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Wrexham Tourist Information Centre, Lambpit Street
The sign over the door might say ‘tourist’, but the door is open to everyone. In fact, half of Wrexham TIC’s customers are people who live in the county borough.
Our four TIC assistants are incredibly helpful and, between them, they have over 70 years’ experience. What they don’t know about Wrexham just isn’t worth knowing.
Pick up the phone or pop in for helpful ideas and info about things to see and do. Everything from arts classes and theatre shows to festivals and concerts. From museums and heritage sites to restaurants and country pubs.
And if you’re visiting and want a bed for the night, they can even help you find somewhere to stay.
01978 292015 firstname.lastname@example.org
In a good place
Finally, if you don’t live in Wrexham County Borough and don’t quite know where it is – or how to get here – here are some useful pointers.
We’re right on the Welsh-English border. We’ve got Cheshire and Shropshire on the one side. Snowdonia and the North Wales coast on the other.
We’re just 45 minutes’ drive from major airports in Manchester and Liverpool and 90 minutes from Birmingham.
In fact, we’re just a hop and skip away from most of the UK – connected by great road and rail links, including train services direct to and from London.
Arriva Trains Wales (Chester – Wrexham – Shrewsbury)
08456 061660 www.arrivatrainswales.co.uk
Borderlands Line (Wrexham – Bidston) www.borderlandsline.com
Virgin Trains (Wrexham – London Euston) www.virgintrains.co.uk