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Visit Erddig car-free

It’s easy to visit Erddig car-free.

Buses stop 5-minutes from the country park from: Cefn war (30 mins), Chirk (50 mins), Llangollen (35 mins), Oswestry (75 mins), Pen-y-cae (15 mins) and Ruabon (15 mins).

Buses run to Wrexham bus station from: Chester (45 mins), Corwen (50 mins), Llay (20 mins), Mold (50 mins), Oswestry (50 mins), Whitchurch (50 mins) and further afield.

Scenic train lines run to Wrexham from: Bidston (Wirral), Birmingham (100 mins), Chester (15 mins, change from Crewe or Manchester), Shrewsbury (35 mins) and Wolverhampton (80 mins).

The bus station and train station is about a 30-minute walk from Erddig country park.

Check out our recommended route (below) and then use our journey planner (above) for door-to-door train, bus and walking routes.

Discount: Enjoy a free hot drink with a valid train ticket, bus ticket or bike helmet.

For money-saving tips see our handy guides to trains and buses.

A Wrexham PlusBus train ticket gives you unlimited bus travel around the area.

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Scenic train lines run between Chester and Shrewsbury via Wrexham.

The Borderlands Line runs frim Bidstone, Wirral to Wrexham.

Cycle paths with blue signs cross the Erddig estate. There is also a bike rack. Plan your cycle route here.

Open footpaths take you around the Erddig 1200 acre country park – see trails on the National Trust website.

Or visit Mines, Moorlands and Mountains to the West of Wrexham.

Taxis can be booked ahead. Wrexham General train station also has a cab office.

Find accessibility information for buses and trains and Erddig.

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About Erddig

Erddig Hall is a treasure trove of fine furniture, textiles and wallpaper, as well as servant portraiture that reveals the unique relationship held between the Yorke family and their staff. The restored hall sits within an 18th century garden of fruit trees, herbaceous borders, lime avenues and formal hedges, all encompassed by a 1200-acre estate perfect for walking, running or just peace and quiet.

For any queries about visiting contact Erddig on 01978355314 or erddig@nationaltrust.org.uk

Address: Erddig, Wrexham, LL13 0YT. Visit Website