About Greenfield Valley
Welcome to North Wales best representation of the Industrial Revolution. We have brought the past back to the future and present the old world for you to experience. We are the most comprehensive museum devoted to the Industrial Revolution in North Wales. We tell stories of factory work men, women and children who gave their lives to make way for our modern way of life.
The Museum depicts powerful history through the ages about the local farming and milling communities dating as far back as Victorian and Tudor times. We focus on cotton, copper and brass trading industries and what it was like to work in these poor conditions.
The Park is not just a museum but an events stage too as weekly we have Children's activities to attend, mainly through the school holidays and always at weekends. You can find out below 'what’s on' by scrolling down the page.
The park is a great place for children to spend the whole day. They are guaranteed to have a blast, with so many things to do and see such as the Toddler Tractor Heaven, the Indoor Soft Play Area, our Mega Tower Maze, the big Adventure Tree House, swings, the Water Power and not forgetting our newest attraction the Tunnel Maze, we do hope you can join us soon.
Open everyday 10:00am - 4:30pm
Daily Adult: £6.70
Family (2 adults and 2 children) £18.90
Daily with gift aid Adult: £7.20
Family (2 adults and 2 children) £20.00
Neither Flintshire County Council nor Greenfield Valley Trust accept responsibility for damage or injury which may occur as a result of the public attending the Museum. Anyone attending events does so at their own risk.
All the activities within the Park are subject to alteration and change at the discretion of Greenfield Valley Trust and Flintshire County Council.
Season pass March 2017 until March 2018 Season pass – requires named adult(s) Adult : £18.50
Concession: £17.20 (with 3 children, 5 and under)
Mini (1 adult, 2 children, 3 under 5) £32.90
Family: (2 adults, 4 children, 3 children under 5) £45.00
Please ring to check prices for group bookings
School visits can be booked through ringing 01352 714172 or emailing email@example.com
“Brilliant day out with grandchildren" My grandchildren aged 4 & 7 loved this place as there was plenty to do. There favourite things were the maze, treehouse play area, the museums and seeing the animals. The staff are all very friendly, knowledgable and helpful. My husband and I are looking forward to visiting without the grandkids as there seems to be some very nice walks which we didn't manage to do as we couldn't get away from the play areas!!!!
What can you do at Greenfield Valley?
We are constantly adding new things to see and kids activities, so keep an eye out for those
New 2017 Season Pass is available from Saturday 11th March, Contact Reception for Details!
There are many reasons to sign up
Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us!
Saturday 7th, 1.30pm to 3.30pm, Drop in: Weird and Wonderful Creature
Discover all creatures Weird and Wonderful! The North Wales reptiles and raptors Sanctuary will be here with the amazing creatures they have rescued.
Saturday 7th, 12pm to 4pm, Drop in: Steam Bottling Plant
Drop in and see our Steam Bottling Plant in one of the old mills at Greenfield Valley. Only open once a month, don't miss your chance to see this machine in action!
Sunday 14th, 10.30am to 3.30pm, Drop in: Pirate Day
Arrrr the Pirates be back, with live cannon, sea shanties and Captain Starling who will give you lessons on the Pirate Code.
Sunday 21st, 1.30pm to 3.30pm, Drop in: Bobbing Butterflies
Butterﬂies are out and about in the Valley. Come and make your own beautiful and colourful butterﬂy.
Sunday 28th, 10.30am to 3.30pm, Drop in: Roman Day
Join Legion XX and learn all about life in the Roman Army. Watch Roman drills, be a Roman soldier and have a go at making your own shield and helmet ready to go into battle.
Tuesday 30th, 1.30pm to 2pm, 2.15pm to 2.45pm, 3.30pm, Drop in: Mini Dig
Dig up relics and artefacts like a real Archaeologist and compare your treasures to the real thing.
(Bookable on the day)
Wednesday 31st, 10.30am to 11.30am, Drop in: Storytelling and Rhymetime
Gather round to find out what several surprises awaited the Itchy Bear, why Giraffes Can’t Dance, and how Nine Ducks Nine out-smarted the fox! We also need your help to sing our Rhymetime songs!
Wednesday 31st, 1.30pm to 3.30pm, Drop in: Harry the Herb Buddy
Turn funky socks into your very own sweet smelling friend using herbs from our gardens.
Wednesday 31st, 1.30pm to 3.30pm, Drop in: Blacksmith's Forge Puzzle Challenge
The forge is all fired up and our iron bending blacksmith has some puzzles for you to solve! Can you figure them out?
Thursday 1st, 1.30pm-3.30pm, Drop in: Bird Badges
Create your own feathered friend inspired by the birds in your garden or some more exotic birds a little further from home. We have lots of different materials and feathers for you to create your perfect bird badge!
Saturday 3rd, 1.30pm to 3.30pm, Drop in: Weird and Wonderful Creatures
The North Wales reptiles and raptors Sanctuary will be here with creatures they have rescued. Get up, close and personal to some amazing creatures!
Sunday 4th, 12am to 4pm, Drop in: Bottling Plant Open
Drop in and see our Steam Bottling Plant in one of the old mills at Greenfield Valley. Only open once a month don't miss your chance to see this machine in action!
Sunday 4th, 1.30pm to 3.30pm, Drop in: Animal Art
Learn how to draw your favourite animal like a pro!
Sunday 11th, 1.30pm to 3.30pm, Drop in: Glitzy Glass
Design your own funky sun catcher!
Saturday 17th to Sunday 18th, 10.30am to 3.30pm, Drop in: Medieval Weekend
A medieval camp has settled at Greenfield. See what life would have been like, hear the music, see the crafts they made and what equipment they used for battle. Make your own medieval monk peg dolls and have a go at quill and ink writing!
Sunday 25th, 1.30pm to 3.30pm, Drop in: Circus Skills
Run away and join the circuit for the day at Greenfield Valley! Join Stiltmania and learn circus skills and tricks to impress your friends!
Did you know that you can be a volunteer with us?