Froncysyllte is most well known for its famous aqueduct. Built by Thomas Telford the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is one of the largest aqueducts in the UK stretching over the River Dee taking the canal to Llangollen. The source of the canal is at the Horseshoe Falls in Llangollen.
The Offas Dyke
footpath also runs immediately through Froncysyllte and
is within easy walking distance of some of the best
remaining examples of the Dyke.
The village of Froncysyllte is World famous for it's Male Voice Choir.
Chirk Castle has been continuously occupied to this day by the Myddelton family for some 800 years, and one of the most popular National Trust Sites providing an insight into life in this area for many hundreds of years.
The city of Chester accessible by car, train and bus, is also within easy reach - some twenty minutes by car with its fine examples of architecture and structures dating back to the Roman occupancy of Great Britain.
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