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If you’re visiting Wrexham for the first time, the 16th century gothic Parish Church of St Giles, Wales’ biggest mediaeval church, whose bell tower dominates the skyline, will most certainly fascinate you. Visitors may climb up to the church roof for a bird’s-eye view, which is open all year (must be booked in advance). The tomb of Elihu Yale, a local benefactor, may be found inside the church grounds, to the south of the tower. Yale was the most generous supporter of the university that bears his name. In actuality, a copy of the structure may be found on the campus of Yale University, and it appears briefly in the film Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark.

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Devil's Bridge has been a famous tourist attraction for almost a century.
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They've been creating high-quality handcrafted spirits on their sustainable farm in West Wales since 2012.
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Take in history, sights and culture at Canoe Aqueduct tours Llangollen
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Bangor on Dee is a left handed jumps racecourse set in glorious countryside and overlooked by the Welsh hills.

Great Family Days Out

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The Museum of Ceredigion is a live link between the past and the present.
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Wrexham's newest and most exciting attraction, the Science Discovery Centre, is open to visitors of all ages!
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A stark symbol of power, the construction of Chirk Castle began around 1295 during the reign of the conquering Edward I in order to subdue the last princes of Wales.

Culture Vulture Days Out

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We take pleasure in presenting the work of local artists at Oriel Adrift Gallery. Oil paintings, driftwood sculptures, jewellery, and handcrafted cards are among his creations. they also have a "Retro Room" where the
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The Neolithic through Modern periods are represented in the Wrexham County Borough Museum.
North Wales - Wrexham
Sitting on a dramatic escarpment above the winding Clywedog river, Erddig tells the 250-year story of a gentry family’s relationship with its servants.