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Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, Holywell
Categories: History Museums, Nature & Parks, Museums
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Visited Greenfield Park having been before but only to view the abbey there. This time we were going to walk the dog around and up to Holywell but got chatting to the museum assistant who told us that... read more »
There are a number of free car parks and the toilets are located in the visitor centre and are well maintained. We walked around the heritage park, followed the trails through the woodland and walked ... read more »
I visited here after reading the reviews. The valley park has lots to offer for a great day out not just the heritage museum. I parked in the north car park ( the closest towards the river Dee ). As t... read more »
Love the valley but need some litter picking at the moment & to re-open that footpath
staff are very helpful & Friendly. Highly recommend to our customers. Season tickets are a bargain. Call in and let your little ones enjoy the playground, as well as the fantastic events they hold.
A very well maintained and reasonably priced farm park which is a bit of a cross between the usual working farm parks and a historical reconstruction like Saint Fagans folk museum in Cardiff, though on a small scale. Don't miss the Victorian Schoolrooms and kids activities area, through the underpass. Very helpful and pleasant staff. Great for a few hours with youngsters. The rest of the Heritage Park is a glorious mix of ruined Abbey, and Industrial Heritage. Several feeder reservoirs above ruined mills and a strip of ancient woodland provide a walk, full of interest, that wends its way up the valley almost to the Holy Well. Sadly the last few metres are spoiled by a badly maintained area of current industry and the path here is badly waymarked. Just head right to the main road. The cafe before the Holy Well entrance is worth a visit.
Disappointing parts of the play area; weeds, unkempt grassy areas. The musical garden - no instruments, weeds abound, potential hazards too. Water play area - no running water.
Great for walking with the dog. Or for the historical aspects. Prefer it during the winter months.
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