Tŷ Mawr Country Park
Tŷ Mawr Country Park sits on the banks of the River Dee, beneath the impressive stone arches of the Cefn Viaduct.
The Country Park is home to animals such as donkeys, pigs and goats, and even llamas. Families can visit the animals, and even feed the free-range ducks and chickens. The Park also provides a home for many species of wild flowers, birds, insects and wild animals that thrive on the land which is never treated with any harmful chemicals of pesticides.
In the summer the hay meadows are full of colour, and families can come and enjoy a picnic amid the beautiful scenery.
Did You Know?
The Tŷ Mawr llamas are named Carlos and Pedro. Their job is to protect the sheep from foxes.
Tŷ Mawr is the ideal place for walking, whether it’s a short circular stroll around the Park, or the starting point for longer trails including the Cefn Mawr Heritage Trail, which takes you on a tour of the historic village of Cefn Mawr, exploring its important industrial heritage and stunning views of the Dee Valley.
Tŷ Mawr also sits just a mile from the magnificent Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, a key feature of the Pontcysyllte and Canal World Heritage Site, which can be reached by following the path along the banks of the River Dee.