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Moel Famau

Moel Famau and Loggerheads Country Parks

Moel Famau is an impressive Country Park.Read

St Winifride's Well and Chapel

St Winefride's Well and Chapel

According to legend, St Winefride's Well first erupted at the spot where her would-be rapist Caradog cut off her head with his sword. Read

Greenfield Valley Heritage Park

Greenfield Valley Heritage Park and Basingwerk Abbey

Greenfield Valley Heritage Park is a country park covering 70 acres with woodlands, reservoirs, ancient monuments and industrial history close to Holywell.Read

Ewloe Castle

Wepre Country Park and Ewloe Castle

Wepre Park is a 160 acre woodland between Connah's Quay and Ewloe, Flintshire. Read

Mold Library, Museum and Gallery

Mold Library, Museum and Gallery

This museum traces the fascinating history of Mold. Read

Buckley Museum

Buckley Museum

The museum tells the story of Buckley's place as a major centre for the pottery and brick industries from medieval times through to the twentieth century.Read

Flint Castle

Flint Castle

Flint Castle is a late thirteenth-century stone keep and enclosure castle built by Edward I.Read

Point of Ayr Lighthouse

Point of Ayr Lighthouse

Point of Ayr is the northernmost point of mainland Wales and is north of Talacre, at the mouth of the Dee estuary. Read

Caergwrle Castle

Caergwrle Castle

Caergwrle Castle was built between 1277 and 1282 by Dafydd ap Gruffydd (brother of Llywelyn ap Gruffydd). Read

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