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Top things to do in Flintshire

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Ranked #1 of 15 attractions in Flintshire
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Moel Famau (Mold)
Ranked #2 of 15 attractions in Flintshire
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #3 of 15 attractions in Flintshire
Category: Parks; Outdoors
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Wepre Park (Connah's Quay)
Ranked #4 of 15 attractions in Flintshire
Category: Parks; Outdoors
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Ranked #5 of 15 attractions in Flintshire
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #6 of 15 attractions in Flintshire
Category: Parks; Outdoors
Owner description: A seventy acre Heritage Park and Museum. The Park contains woodland, scheduled ancient monuments and five reservoirs. There... more » Owner description: A seventy acre Heritage Park and Museum. The Park contains woodland, scheduled ancient monuments and five reservoirs. There is fishing, ticket required on the biggest pool, the Flour Mill Pool. The Museum has animals, a Maze, Adventure Treehouse, a Water play area, an indoor soft play a Tudor Farm House, Victorian Farm House and school. There are exhibitions on Farming equipment and the history of the Greenfield Valley. For children there is a large Maze, Tractor Heaven and daily events during the school holidays and at weekends( from April - end of October ) « less
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Ranked #7 of 15 attractions in Flintshire
Category: Cemeteries; Cultural
Owner description: Pet Cemetery, within award winning grounds and a home made food cafe. Enjoy a stroll around the award winning grounds of the... more » Owner description: Pet Cemetery, within award winning grounds and a home made food cafe. Enjoy a stroll around the award winning grounds of the pet cemetery and discover a place where the beautifully manicured gardens, statues, memorials, visitor centre & chapel are all dedicated to pets.All well behaved pets are welcome in our cafe, serving delicious home cooked food. The visitor cafe is open from 10am to 5pm.Visitors welcome at all time 7 days a week.Pet funeral services enquiries can be made 24/7. « less
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Flint Castle (Flint)
Ranked #8 of 15 attractions in Flintshire
Category: Ancient Ruins; Castles; Cultural
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Hawarden Castle (Hawarden)
Ranked #9 of 15 attractions in Flintshire
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Ranked #10 of 15 attractions in Flintshire
Category: Horse Tracks; Outdoors
Bailey Hill (Mold)
Ranked #11 of 15 attractions in Flintshire
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural
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Ewloe Castle (Hawarden)
Ranked #12 of 15 attractions in Flintshire
Category: Castles; Cultural
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Ranked #13 of 15 attractions in Flintshire
Category: Museums
Owner description: A magnificent Grade 1 Listed 17th Century Jacobean Mansion brought back to its former glory. The recent restoration has... more » Owner description: A magnificent Grade 1 Listed 17th Century Jacobean Mansion brought back to its former glory. The recent restoration has enabled us a fascinating chance to truly step back in time.Built in 1610, this stunning house has over 400 years of history; deaths, dirty deeds, suicides, it has seen the lot! It is a former court house for the "Hanging Judge Jeffreys" and it is said some of his victims still haunt the house!The house is open for tours on a Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday at 2pm & 3pm. It is said to be the most haunted house in Wales so for those who dare, come and join the Paranormal team on a Saturday night on a hunt for the spirits that inhabit the house! « less
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Ranked #14 of 15 attractions in Flintshire
Category: Zoos/Aquariums
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