Come and learn more about the history, heritage and archaeology of North-East Wales at this fun, family friendly event!
The North East Wales Heritage fair will take place on the forecourt of Wrexham Museum on Saturday, July 27.
Stalls, scribes and Roman soldiers!
You’ll be able to meet various members of the Heritage Forum and learn more of the area’s rich heritage through exhibits and displays on the various stalls.
Some of the organisations attending will include Ceiriog Memorial Institute, Glyndŵr University History Department and Flintshire and Denbighshire Archives.
Entry is FREE all day and there will be activities for children.
Guests will include a Roman Soldier from Roman Tours Chester and a Medieval Scribe!
The Museum will be open to visitors so you can get a bite to eat at the cafe and see the new Football Forever exhibition!
Where and when
- The fair takes place at Wrexham Museum on Saturday, July 27, 11.00am-3.30pm
- Entry is FREE all day!
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