Welcome to the Flintshire Museums Service web page. The Museums Service aims to assist Flintshire residents and visitors in enjoying and exploring the history of the county.

Here you will find information about the museums in Buckley, Mold and the Greenfield Valley Heritage Park in Holywell, (managed on behalf of the Council by the Greenfield Valley Trust).There is also information about the educational resources we offer to learners of all ages.

Museum Record

Museum Name Greenfield Valley Museum
Address Line 1 Greenfield Valley Heritage Park
Address Line 2 Basingwerk House
Address Line 3 Holywell
Address Line 4 Flintshire
Post Code CH8 7GH
Phone Number 01352 714172
Fax Number 01352 714791
What is in the Museum Situated in the beautiful 70 acre Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, the Greenfield Valley Museum offers a glimpse of how we used to live. You can explore the fine collection of reconstructed historic buildings including a Victorian school room and a 16th Century farmhouse and learn about traditional farming methods. Visitors can also meet the farm animals, visit Basingwerk Abbey and explore the industrial heritage of the Greenfield Valley.
Cost of Admission There is an admission charge for the museum, however there are a range of concession and family saver tickets. Please phone 01352 714172 for the latest prices.
Opening Hours The museum is open every day from 1st April- 31st October from 10am to 4.30pm. The Heritage Park is open all year round.
Directions The museum and heritage park are in Holywell and car parks are signposted from the A548 and A55 (Holywell exit)
Accessibility The museum site and buildings have limited access for wheelchair users. An accessible toilet is available. An audio guide to the museum is available for visitors with visual impairments. Please telephone to discuss any particular access requirements in more detail.
Facilities Free parking, gift shop, cafe, children’s playground, toilets, baby changing facilities.
Collections Agricultural collection
Historic buildings