As well as providing a host of information on the local area, you will find a fascinating selection of local food and drink produce, as well as other Wrexham memorabilia, Welsh crafts and gifts. 29
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Clays Touring Park, Bryn Estyn Road, Wrexham LL13 9UB

Glamping at Commonwood Leisure, Buck Road, Holt LL13 9TF

Glamping at Hafod Las, Hafod Las, Cae Glas Lane, Minera, Wrexham LL11 3DB

Golly Farm Cottages, Golly, Rossett, Wrexham LL12 0AL

Holt Lodge Hotel, Wrexham Road, Holt, Wrexham LL13 9SW

Rackery Retreat, Rackery Lane, Llay, Wrexham LL12 0GD

Ramada Plaza Wrexham, Ellice Way, Wrexham LL13 7YH

Rossett Hall Hotel, Chester Road, Rossett, Wrexham LL12 0DE rossett-hall-hotel

The Hand Hotel, Llanarmon DC, Ceiriog Valley, Llangollen LL20 7LD

The Lemon Tree, 29 Rhosddu Road, Wrexham LL11 2LP

The Little Yurt Meadow, Mill Road, Bronington, Shropshire SY13 3HJ

Plassey Holiday Park, Eyton, Wrexham LL13 0SP

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The West Arms, Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog, Llangollen LL20 7LD

Wild Cherry Camping, Cherry Orchard, Halton, Wrexham LL14 5BG

Willington Lodge, Horseman's Green, Whitchurch SY13 3BZ


Trevor Basin Visitor Centre, Station Rd, Trevor, Llangollen LL20 7TY

Chirk Castle National Trust, Chirk LL14 5AF wales/chirk-castle

Commonwood Leisure, Buck Road, Holt LL13 9TF

Erddig National Trust, Erddig, Wrexham LL13 0YT wales/erddig

Freedom Leisure – Waterworld, Bodhyfryd, Wrexham LL13 8DH centres/wrexham-waterworld

Minera Lead Mines, B5426, Minera, Wrexham LL11 3DU

Plas Madoc Leisure Centre, Llangollen Road, Acrefair, Wrexham LL14 3HL,

St Giles Parish Church, Church Street, Wrexham LL13 8LS stgilesparishchurchwrexham.

Stiwt Arts Trust Ltd, Broad Street, Rhosllanerchrugog, Wrexham LL14 1RB

Tea with Sheep, Rossett, Wrexham LL12

TNR Outdoors, Mile End Mill, Berwyn Street, Llangollen LL20 8AD

Tŷ Pawb, Market Street, Wrexham LL13 8BB

Wrexham AFC, Mold Road, Wrexham LL11 2AH

Wrexham Museum, County Buildings, Regent Street, Wrexham LL11 1RB

Wrexham Town Trails, 7 Wellington Road, Wrexham LL13 7PE

Wrexham Visitor Information Centre, Chester Street, Wrexham LL13 8BE

Xplore! Science Discovery Centre, Henblas Street, Wrexham LL13 8AE 30

Cafes, pubs and restaurants

Bank Street Social, 5 Bank Street, Wrexham LL11 1AH

Bellis Brothers Farm, Wrexham Road, Holt, Wrexham LL13 9YU

Bridge End Inn, Bridge Street, Ruabon, Wrexham LL14 6DA

Caffi Cyfle @ Alyn Waters, Alyn Waters Country Park, Mold Rd, Wrexham LL11 4AG

Caffi Wylfa, Castle Road, Chirk, Wrexham LL14 5BS

Carniboar Steakhouse, 38-41 High Street, Wrexham LL13 8HY

Commonwood Leisure, Buck Road, Holt LL13 9TF

Croes Howell Restaurant, Straight Mile, Rossett, Llay, Wrexham LL12 0NY

The Cross Foxes, Erbistock, Wrexham LL13 0DR

Fat Boar Wrexham, 11 Yorke Street, Wrexham LL13 8LW

Holt Lodge Hotel, Wrexham Road, Holt, Wrexham LL13 9SW

Jones' Fish & Chip Shop and Café, 43 St George's Crescent, Wrexham LL13 8DB

Levant Kitchen and Bar, Chester Street, Wrexham LL13 8BA

Lot 11, 11 Hill Street, Wrexham LL11 1SN

Maesgwyn Hall, Mold Road, Wrexham LL11 2AF

Magic Dragon Brewery, 13 Charles Street, Wrexham LL13 8BT

Pant yr Ochain, Old Wrexham Road, Gresford, Wrexham LL12 8TY pantyrochain/

Pontcysyllte Chapel Tearoom, Bryn Seion Chapel, Station Road, Trevor, Llangollen LL20 7TP

The Bank, 43 High Street, Wrexham LL13 8HY

The Boat at Erbistock, Erbistock, Wrexham LL13 0DL

The Delph, Bethania Road, Acrefair, Wrexham LL14 3TR

The Hand Hotel, Llanarmon DC, Ceiriog Valley, Llangollen LL20 7LD

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The Lemon Tree, 29 Rhosddu Road, Wrexham LL11 2LP

The Turf, Mold Road, Wrexham LL11 2AH

The West Arms, Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog, Llangollen LL20 7LD

Toast Café and Deli, 20 Charles Street, Wrexham LL13 8BT


Bellis Brothers Farm Shop and Garden centre, Wrexham Road, Holt, Wrexham LL13 9YU

Sports and music

Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse, Althrey Ct, Bangor-on-Dee, Wrexham LL13 0DA

Froncysyllte Male Voice Choir


Wrexham Chauffeurs, 38 Ithens Way, Wrexham LL13 7EQ 01978 253815

Wrexham and Prestige Taxis, Brooke Street, Wrexham LL13 7LU 01978 357777

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Top 10 Insta-worthy locations in Wrexham

1. Follow the City Centre mural trail and track each of the stops with photographic evidence

2. No trip to Wrexham would be complete without a photo outside the grounds of the iconic Wrexham AFC

3. On top the world – or at least the top of the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

4. Trackside at Bangor-on-Dee races

5. Get your photo taken having a pint in The Turf – and if you are lucky, Wayne might be there too!

6. Wild swimming at Bersham

7. Climb the 149 steps up the tower in St Giles and get a photo from the top of one of the seven wonders of Wales

8. Fit for a King? Chirk Castle boasts plenty of insta-worthy spots

9. Join the miner and the steelworker at The Arc

10. Tea with sheep – yes, really!

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