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 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 you can't forget the Farm animals too, we hope you can join us soon.

Greenfield Valley Map

Opening Times:

Monday – Sunday 10:00am – 4:30pm


Daily Adult: £6.70
Child: £3.90
Concession: £5.50
Family (2 adults and 2 children) £18.90

Daily with gift aid Adult: £7.20
Child: £4.30
Concession: £6.10
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 and Concessions:

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 volunteerco-ord@greenfieldvalley.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!!!!
Diane D
Trip Advisor

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

Industrail Revolution History

Industrail Revolution History

Have you ever wondered who made these machines? Or perhaps how did they make them? At the museum you can find out where they came from and what where they used for!

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The Abbey

The Abbey

All that is left now are ruins, but Basingwerk Abbey has fantastic historical importance for the area but also for Wales as a whole! Visit us and find out more!

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Workers Cottages

Workers Cottages

Families who worked and lived at Greenfield Valley had their cottages restored so that we can see what they looked like back in those days. It is fantastic to see the difference in living standards then and now.

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Valley Museum

Valley Museum

We have a large collection of family records of those who lived at Greenfields throughout the years. Who know your ancestor may have lived and worked here! Come find out.

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Nature Walks

Nature Walks

Greenfield Valley is surrounded by beautiful woodland which allows for spectacular nature walks around the site. Have you ever seen signets up close?

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Daily Events

Daily Events

During the schools holidays we have daily events to keep the little explorers minds occupied. When they're back in school we have weekend events to keep them going!

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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!

February Events

Saturday 18th, To run all half term, Greenfield Valley Scrapbook Challenge

Have you got what it takes to complete all 20 Valley challenges. Fill in your own mini adventure scrapbook by searching for special objects, hunting for different creatures, and escaping our maze.

Sunday 19th, 1pm to 3pm, Drop in: Sheep Badges

Create and keep your own woolly sheep badge.

Monday 20th, 1pm to 2pm, Story telling: Welsh Legends and Folk tales

Join us round our crackling fire and be transported to the magical and mystical land of Welsh Folk Tales.
(Bookable on the day)

Tuesday 21st, 10am to 4pm, Drop in: Medieval Feasting and Fasting

Follow our trail and discover what our medieval ancestors gave up during Lent.

Wednesday 22nd, 10am to 3pm, Drop in: Medieval Beast Hunt

Become a medieval beast hunter and tame our ferocious dragon.

Thursday 23rd, 1pm to 3pm, Drop in: Clay Animals

Get your hands dirty and create your favourite animals out of clay.

Friday 24th 1pm to 1.30pm, 1.30pm to 2pm, 2pm to 2.30pm, Mini Dig

Dig up relics and artefacts like a real Archaelogist and compare your treasures to the real thing.
(Bookable on the day)

Saturday 25th, 11pm to 3pm, Drop in:Owls and Owl Masks

Be inspired by these stunning creatures and design your own owl mask.

Sunday 26th, 1pm to 3pm, Drop in: Celebrate St David’s Day

Design a beautiful Daffadil bouquet.

March Events

Saturday 4th, 1pm to 3pm, Drop in: Women's Day

Celebrate the women of Holywell. Meet the famous school teacher, land army girl and factory worker.

Sunday 5th, 10am to 3pm, Drop in:Famous Women of Hollywell Trail

Follow our trail and learn all about the amazing women who have lived in Holywell.

Saturday 11th, 1pm to 3pm, Drop in:Science and Engineering Week.

Discover the power of water. Learn all about our fascinating waterwheel and conduct some exciting water experiments.

Sunday 12th, 12pm to 4pm, Drop in: Science and Engineering Week

Join Techniquest to celebrate Science and Engineering week.

Saturday 18th, 1pm to 3pm, Drop in: Chicken Masks

Make your own chicken mask ready to celebrate National Poultry Day tomorrow.

Sunday 19th, 10am to 4pm, Drop in: National Poultry Day.

Join us on our Clucking Chicken Trail and become a chicken expert.

Saturday 25th, 2pm to 2.30pm, 2.30pm to 3pm, 3pm to 3.30pm, Mini Dig

Dig up relics and artefacts like a real Archaeologist and compare your treasures to the real thing.
(Bookable on the day)

Sunday 26th, 10am to 3pm, Drop in:Nocturnal Creature Trail

Discover the mysterious animals that go bump in the night.

Did you know that you can be a volunteer with us?

Contact us:

01352 714172

Find us:

Greenfield Valley Museum Heritage Park, Greenfield Road, Greenfield, Holywell, CH8 7GH