Welcome to Denbigh
At the heart of North Wales, overlooking the breath-taking Vale of Clwyd is the historic market town of Denbigh. It is the home of princes and earls, rebels and revolutionaries where layer upon layer of history have shaped the architecture of the town and the character of the people.
You can relax in one of our traditional pubs where people have been enjoying real food and conversation for over 500 years, or explore the Castle and walk the walls that have protected the town for nine centuries and take in the amazing views that have remained unspoiled throughout that time.
With its secret gardens and more listed buildings than any other town in Wales, you’re likely to stumble upon a hidden gem around every corner – but Denbigh is a working community living very much in the present with a lively art scene and a fine range of independent shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants and busy old town square where you can browse to your heart’s content or sit quietly and watch the world go by.
THE KEYS TO THE TOWN
To get the most from your visit to Denbigh make sure you experience the Town Walls. Borrow the key from the Library at the top of Vale Street, or from the Castle and explore to your heart’s content!
Denbigh Heritage Lectures 15 Jan - 26 Feb 2015
FREE. A further series of heritage lectures will be held commencing Thursday 15th January 2015 for a period of seven weeks finishing on Thursday 26th February 2015. >
Thomas Gee 200th Anniversary Celebrations 23 - 25 Jan 2015
Three days of events to celebrate the life of Thomas Gee (January 24,1815 - September 28, 1898); Nonconformist preacher, politician, journalist and printer >
Free Guided Tours
Every Saturday and Sunday morning between April and September, local volunteers lead tours of the medieval market town. Tours start from the H.M.Stanley statue in front of the Library at 10.30am and last around 1½ hours.
For further information or to make a group booking for other times please contact the Town Hall, before 12pm, on 01745 815984 (Mon-Fri)
As part of the Thomas Gee 200th Anniversary Celebrations a special guided tour will be held on 25th January starting at 2:30pm in front of the library. The tour will be led in Welsh; a warm welcome to Welsh learners as well.