St Mary’s Church, Chirk

Visiting here will reward you with historical art and artefacts

An impressive Grade 1 listed building, St Mary’s Church is located in the town centre at the southern end of Chirk.

St Mary’s church is an impressive Grade 1 listed building and is mostly 15th century with some remnants of an earlier building. It has a remarkable collection of 18th century memorials of the Myddelton family, former owners of Chirk Castle, and the Trevor family, the former chief local landowners. The church also contains some restored and painted roof carvings of buildings and strange looking animals and several examples of heraldic arms.

The church was known by the dedication of St Tysilio until the late 15th or early 16th century, when it was re-directed to Saint Mary. It can be found in the town centre, at the southern end of Chirk. Please check opening times before visiting.


Nearest car park + postcode: Chirk Carpark, Colliery Road, LL14 5DH
Nearest rail station: Chirk
Nearest town: Chirk


St Mary's Church, Chirk, Wrexham