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Tourist Information

Things to see & do in Mold

Mold is a charming town located in North Wales. With its rich history, cultural heritage, and beautiful surroundings, Mold offers a delightful experience for visitors.

From Mold, you can easily access other attractions in North Wales, such as the historic city of Chester, the beautiful Clwydian Range, and the seaside town of Rhyl.

Here's some essential tourist information to help you make the most of your trip 

Mold Castle:
Explore the ruins of Mold Castle, a medieval fortress that dates back to the 12th century. While the castle is mostly in ruins, it offers a glimpse into the town's historical past and provides a lovely vantage point to admire the surrounding landscape.

Theatre Clwyd:
Visit Theatre Clwyd, a renowned arts complex that hosts a diverse range of performances, including theatre, music, dance, and exhibitions. Check their schedule for upcoming shows and events during your visit.

Bailey Hill:
Take a leisurely stroll up Bailey Hill, an ancient motte-and-bailey fortification. Enjoy panoramic views of the town and the surrounding countryside from the top.

Local Markets:
Don't miss the Mold Market, held twice a week, offering a vibrant mix of fresh produce, local crafts, and unique goods. It's a great place to taste some delicious Welsh treats.

St. Mary's Church:
Visit St. Mary's Church, an impressive medieval church with beautiful stained glass windows and a peaceful atmosphere.

Loggerheads Country Park:
Just a short drive from Mold, Loggerheads Country Park is a picturesque nature reserve. Enjoy scenic walks along the River Alyn, explore the wooded trails, and discover the stunning limestone cliffs.

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