Set amongst rolling countryside overlooking the River Dee estuary, the centre of this traditional Welsh market Town still contains a rich variety of fine late Georgian and Victorian period buildings.
Holywell hosts a wide variety of event and attractions including:
Regular Thursday Street Markets
Regular summertime and pre-Christmas street entertainment.
Further tourist information on Holywell and the surrounding areas are available at Holywell Library, Holywell Leisure Centre and Holywell Town Council Offices.
St Winefride’s Well
– pilgrims travel here from all over the world to bathe in its waters and worship at its shrine that has become known at the Lourdes of Wales.
Greenfield Valley Heritage Park
is a mile and half long linear park following the course of the Holywell stream between the town and the estuary of the River Dee. The park includes woodland walks, five small lakes including a fishing lake all teeming with wildlife, plus a farm museum and preserved buildings and other reminders of the valley’s industrial past.
Panton Place was constructed in 1816 for Paul Panton the Younger, Sheriff of Flintshire to provide living and working accommodation for local professional and trades people.
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