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Saint Dyfnog's church - one of the finest Medieval churches in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd,with its spectacular Jesse window and recently restored Hope-Jones Organ.
Steven Jones specialises in beach scenes and often works on commissioned paintings by using photographs. Details can be seen on the Commissions page.
Enter the world of the Welsh Mountain Zoo and you enter a world of natural wonder.
Bersham Heritage Centre, in the heart of the attractive Clywedog Valley, is Wrexham's centre for Industrial Heritage and home to the Museum Service's Industrial History collections.
Station House in Holywell.
Find mythical stories, intriguing characters and The Stone Circle as you navigate the snaking paths of a maze. Search for clues and win yourself a medal!
A popular family seaside resort with miles of sandy beaches, loads of attractions, amusements and a local harbour.
A sandy beach with rockpools and a promenade offering a safe haven for children to explore.
The local Tourist Information Centre provides information on attractions, activities and events in the area as well as offering advice and help on booking accommodation.
DangerPoint is an award winning interactive visitor centre on the North Wales Coast, open during school term time for schools and organised groups and during local school holidays for a fantastic family day out.
1 Gelli Fawr is a grade II* listed building in Whitford, Flintshire, Wales.
With 354 seats and a creative schedule including film, productions by local and national touring companies, ballet, opera, plays, pantomimes and concerts. Neuadd Dwyfor has so much to offer local people and visitors to the area.
Explore the abandoned workings of an old Welsh slate mine with one of Wales' top Mine Explorers. More than 130 years of mining history is captured inside awaiting discovery. Machinery, tools & inspirational stories of life in the mine
Old Palace in St Asaph.
Three distances to choose from: Half Brutal / The Brutal / Double Brutal
Flint is a town lying on the estuary of the River Dee. It was the county town of the historic county of Flintshire and today is the third largest town in Flintshire.
Once an important stop for travelers heading to and from London on the A5, Llangollen, situated on the banks of the River Dee is today a lively town with a range of places to stay, eat, shop and visit.
Set in a timeless, quiet valley this 16th-century gentry house has many of its original features, including a first floor solar open to the roof beams. It also has good claim to be the birthplace of the modern Welsh language.
Pottery, showroom, shop, picnic area, cafe, workshop tours, aviary, children's paint a pot and throw a pot facilities, located next to Lake Llyn Padarn. Groups catered for.
Self-guided tour includes video presentation, audio commentary on walkman, as well as geological, historical calligraphy and lettercutting exhibitions.