Greenfield Valley Heritage Park
About the partner
The Greenfield Valley Museum opened in 1982 and developed around the agricultural buildings of the original Abbey Farm, which was a working farm until 1979. Buildings rescued from elsewhere in Flintshire were moved here to form an open air museum which included historic farmhouses and a Victorian school house.
The majority of the collections span a date range between 1850 and 1950 covering a variety of themes including agriculture, social history and the industrial history of the local area.
With a giant adventure playground, educational activities and a changing programme of events - there’s fun to be had every day at Greenfield Valley.
What do I need to know?
There is no need to book, but Time Credits can be used for general admittance to the Museum and Visitors Centre only and excludes entry to special events. Therefore, before travelling it is advised to visit the venue website (www.greenfieldvalley.com) or phone (01352 714172).
2019 opening: Everyday 8th April - 3rd November 2019, 10am - 4.30pm
- Do individuals and families need to book in advance? NO
- Can groups attend if booked in advance? NO