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Some of the Free Entry places in Wales that you can visit without paying for a ticket – all you need is the knowledge

Welsh Free Family Entry Attractions, Heritage Sites, Events,
Museums, Galleries. Listed by region. Free things to do with Kids



North East Wales

Denbighshire - Flintshire - Wrexham

There are 6 Free Entry listings in North East Wales

Map of the Regions of Wales CLICK HERE


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Alyn Waters Country Park,
Off the A541, Gwersyllt, Wrexham

MAP

The largest country park in the area. The park is located on both sides of the River Alyn. With riverside and woodland walks, cycle path, children's adventure playground, nature reserve and much more!

The park's visitor centre houses exhibitions about the natural history of the area and a refreshment vendor.

Owned and operated by Wrexham Council.

Free parking

Open: All year round

Admission Free

Tel 01978 762122

Web site: www.wrexham.gov.uk


Bersham Heritage Centre and Iron Works,
Off the B5099, Bersham, Wrexham Borough

MAP

A late 18th Century Iron Works founded by the Victorian entrepreneur John Wilkinson.

Owned and operated by Wrexham Council

Free parking

Open: All year round Thurs - Mon. 10.00 - 1630.
Except Sat 12.00 - 1630

Admission Free

Tel 01978 261528

Web site: www.wrexham.gov.uk



Caergwrle Castle, Caergwrle, Flintshire, Wales

Caergwrle Castle, Caergwrle, Flintshire, Wales

Open 24/7 - MAP Caergwrle Castle (Ruins)

Caergwrle Castle (Ruins), also known as Queen's Hope in scholarly texts, is located in the small town of Caergwrle, in Flintshire, Wales. It was the final castle to be built by Welsh rulers before the loss of Welsh independence in 1283.


Llangollen Museum
Parade Street, off Castle Street,
Llangollen, Denbighshire

Discover a little of the fascinating history of the borderlands of Wales. The heritage of the region, from the Stone Age, through the Romans and the Normans. Find out about the people and places, stories, myths and legends and many other areas of the history.

Open daily 10.00 - 1800

Admission is Free

Parking close by

Tel: 01978 862862

email: enquiries@llangollenmuseum.org.uk



Minera Lead Mines and Country Park,
Off the B5426, Minera, Wrexham

MAP

Records show that there has been lead mining in the area since Roman times. Today the lead mine has been preserved by Wrexham Borough Council and is open to visitors.

A tour of the site takes you on a fascinating trip into the industrial history of the area and shows the whole lead mining process from beginning to the end.

You can even try panning for lead!

The Country Park has some of the most beautiful countryside in the area and is well worth the visit just for that alone. Walk the disused railway line route or extend your walk along the 8 mile long Clywedog Trail. The trail takes you to the Bersham Iron Works & Heritage Centre, and beyond to Erddig Estate.

Owned and operated by Wrexham Council.

Free parking - except Sun if there is a special event, when parking is £1.

Open: All year round Thurs - Mon. 10.00 - 1630.
Except Sat 12.00 - 1630

Admission Free

Tel 01978 261528.

Web site: www.wrexham.gov.uk


Moel Famau, Border of Denbighshire and Flintshire, Wales

Moel Famau and Jubilee Tower - Elevation 555 m (1818ft)

Moel Famau is a hill and country park in Wales. Its peak straddles the border between the counties of Denbighshire and Flintshire.

The park is an important part of the Clwydian Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The heather provides food and shelter for wildlife, such as Red Grouse, European Stonechat and Eurasian Curlew.

The Jubilee Tower on the peak of Moel Famau was a tower built to commemorate the golden jubilee of George III in 1810. A storm in 1862 reduced the impressive Egyptian-style monument to the base that can be seen today. The remains of the tower are at the highest point in the park, and indeed the whole of the Clwydian Range, at 554 m (1818 ft).

The Jubilee Tower is located at OS Grid reference SJ161626, MAP at the heart of the Moel Famau country park.


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Ty Mawr Country Park,
Off the B5605, Nr Cefn-Mawr,
Wrexham Borough

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A wonderful country park. located on the banks of the River Dee. With riverside and woodland walks, views over the Vale of Llangollen. The park has traditional farm animals - which you can feed and children's play area - and much more!

There is access to the Offa's Dyke Path, Llangollen Canal, Cefn Viaduct and the famous Pontcysyllte Viaduct.

The park's visitor centre houses a small shop and refreshment vendor. Free parking.

Owned and operated by Wrexham Council.

Open: All year round.

Admission Free.

Tel 01978 822780.

Web site: www.wrexham.gov.uk


Yale Memorial Gallery, Yale College, Wrexham

Yale College's main campus is situated in the heart of Wrexham, adjacent to the main bus station and close to the shopping centre, public library and other central facilities. The Yale Memorial Gallery features touring exhibitions and resident collections as well as the Regional Print Centre.

Open: Mon to Fri, 10.00 - 16.00

Admission Free

Tel 01978 311794 ext 2291 for details of forthcoming events, exhibitions and times.



Below this line, in the grey area, we are adding alternative days out to the Free listings that DoFreeStuff is renowned for. This is to help you plan your family days out. The attractions listed below make a charge for admission!


Alice in Wonderland Centre
The Rabbit Hole, 3-4 Trinity Square, Llandudno, N.E. Wales LL30 2PY, Tel: 01492 860082

Bodelwyddan Castle
Bodelwyddan, North East Wales
LL18 5YA, Tel: 01745 584 563

Bodrhyddan Hall
Rhuddlan, Rhyl, North East Wales
LL18 5SB, Tel: 01745 590 986

Erddig
Wrexham, North East Wales
LL13 0YT, Tel: 01978 355 314

Llangollen Railway
The Station, Abbey Road, Llangollen, North East Wales
LL20 8SN, Tel: 01978 860 979

Map of the Regions of Wales CLICK HERE

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