About 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 former corn mill is a great location for walkers or a family visit.

Nant Mill is located on the Clywedog Valley Trail, which winds for 6.5 miles through glorious countryside from Minera Lead Mines, through Nant Wood and Plas Power Wood, where Offa's Dyke can be seen, passed the Bersham Iron Works and Heritage Centre, the impressive Erddig Estate and on to King's Mill in Wrexham.

Equipped with a strong pair of walking shoes, the Clywedog Trail offers excellent access to some of Wrexham's best countryside.
For those who don't wish to venture too far there are always lots of activities at Nant Mill to keep you entertained. For the youngsters there is a giant reconstruction of a mole tunnel, complete with worms! There is also a children's play area, easily accessible stream and picnic site.

Nant Mill is located on the Clywedog Trail, which winds for eight miles through glorious countryside, from Minera Lead Mines and Country Park, through Plas Power Woods, Offa's Dyke, Bersham Heritage Centre & Iron Works to the stately Erddig Estate.


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