Wind your way to Wrexham

Wind your way to Wrexham

Wrexham is the largest town in the North of Wales, situated between the Welsh mountains and the lower Dee Valley. It enjoys a rich cultural and industrial history and offers plenty of places to explore and things enjoy on a day out by train.

Take a look at some of our favourite ways to enjoy a day in Wrexham below:

Indulge in some retail therapy with a day shopping at Eagles Meadow Shopping Complex. With over 63 shops, bars, restaurants and cafés to enjoy, plus a cinema showing all the latest releases, it’s a fantastic day out for everyone. Get there easily by train, simply hop off at Wrexham Central. Find out more here.

Take time to discover the beautiful woodland, grassland and riverside walks at Alyn Waters Country Park. The park has a visitor centre with a café selling hot and cold drinks and delicious cakes as well as a gift shop. Additionally, the kids will love the adventure playground and the chance to explore the local nature reserve. Entry is free but donations to the Friends of Alyn Waters are welcome. Hop off the train at Gwersyllt and enjoy a short walk to the Country Park to start your day. Find out more and plan your day out here.

Take a stroll through some local history with a visit to Wrexham Country Borough Museum. The museum boasts an eclectic collection of exhibits showcasing the stories of Wrexham and its people from prehistory to the present day. You can get there easily from Wrexham General and Wrexham Central stations, both just a 10-minute walk from the museum. Find out more and plan your day out here.

Getting to Liverpool by Wrexham is easy on the Borderlands Line. Around 27 services run daily from Bidston to Wrexham with services taking around an hour. Connecting services run from Wrexham Central to Chester, Crewe and Shrewsbury.

Find train times to suit you here or book tickets via the Transport for Wales site here.