Greenfield Valley Museum and Farm

Greenfield Valley Museum and Farm
Greenfield Valley Heritage Park
Holywell
Flintshire
CH8 7QB
Wales

Website

www.greenfieldvalley.com/pages/museum.htm

www.flintshire.gov.uk

Telephone

01352 715 159

Fax

01352 714 791

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An attractive collection of original and reconstructed local buildings which provide a fascinating insight into times past.

Situated in the beautiful 70 acre Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, the Greenfield Valley Museum offers a glimpse of how we used to live. You can explore the fine collection of reconstructed historic buildings including a Victorian school room and a 16th Century farmhouse and learn about traditional farming methods.

Visitors can also meet the farm animals, visit Basingwerk Abbey and explore the industrial heritage of the Greenfield Valley. For children there are farm animals, Toddler Tractor Heaven, Adventure Playground and Tower Maze.

Venue Type:

Museum, Agricultural site

Opening hours

April - October
Daily 10.00-16.30

November - March school groups by appointment

Admission charges

DAILY RATE

Adult: £3.70
Senior Citizen/Unemployed: £3.40
Child (under 16): £2.00
Disabled: £2.70
Saver: (2 adults + 2 children): £10.50
Babes in arms: admitted free

SEASON PASS RATE (allows unlimited entry)
Adult: £11.50
Senior Citizen/Unemployed: £11.00
Disabled: £9.00
Mini Saver: (1 adult + 2 children (5-16yrs)): £21.50
Saver (2 adults + 4 children (5-16yrs)): £27.50
Up to three under 5's are admitted free on a season pass.

Additional info

Children under 8 will not be admitted to the Museum and Farm unless accompanied by an adult (over 16).

Collection details

Natural Sciences, Decorative and Applied Art, Science and Technology, Social History, Archives

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