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Family-Friendly Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, Flintshire
March to October daily, 10:00-16:30
Adults £6.70, Concessions £5.50, Children £3.90, Family £18.90

Fancy taking the kids (and perhaps even the dog) back to nature for a bit? Well there is no better place to do just that than the Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, which you will find just outside of Holywell in North Wales. The park covers around 70 acres of beautiful land, and goes into the history and heritage of the local farming community, which has its roots all the way back to the Tudor times.

There are lots of different activities for the children all year round, should the museum and the farm not prove stimulating enough. The Mega Tower Maze is one of the real stars of the show, but younger children will love the indoor soft play area and the Toddler Tractor Heaven. There’s also the more traditional swings for the whole family, as well as an adventure tree house for extra fun.

During school holidays, you can expect to find a wide range of different activities – these change day by day, so you’d be best off checking their website in advance for the current programme.

As for your canine friends, dogs are welcome in the Heritage Park as long as they are kept under control, and they must be on their leads when near the farm and the museum.

 

Image source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Stephen 

Image source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Phil Williams

Location

The Greenfield Heritage Park is located close to the River Dee, easily located from the A548 or A55. There is free all-day parking. 

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