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Denbigh Tourist Information
Denbigh is a historic inland market town which offers stunning views over the Vale of Clwyd, it is positioned five miles South West of Bodfari village and eight miles North of Ruthin town.

Denbigh couldn't be any further from your typical modern over-developed town usually bulging with high street national retailers, here you'll find intermingled narrow streets to wander round, an eclectic mix of independently owned and run shops to visit. If hunger takes a hold of you whilst in the town, you will find plenty of places to eat, with fine restaurants and delightful pavement cafes offering al-fresco seating and eating. Denbigh also has plenty of pubs in varying styles which sell fine ales and excellent food.

The town's main tourist attraction, the imposing ruins of Denbigh Castle, is set on a steep hill above the town overlooking the Vale of Clwyd. Now in the guardianship of Cadw, this 13th Century castle is a rare treat for historians and visitors alike with its triple-towered great gatehouse and over half a mile of town walls to explore.

In the heart of the town is Wireless in Wales Museum, here you will be taken on a fascinating insight into the history of broadcasting in Wales where you can view interesting old radio equipment and books, there are also a number of educational and informative displays.

Situated as it is in the heart of the Vale of Clwyd, Denbigh really does allow you to engage with the great outdoors. The surrounding landscape with its many tracks and trails lends itself perfectly to various activities such as walking, mountain biking and horse riding.

Up for a round of golf? Denbigh Golf Club is only a mile outside the town, here golfers can enjoy a relaxing round on the club's 18-hole parkland course set amongst mature trees.

In the beautiful setting of a working farm a mile outside the town is Cae Dai 1950s Museum, a place which will transport you back in time with a veritable treasure trove of exhibits from the 1950s era including film and showbiz memorabilia, toys and games and home entertainment. The museum also has classic cars on display and mock-ups of various rooms in a typical 1950s house.

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