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Castell Dinas Bran Llangollen
#1 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Llangollen
The 360-degree views are marvellous, looking up to the Horseshoe Pass and the soaring limestone cliffs of the Eglwyseg Rocks, across to the Berwyn Mountains, and along the Vale of Llangollen, with the town nestlin...
Fabulous views over the vale of llangollen quite steep climb but easily do able can stop and rest on way up but well worth the effort
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Moel Famau Mold 8.4 km away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Mold
Beautiful walks, easier or harder routes to conquer.. take a picnic and hike to the top, settle down with your family, break out your picnic and take in the breath taking views... best of all .. it's free x
So long as the weather holds the spectacular view of firework displays across the Wirral, Liverpool and beyond is fabulous and amazing.
St. Margaret's Church Bodelwyddan
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Bodelwyddan
An impressive church - and a familiar landmark on the A55 so it was wonderful to be able to see inside.
It was also very peaceful inside when we could sit, relax and view the whole of the church at leisure.
Plas Newydd Llangollen
#2 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Llangollen
Beautiful gardens with fabulous topiary and free to wander and amazing views from there of Castell Dinas Bran.
Fascinating local history very well documented on site and the house is quite a work of act.
Llangollen Bridge Llangollen
#3 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Llangollen
Great and beautiful Llangollen I love you with all my heart and your wonderful bridge that welcomes visitors and locals alike .The view over the mystical river Dee ,the best sight you could ask for, the greenery a...
This beautiful historic bridge is a great place to stand and take in the scenic views you can see the well preserved victoriana railway station and watch the fast flowing river a perfect place to take some brillia...
Ruthin Gaol Ruthin
#1 of 7 Sights & Landmarks in Ruthin
really interesting place to visit, very informative and plenty of information and interactive videos to view both in english and welsh and at the right price too missus says she felt right at home there lol make s...
16 friends spent a weekend at Ruthin Castle,we explored the local area which is full of lovely views, delightful shops and places to eat .
Horseshoe Pass Llangollen
#4 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Llangollen
Stunning countryside , wonderful views , great walks, the ponderosa café /restaurant, good value food, welcomes motor cyclists, walkers, well everyone.
The winding road up and down offers gorgeous views also, watch out for the Abbey ruin on the ride up, also stunning and a brilliant aerial view.
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Bodelwyddan
Although the National Portrait Gallery was unquestionably impressive, It is now wonderful, and somehow more personal, to be able to explore the museum and view the Welsh art which is on display.
Very interesting castle with ghosts and seances.A wealth of portraits of Victorian writers and politicians.Mainly men.The grounds include trenches for training soldiers in the first world war.Tremendous views from...
Valle Crucis Abbey Llangollen
#5 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Llangollen
This is a great walk to do from Llangollen,it's quite steep in places but is well worth the effort.The ruins are stunning and so are the views,take a picnic with you sit back and admire you should definitely take...
... few times and it is always beautiful to see it (a bit creepy at night though), well worth a visit if you are in the area, and there is a little like tea shop next to it on the caravan site which is also pleasant.
Denbigh Castle Denbigh
#1 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Denbigh
Superb castle in the land of castles parking adjacent to the castle which is situated high above the town great views of the surrounding lands informative guidebook recommended hot drinks machine and toilets withi...
Fantastic Views From A Fantastic Castle.
Rhuddlan Castle Rhuddlan
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Rhuddlan
Superb views over to the Clwydian range and who can resist the urge to man the battlements and fire imaginary arrows at the attacking hordes - shop staff were great really engaging with the kids and happy to share...
Visited this wonderful Castle recently, you can see miles around from the man made steps so the view was very stunning.
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in St. Asaph
Cafe and mixed gender toilets on site.
#6 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Llangollen
Take time to stop off at Berwyn Station as here you can admire magnificent views down the Dee Valley.
Lovely view of mountains and river
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct Wrexham 22.5 km away
#1 of 16 Sights & Landmarks in Wrexham
Wonderful views walking over aqueduct, path a little narrow something to think about if you have little ones but there is a walk you can do to view the aqueduct and walk along the River Dee....well worth a visit!
Amazing place to visit must have a head for height s though great little shop and there a great little tea room on a barge gifts WOULD DEFINITELY RECOMMEND TO VISIT THIS PLACE AMAZING VIEWS
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#2 of 7 Sights & Landmarks in Ruthin
The garden was a bonus, much larger than expected, beautiful flowers and fruit, and with glorious views of the castle and the vale of Clwyd towards the coast.
Fabulous renovated gardens with views across to the castle (now a hotel but you can wander around the gardens and ruins.
#1 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Prestatyn
The people are friendly and if you stike it lucky you can have a FREE ride on a London Bus to view the town.
#7 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Llangollen
We had comfortable seats and a good view of the stage.
St. Winefride's Well & Shrine Holywell 21.2 km away
#1 of 7 Sights & Landmarks in Holywell
The small but we'll stocked shop is the precursor to one the best displays of a sites history that I've ever seen.
A deeply spiritual site, well worth a visit if you're in north east Wales.
Rug Chapel Corwen
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Corwen
Climb the narrow stairs to the gallery for the best views Excellent small exhibition and friendly member of staff in the visitor centre to answer all questions.
Ascend the stairs to the gallery (with care) for a closer view.
Bodrhyddan Hall Rhuddlan
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Rhuddlan
The house has limited opening hours but their web site have the details.
#2 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Prestatyn
Only a small site, little bigger than the size of a house.
I had just come to Prestatyn from Chester, which of course has many remnants of its Roman past, but I really found this site to be as special, if not even more so, than that celebrated city.
#3 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Rhyl
Flint Castle Flint 22.0 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Flint
This is a wonderful castle, mostly ruins but you can see the dungeons and is beautifully lawned with stunning view across the river dee to the Wirral.
A very short walk from Flint train station,and busy town ,to the splendour of Flint Castle,,not a lot remains of it,but what does is interesting,lying close to the Dee,with splendid views,across to the Wirral.
Erddig Wrexham 24.1 km away
#2 of 16 Sights & Landmarks in Wrexham
... the Yorke family always called either Simon or Philip have chronicled the staff of this treasure of stately homes, faithfully restored to its former glory by NT its a must visit site whilst in nth east wales.
good national trust venue wonderful grounds & gardens lovely house with history good food area,s wonderful views from the front of the house interesting old cars & blkes nice orchard lovely ponds good parking
St Mary's Church Mold 15.3 km away
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Mold
St Peter and St Eurgain Church Northop 18.8 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Northop
Lovely church and grounds are very well kept and vicar great was very good lovely personal service and registrar signed in the church in view of the crowd
#2 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Corwen
Followed the most direct route up and realised how unfit I was! Spectacular views from the top made it all worthwhile and circular track back down much easier.
Wonderful view along upper Dee valley
Techniquest Glyndwr Wrexham 23.5 km away
#4 of 16 Sights & Landmarks in Wrexham
Bring a picnic as they only sell snacks on site.
Minera Lead Mines Minera 18.5 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Minera
The lead mines, where there is parking and a restored site, lead onto more abandoned buildings - further on still and there is the fabulous Minera Quarry which employed 4000 people at one time.
You can park at the site of the Lead Mines museum (closed, but the Wrexham museum itself run open days).
Christ Church Prestatyn
#3 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Prestatyn
An Important Landmark in Prestatyn