Denbigh is a market town and community set in the glorious district of Denbighshire in North Wales.
With its gorgeous surroundings and fascinating past, Denbigh is a really great place to explore during your holidays and features a multitude of great attractions, including the Fifties Museum. Near the centre of the town, the museum houses a wide variety of artefacts from the fifties era, and details life in this time. It is certainly something to see, and is very popular amongst visitors to the area.
Another popular activity in Denbigh is the Denbigh Castle. Approaching the castle may be rather daunting, especially if the walk commences from the centre of the town. The climb has been described as harrowing, along a narrow, winding lane, however the end is at the entrance of the castle, where you can gasp in awe at the massive walls, the gatehouse belie and ruinous form.
Denbigh Castle, Castle Hill, Denbigh (01745) 813385
Overlooking the town of Denbigh is the ruins of Denbigh Castle, built by Henry de Lacy in 1282.
Open all year round, the castle ruins include a triple-towered gatehouse and an onsite exhibition.