Greenfield Valley Museum & Heritage Park

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Greenfield Valley Museum & Heritage ParkGreenfield Valley Museum & Heritage Park

The 70 acre Greenfield Valley Heritage Park and its focal point, the Museum and Farm, is owned by Flintshire County Council and managed by The Greenfield Valley Trust Ltd, a registered charity. The Trust was established in 1992 from the Greenfield Valley Volunteers Association.

The aim of the Trust is to promote the environmental and industrial heritage of the site for all visitors and users of the Greenfield Valley's amenities.As a charity, the Trust is non-profit -making with all income from admissions to the Greenfield Valley Museum & Farm being used for the development of the Valley and the maintenance of the Trust's collection.

Flintshire County Council funds staffing for the day to day operation of the 70 acre site.

Author's Review

This is the only attraction we have in this immediate area, but once you've visited, you will certainly now why we had to include it. This attraction really took me by surprise, I have lived in the area for many years and before being an author of these books, I never knew this attraction existed! Upon arriving and parking your car in the bottom car park, you will take a short walk up to the Heritage Park, once arriving you are transported back in time to a village that once was. This attraction is truly an attraction within an attraction. There is so much to see and do here and the entrance to the Heritage Park is free, however there is a small fee to visit the Museum and Farm, but in my opinion its well worth the small fee to visit and the kids will love it.

 

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Holywell, CH8 7GH

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