It's our exhilarating stream in the sky. Our horseshoe of
waterfalls in North East Wales. Our beautiful canal. Not one but
two aqueducts. Our World Heritage Site. Breathtaking!
A clear bright day in December saw the amazing spectacle that
was an abseil down the aqueduct. Not a daredavil stunt for fun, but
a serious clean up of some of the vegetation growing on the iconic
structure. Find out more about this amazing job!
The Aqueducks and Wrexham County Borough Council have
commissioned this piece of Community Art,
which helps make the Wimbourne Gate area of the World Heritage
Site more welcoming for all...
So it's been and gone, the sun shone, a good time was had by
all. We enjoyed amazing music, picnics with friends and family and
were wowed by fireworks over the aqueduct. Take a peep here and
re-live Underneath the Arches 2014.
Every story has a beginning. Thi…
They call it 'the stream in the …
"A piece of heaven on earth." To…
A National Trust gem nestled right next to our World Heritage Site.
Wrexham's very own 'upstairs downstairs.' An elegant house and manicured gardens.
Sheep, donkeys, pigs, rabbits, chickens and lots of other resident animals to look at.
Feel the burn in Wrexham biggest country park, with six calorie-counted walks.
A great day out in the heart of Wrexham's countryside.
Discover the incredible story of John 'Iron Mad' Wilkinson.
Set in the beautiful Clywedog Valley. Perfect for explorers.
Watch the wildlife from the birdhide. Or even race a rubber duck!
4x4 off road driving, multi-activity days, archery and quad biking.
The biggest and only dedicated climbing centre in the area.
A retail retreat in Wrexham's lush countryside.
Comedy, opera or drama. There's something for everyone at the Stiwt.
Meet the museum's most famous inhabitant - 3,500 year old 'Brymbo Man.'
A steeple that can claim to be one of the Seven Wonders of Wales.
A great gallery where you can see the very best contemporary art and craft.
You'll find beautifully situated golf courses across Wrexham.
Beautiful steam railway starting at Llangollen, travelling 7 1/2 miles upstream to Carrog.
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal sits within a beautiful area of North East Wales. Come and find us.
Our one minute quirky take on Pontcysyllte!
“@CygnetsMunchies: We’re showing off our Great Pontfadog Oak Cygneture Burger to @DestinationWxm today #WrexhamBurger ow.ly/i/8pbuI
Retweeted by @Pontcysyllte
Very proud of our #Wrexhamburger you have until the 16 February to try for yourself @wardsbutchers @patchworkfoods http://t.co/KUB3MEYqQz
The Pontfadog Oak Tree - 1200 years old & Wales’ oldest tree til it fell in 2013 ow.ly/I0t0I #WrexhamBurger
Choose a month to see what's going on.
There's always plenty happening around the World Heritage Site.
Take a look.
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