‘Minera Lead Mines located near Wrexham offer an intriguing glimpse into the rich industrial past of the beautiful Clywedog Valley. Visitors to the site can explore the lead processing areas from the 18th and 19th centuries, the restored beam engine house, winding engine and boiler houses. The visitor centre tells the story of the site and during school holidays, Minera Lead Mines run an exciting series of events and activities for all ages and abilities, making a visit to Minera a great option when looking for family activities in Wrexham.
Families can explore the country park which covers 53 acres of grassland and wooded areas. Children can enjoy exploring the nature reserve and go on the hunt for some interesting creatures.
Therefore, take a picnic and travel back in time to discover Wrexham’s industrial past. Minera Lead Mines will make for a great free day out with the kids in North Wales.
Additional information: *An open access site. Engine house and archaeological remains can be viewed at all times. *Visitor centre and toilet facilities open at select times. *Close to worlds end for some picturesque walks.’