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Wrexham is the largest town in North Wales, situated between the Welsh mountains and the lower Dee Valley alongside the border to Cheshire, England.

The pleasant market town is home to the oldest football club in North Wales, Wrexham FC, and Glyndwr University. It’s also the shopping capital of North Wales with an extensive retail and leisure offer.

The Wrexham Matters newsletter is a great way to find out more about all of the great things taking place in Wrexham and here are some more useful contacts or sites.

Tourist Information Centre - fount of all knowledge
Wrexham Tourist Information Centre
Lambpit Street
LL11 1AR
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Visit the Wrexham Tourist Information Centre website
01978 292015

Wrexham Markets

All markets take place within the town centre and incorporate over 100 years of tradition. There are over 100 stalls offering everything from succulent sausages and steaks to furniture, fashion clothing, mobile phones and children’s’ toys. Find out more about Wrexham Markets here.

Peoples Market

The Peoples Market has several entrances. These can be found off Chester Street, Market Street, Market Street Car Park and Holt Street.
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 9am-4.30pm

General Market

The General Market has entrances off Henblas Street, Henblas Square and Chester Street.
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 9am-4.30pm
The market closes at 1.30 pm on a Wednesday afternoon

Butchers Market

The Butchers Market has entrances at Central Arcade off Hope Street, High Street and Henblas Street.
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 9am-4.30pm
The market closes at 1.30pm on a Wednesday afternoon

Find out more about the markets here.