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Tourism

Overton-on-Dee is a small but vibrant village of unspoilt charm, with beautiful surroundings on the Welsh, Shropshire and Cheshire borders.

Nestled in the lower Dee valley within close proximity to Wrexham, the market towns of Oswestry and Whitchurch with links to Chester and Shrewsbury, Overton-on-Dee is set against a backdrop of the stunning border countryside. This wonderful part of North East Wales is a pleasure to explore, once discovered there are endless hours of tranquil and relaxing walks, interesting sights, as well as some amazing family experiences to undertake. Overton is a good base from which you can explore the surrounding areas.

Places to visit within 10 miles of Overton

 

Bangor on Dee Racecourse

For details of race meetings and events

Ellesmere

The lakeside promenade, cafe and visitor centre

Erddig – National Trust

The famous upstairs downstairs house, with beautiful gardens and a full programme of events

The Plassey Craft Centre

Craft workshops, boutiques, cafe and restaurant in historic farm buildings

Bersham Heritage Centre

Find out about the areas iron making heritage and access the Clywedog Trail

Ty Mawr Country Park

Country Park with walks and views of the Dee Valley, plus a children’s farm

Park Hall Countryside Experience

Museums, exhibitions and beautiful countryside. with hands on animal activities

Chirk Castle – National Trust

A 700 year old castle with glorious state rooms and gardens

Pontcysyllte Aqueduct – World Heritage Site

Thomas Telford’s greatest engineering achievement – a walk in the sky!

 

And further afield

Things to do in Llangollen

International Eisteddfod Website

The Llangollen International Eisteddfod takes place in the second week of July every year

Don’t forget that Chester and Shrewsbury are only half an hour away.