Bodelwyddan Castle & Park

Near Rhyl LL18 5YA

Bodelwyddan Castle is a Victorian country house museum with acres of parkland, gardens, family-friendly galleries and events throughout the year. We are a regional partner of the National Portrait Gallery with beautifully restored Victorian rooms providing a spectacular setting for enjoying the 19th century displays.

Denbigh Museum

Grove Road
Denbigh LL16 3UU

The museum interprets the history of Denbigh showing its origins as a mediaeval settlement and its development as a cultural and industrial centre. Items featured include the town's mediaeval charters, interpretation of the castle and town.

Llangollen Museum

Parade Street
Llangollen LL20 8PW

Discover a little of the fascinating history of this unique area in the borderlands of Wales. Llangollen Museum will guide you through some of the different aspects of the heritage of the region, from the Stone Age, through the Romans and the Normans and on into the last two centuries.

Llanrwst Almshouses & Museum

1 - 12 Church Street, Ancaster Square
Llanrwst LL26 0BP

The Llanrwst Almshouses were constructed in 1610 by Sir John Wynn of Gwydir to house twelve poor men of the parish. For four hundred years they continued to provide shelter until 1976 when the buildings closed. Collections: The Trust currently holds a collection of over a hundred items relating largely to the rural Conwy Valley - a number of items are associated with the renowned Llanrwst Bards of the late 19th century.

Minera Lead Mines

Wern Road
Minera LL11 3DU

Do you know what kibbles, buddles and jigs are? Find out at Minera Lead Mines Visitor Centre, where you can learn more about the lives of the miners and explore where they worked at the remains of the 19th century lead processing works.

Plas Newydd, Llangollen

Hill Street
Llangollen LL20 8AW

At the turn of the 18th century Llangollen was well-known for being the home of the Ladies of Llangollen: Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby. The romantic story of their elopement from their families in Ireland, their journey to Wales and their setting up home at Plas Newydd captured the imagination of Regency society.

Rhyl Library Museum & Arts Centre

Church Street
Rhyl LL18 3AA

Rhyl Museum displays a history of the town and its people. Walk along the pier and view the mural of Rhyl in the Edwardian period.

Ruthin Gaol

Clwyd Street
Ruthin LL15 1HP

Ruthin Gaol opened in May 2002. The building was a prison from 1654 to 1916 and you can now see how prisoners lived their daily lives and how the prison worked.

Sir Henry Jones Museum

Y Cwm, Llangernyw
Abergele LL22 8PR

Visit this fascinating museum of Welsh rural life and find out about Henry Jones and the story of his struggle for educational reform. Wander through the tiny kitchen and bedroom where the family of six ate and slept, and see the displays on Victorian life in a typical Welsh community.

Wireless in Wales Museum

Canolfan Iaith Clwyd Pwll Y Grawys
Denbigh LL16 3LF

The Gwefr Heb Wifrau - Wireless in Wales - is a small radio museum with a difference. With its emphasis on the history of broadcasting in Wales, the influence of broadcasting on our national identity and the contribution of the Welsh to the development of wireless technology this museum is unique.

Wrexham County Borough Museum & Archives

County Buildings, Regent Street
Wrexham LL11 1RB

Wrexham County Borough Museum & Archives was originally the barracks for the Royal Denbighshire Militia; later the building became the town's police station and court house. The museum has three galleries: the main gallery is a family friendly space which introduces visitors to the history of Wrexham and displays some of the star items in the museum's collection. Collections: Archives and local history of Wrexham and the Borderlands. Highlights of the collection include: brick, tiles and terracotta collection from local manufacturers, clocks made locally, bakelite ware collection and the Welsh Football Collection.