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Greenfield Valley Heritage Park

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Been here and paid to get in and had a great time. Well worth the £20 for a family of 4. Went again... read more

Reviewed 4 November 2017
Elizabeth H
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We made a two hour pit stop to Holywell which included a 30 minute walk through the park , ending... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2017
Stacy D
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A seventy acre Heritage Park and Museum. The Park contains woodland, scheduled ancient monuments and five reservoirs. There is fishing, ticket required on the biggest pool, the Flour Mill Pool. The Museum has animals, a Maze, Adventure Treehouse, a...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Greenfield Rd, Holywell, Flintshire, Holywell CH8 7GH, Wales
+44 1352 714172
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Reviewed 2 days ago

ive been here a number of times and enjoyed every visit. the old cottages that were dismantled stone by stone and reassembled here, last time I went there was a lady demonstrating those early days of cooking,, I said its quece Lorraine, she said I...More

Thank Stanley C
Reviewed 15 May 2018 via mobile

It's been a long time since we walked up the valley to Holywell, people can't fish there any more. And the middle pool is over grown, what a shame no wild life on it any more. Is this lack of interest, definitely lack of maintenance...More

Thank richard c
Reviewed 18 April 2018

We took our 2 year old grandson there today, in the pouring rain. We walked the dogs up the valley first, and it was very nice and much as we remembered it from years ago. We then went into the museum and farm. The whole...More

1  Thank christina o
Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

Had a fantastic day the kids loved everything about it from the animals to the park. Lots for them to see an do they even enjoyed the old school room

1  Thank A5395OTpatriciam
Reviewed 4 November 2017 via mobile

Been here and paid to get in and had a great time. Well worth the £20 for a family of 4. Went again recently and just went to the Abbey and the cafe for lunch. The Abbey is great for kids who want to explore...More

Thank Elizabeth H
Reviewed 23 September 2017

I had heard that the farm had lost most of the animals and it is true. To add insult to injury there are statues of a cow and a horse ! The exhibitions are are good and the toy tractors for little ones to ride...More

1  Thank Bryn H
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

You can start your walk from any of the 4car parks and walk to the old abbey ruins and picnic and play game ideal for the children to run around,there also is a farm park which is a small charge to go in to pet...More

1  Thank c9mum
Reviewed 18 August 2017

Visited for the first time this week. If your tastes are for old abbeys, old mills and an historic well this is for you. Plenty of pleasant forest walking and a very good footpath from the Abbey at the bottom of the valley, past various...More

Thank Roger F
Reviewed 11 August 2017

First visit here and we were very impressed. Lovely cafe. Great play area my two sons (4 and 2) loved the water play area in particular. The maze, tractors and milking cow were also highlights. Lovely picnic area. Lots of places to look inside during...More

Thank CymruambythWales
Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

We made a two hour pit stop to Holywell which included a 30 minute walk through the park , ending up at St Winifred's Well . There are a Castle remains , a cafe, water views and a lovely walk surrounded by nature. I wish...More

Thank Stacy D
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