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Time to Explore

Find out about the local history in your area at one of our museums.

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Situated on the upper floor of Buckley Library, our museum tells the story of Buckley as a major pottery and brick making centre from medieval times through to the 20th Century.

Visitors can view items from the Martin Harrison collection of Buckley pottery, plus local archaeology and social history material.

Learn about the annual Buckley Jubilee and the famous Tivoli Night Club.

Admission is FREE.


Situated on the upper floor of Mold Library, the museum traces the fascinating history of Mold, its people and stories.

There are Bronze Age treasures to see including a replica of the famous Mold Cape. Found on the outskirts of the town, the original Cape is now in the British Museum.

You can experience Victorian Mold through the eyes of Welsh novelist, Daniel Owen, who is seen in his reconstructed tailor’s shop.

Admission is FREE.

Greenfield Valley

Stretching across 70 acres of woodland, you can explore over 2,000 years of history with lakes, streams, ancient monuments and historic factories around every corner.

Visit the museum and historic farm buildings with up-to-date colourful displays and interactives. The museum is a great way to find out more about the importance of Greenfield as a centre of industry.

With a giant adventure playground, educational activities and a changing programme of events there is something for all ages.

Open seasonally.

Admission fee for museum complex.

In addition to our permanent displays, we have a variety of temporary exhibitions that visit the museums throughout the year. Look out for these via Aura’s social media platforms.

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