Castles and Culture

Clwyd Theatr Cymru

Clwyd Theatr Cymru, in Mold, is the leading prodution theatre in Wales with an international reputation for its artistic achievements.

SepiaQuill - The National Archive of Wedding & Social Photography

The National Archive of Wedding and Social Photography stores real and virtual files from weddings, social gatherings and other events involving people throughout the ages.

Gladstone Library

Situated in the historic village of Hawarden,Gladstone’s Library was founded in 1889 by former Prime Minister, William Ewart Gladstone, Gladstone’s Library is a Grade 1 listed building and Britain's only residential library.

St Winefride's Well - One of the oldest Natural Assets in Flintshire

Legend has it that a spring erupted on the spot where an unwanted suitor, Caradog, cut off Winefride’s head when she spurned his advances. It has continued to be a place of pilgrimage and healing since the 7th century.

Flint Castle

Flint Castle was the first of many to be built by King Edward 1 in a chain of castles which were erected to encircle North Wales. Ruined since the end of the English Civil War 1647, it remains a majestic and dramatic sight perched as it is on the edge of the Dee Estuary.
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