Many of North Wales’s attractions are near to Marchwiel, so it is a popular place to stay or visit on a day trip. Two destinations that should be on every visitor’s to-do list is the fabulous Erdigg Hall and the much-loved Pontcysyllte Aquaduct. And if your schedule allows, be sure to visit Chirk Castle and the Llangollen Canal Trail.
Visitors to Marchwiel, interested in finding out what makes the area tick, should make tracks to the cultural attractions nearby. There are plenty of excellent places where you can spend an afternoon such as Grosvenor Museum in Chester and the Dewa Roman Experience.
If the sun is out, follow the locals and head outside to the local natural destinations. Take some time out to enjoy the sunshine in public parks and gardens such as Grosvenor Park in Chester.
Hit the streets to discover the many fascinating attractions North Wales offers. Admire some of the religious sites such as the St Peter's Church in Chester, the St Paul's Church and the St Mary's Church - Handbridge. Breathe in the atmosphere and get a deeper understanding of the role religion in Marchwiel.
Take a break from the tourist trail and play a game of golf at the Chester Golf Club in Chester.
North Wales is the home turf of the legendary North Wales Crusaders rugby league team in winter and Wrexham F.C. soccer team. Both teams compete in regular games at Racecourse Ground, Wrexham. Racecourse Ground, Wrexham is also a popular venue for concerts and entertainment.
Finding somewhere convenient to unpack your bags in the Marchwiel area is simple. For a good night’s sleep be sure to check out the Abode Chester, the Holiday Inn Express Chester - Racecourse, and the Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa, Chester.