Attractions

Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

The stream in the sky!

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Bangor on Dee Races
Bangor on Dee Races

Horseracing at Bangor on Dee racecourse.

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Chirk Aqueduct
Chirk Aqueduct

Chirk aqueduct with its Darkie tunnel and viaduct.

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Erddig Hall
Erddig Hall

National Trust's 18th century country house Erddig, Wrexham, Wales.

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Chirk Castle
Chirk Castle

A Medieval castle with over 700 years of history and award winning gardens.

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Horse Drawn Boats
Horse Drawn Boats

Llangollen Wharf horse-drawn canal boats.

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Mountain Biking
Mountain Biking

Mountain bike trails for all abilities located at Coed Llandegla Forest near Wrexham.

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Hawkstone Follies
Hawkstone Follies

Historic woodland with cliffs, crags, caves and monuments built over 200 years ago. North of Shrewsbury.

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LLangollen Railway
LLangollen Railway

10 miles of Heritage Railway Through the Stunning Dee Valley.

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Emral Gardens Caravan Park Is an ideal base from which to explore North Wales and the Border counties.

 

The Welsh mountains and valleys with their spectacular scenery are on your doorstep and there are plenty of places of interest within easy driving distance of the park. 

 

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One excursion which is popular with tourists is to to cross the World Heritage Site of Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, ‘the stream in the sky”. Cross it on foot or by boat....if you dare!