Wrexham and its surrounding areas has plenty to offer its visitors.
Wrexham is the centre for education, culture, retail, industry
and business in North Wales.Here are just a few of the many places
you should visit during your stay.
Erddig Hall is a National Trust property set in a 1,200 acre country park.
It boasts a beautiful restored formal 18th century walled garden.
St. Giles Parish Church is one of the seven wonders of Wales. Building
work started in the 14th century. It has a 45 metre high steeple.
Pontcysyllte aqueduct is Wales newest World Heritage Site. It was built in
1805 by Thomas Telford and William Jessop. It is the longest and highest
aqueduct in Britain.
Llangollen is a pretty town nestled in a valley with the river Dee running
through it. The town is home to the annual International Musical
Eisteddfod where famous names like Pavarotti, Jose Carrerras and
Katherine Jenkins have performed.