1. North Wales
  2. Flintshire and Wrexham
  3. Wrexham

About Erddig

Explore life in the early 20th century with a visit to the Erddig house in Wrexham. It’s a unique place where your curious little historians can learn first-hand about the time of their great-grandparents.

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The 17th-century much-loved home offers much to do indoors and outdoors too. It was built by Thomas Webb, a Cheshire mason, for Joshua Edisbury, the high sheriff of Denbighshire. With two-storey wings creating a 'rooms of parade' for John Meller.

Discovery trails throughout the house will keep your kids entertained, while they get to know the daily chores of a servant. From the yucky task of emptying chamber pots to exhausting 14-hour days. Today you explore a family home filled with 18th-century furniture, fine interiors and a collection of portraits and poems from the servant, which is the largest collection of servants' art. You'll discover unique and interesting wallpapers like 18th-century Chinese wallpaper and textiles. As well as oil paintings, photographs and more.

The Garden of Erddig

Then head outside to explore the 1,200-acre landscaped pleasure park and estate of beautiful meadows, ponds, rivers, veteran trees and wonderful woodland! The woodland is home to many many wildlife and a range of habitats, can you find which animals you think live there? The parkland is also open and free to access, so you and the family can discover and embark on a variety of walks. Explore the beautiful parkland as a family, walk down the “cathedral aisle” and take a look from the spectacular viewpoint at the end.

During the cold winter season, you'll be able to spot pleached limes, formal hedges, fruit trees, paths, ponds and more. Like waxcap fungi, holly berries, hazelnuts and wild primroses, all in the 18th-century gardens which are Grade I listed! You can also discover a formal 18th-century walled garden with Dutch influences and features. Dazzling you with its natural beauty, especially with its daffodils in spring and formal hedges.

Food & Drink

Feeling hungry? Indulge in some treats and a range of food and drinks available! Head to Hayloft restaurant for hot foods, fresh salads, sandwiches and fresh bakes! The kids can pick their own lunch boxes filled with healthy and delicious snacks.

Or maybe you'd like to visit the Tea Parlour? Serving hot snacks, drinks and the popular local Welsh ice cream! With scrumptious flavours like honeycomb, fresh raspberry and more.


- Ground floor of the house is accessible.

- Wheelchairs are available to loan.

- There is parking for blue badge holders.

- Accessible toilets are available.

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Historical Adventure

Head into the house where you can uncover discovery trails that will keep your little ones entertained and busy!

Outdoor Exploring

There's also 1,200 acres of parkland to explore! From meadows, ponds and lakes to the flourishing forest.

Outdoor Play

Round off your family day out with a trip to Wolf's Den - a natural play area that's nearly 2 acres!

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  • TOILETS iconToilets
  • GIFT_SHOP iconGift Shop
  • ONSITE_PARKING iconOnsite Parking
  • ACCESSIBLE_TOILETS iconAccessible Toilets
  • BABY_CHANGING iconBaby Changing
  • FOOD_AVAILABLE iconFood Available
  • WHEELCHAIR_FRIENDLY iconWheelchair Friendly
  • DOG_FRIENDLY iconDog Friendly
  • PUSHCHAIR_FRIENDLY iconPushchair Friendly
  • CARD_PAYMENTS_ACCEPTED iconCard Payments Accepted
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Opening Times


1st January to 29th March:


30th March to 27th October:


28th October to 31st December*:



1st January to 29th March:


30th March to 27th October:


28th October to 31st December*:


Natural Play Area

10th February to 29th March:


30th March to 27th October:


28th October to 3rd November:


*Closed 24th and 25th December

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Pricing & Tickets

General Admission
  • Child (4-15) : £4.75

General Admission


Adult - £9.50

Child - £4.75

Family (2 adults and 2 children) - £23.75

Family (1 adult and 3 children) - £14.25

Gift Aid:

Adult - £10.50

Child - £5.30

Family (2 adults and 2 children) - £26.20

Free to National Trust members

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Plan Your Visit


Stopwatch IconTypical visit time 2 - 3 hours

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Yes, there is parking.

There is a new new all-weather car park, that's free and only 200 yards from the main entrance.

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Contact Details

Flintshire and Wrexham
LL13 0YT

Tel: 01978355314

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Transport Information

By Car:

Follow the brown signs on the A525 Whitchurch Road or the A483. These will direct you to leave at junction 3 through Rhostyllen, then later turn right at Felin Puleston on Hafod Road.

By Train:

Travel to one of the nearest stations, either Wrexham Central (1.7 mile walk) or Wrexham General (1.9 mile walk). Then walk via footpath on Erddig Road.

By Bus:

Route 2 from Oswestry and through Cefn Mawr to Wrexham; Route 4 from Penycae; and Route 5 from Llangollen. Stop at Felin Puleston, Rhostyllen and walk 1 mile through Erddig Country Park.

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