Mold, in North Wales, is a great town to visit. Located 10 miles west of the border with England, the market town of Mold offers the visitor tradition and culture mixed with a lively atmosphere. From historic churches and prehistoric treasures to modern shops ranging from small boutiques to high street names, Mold is the perfect spot for the whole family. Come and discover this unspoilt gem and you will find fine restaurants nestled with coffee shops amongst street markets and individual shops and a history that embraces over 3,000 years. You may even meet one of our ghosts!
The choice is yours. Enjoy hiking or mountain biking in the stunning nearby countryside, or follow a more relaxed trail around the town to discover its hidden secrets. The local museum offers the complete story of Mold from the beginning of prehistoric times. The 4,000 year old Mold Cape, discovered in 1833, is an outstanding golden treasure and one of the most important Bronze Age finds in Europe; currently displayed in the British Museum there is a fine replica to be seen here in the town. Mold is home to Clwyd Theatr Cymru, a theatre of national importance that offers excellent productions of drama, dance, music and cinema.
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