Greenfield Valley

Greenfield Valley

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Get tickets for a great day out of nature, heritage and history at Greenfield Valley Museum and Park

Welcome to Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, in one and a half miles you can explore an exciting 70 acres of woodland and 2000 years of history with lakes, streams, ancient monuments and historic factories around every corner.

What to expect at Green Valley

  • Visit the Museum and Visitor Centre to learn more about the amazing history – 800 years of heritage to discover. Find out about agriculture, social and industrial history.
  • With a giant adventure playground, educational activities and a changing programme of events there is something for all ages. 
  • Lots of family fun - Come and play in the wonderful adventure tree house, explore the tunnel maze and make a splash with the water games. 
  • Come and explore over 1000 years of history at Basingwerk Abbey in a peaceful green environment. Wander through the ruins of rooms where the monks used to live, work and pray.
  • Discover the wildlife - Once home to industry, noise and pollution, it is now a haven for wildlife. The many pools left by the factories attract numerous bird life and mammals from Kingfishers to Swans & Badgers.

The Greenfield Valley Museum

After exploring the ruins in the Valley, why not find out more at the museum. Set up in the 1980s, the museum focuses on Greenfield’s farming and industrial past.

Renovated in 2016 with up to date colourful displays and interactives, the museum is a great way to find out more about the surprising importance of Greenfield as a centre of industry.

There are also many historic farm buildings to explore. Find out what life was like for a Tudor farmer and his family.

Enjoy beautiful walks and wildlife around Greenfield

At just over a mile long and with ancient monuments scattered throughout, the Greenfield Valley has a lot to offer. Starting at either end, St Winefride’s Well or Basingwerk Abbey, the Valley affords spectacular walks through shady woodland beside the ancient Holywell stream.

Once home to industry, noise and pollution, it is now a haven for wildlife. The many pools left by the factories attract numerous bird life and mammals. Kingfishers, Yellow Dippers, Swans, Badgers and Foxes all make the Valley their home.

Don't miss out on a beautiful day out with the whole family, get tickets here and have them delivered instantly via email and SMS!

Greenfield Road,
Clwyd CH8 7GH

How to Find Us

By Car:

It’s just down the road from the A55, and the main coastal road (A548) provides easy access from the M56 and other major motorways. If you’re coming from Liverpool or Manchester, it’s only an hour’s drive away

By Train:

The nearest train station is in Flint, which is close to Greenfield Valley. You can easily reach the train station via local bus routes, with stops near the valley for you to start exploring.

  • Museum
  • Tearoom
  • Bistro
  • Gift Shop
  • Toilets
  • Parking

Yes! It is a dog-friendly site and the staff welcome your canine companions.

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