The following attractions are located within 15 miles of CH74NT:
Fancy a fabulous day out with more than 11,000 amazing animals? Youre in the right place! Were the UKs top zoo, with 110 acres of award-winning enclosures and gardens to explore.Youll pack loads of exciting stuff into a day at Chester Zoo and even then youll probably want to come back for the rest!We have 110 acres of award-winning gardens to explore, and over 11,000 animals to discover.
Alyns Waters Country Park - Amusement Park in Wrexham, Flintshire County. Contact venue on telephone number 01978762122 for opening times, entrance costs, and attractions/rides available at this park.
Llangollen Wharf is one of the major attractions in the North Wales market town of Llangollen. From the Wharf you can embark on either a horse drawn boat trip along the feeder for the main canal, or a motorised aqueduct cruise which takes you across the famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct built by Thomas Telford.
Entrance fee: Adults £4.50 Children £2.50 Family £12
Chirk Castle is a 700 year old marcher fortress, which commands fine views over the surrounding countryside.Originally the 13th century castle, completed in 1310, was bought for £4800 in 1595 by Sir Thomas Myddelton a Welsh merchant.
In the Cheshire Military Museum we remember the Cheshire Regiment, Cheshire Yeomanry, the 3rd Carabiniers, the 5th Royal Iniskilling Dragoon Guards and the Eaton Hall Officer Cadet School. And several other small Cheshire units - some now long retired (often from bigger corps of the Army).
Stroll along reconstructed streets experiencing the sights, sounds and smells of Roman Chester. From the streets of Deva (the Roman Name for Chester), you return to the present day on an extensive archaeological 'dig', where you can discover the substantial Roman, Saxon and medieval remains beneath modern Chester.
Entrance fee: £4.25 / £2.50
Archaeological excavations are now taking place at the 2000 year-old Roman Amphitheatre - the largest stone-built arena of its kind in Britain - with finds being put on show in a new exhibition at the nearby Chester Visitor Centre. The building offers one of the best views of the site from its top-floor gallery.
These delightful religious sites are located close together in beautiful countryside just west of Corwen.Rug is a rare example of a little altered private 17th century chapel.
Entrance fee: Adults £3.60, Reduced rate £3.20
Ness Botanische opens to the public Friday 3 September. Winner of Best in Show and Gold Medal at RHS Show Tatton Park 2009, the garden was created by the garden designer and TV presenter Chris Beardshaw.
Entrance fee: Adults £6.50 Children £3.00
The site of the castle was probably occupied from the early Christian period, with the possibility that a native Welsh fortress was built on the site and was being used as a royal centre immediately before the building of the current stone castle. The current stone castle was begun by Henry de Lacy, 3rd Earl of Lincoln, to whom King Edward had granted the territory, shortly after the defeat of the last native Welsh prince, Dafydd ap Gruffudd, in 1282.
Entrance fee: Check with venue for ticket cost
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