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Photography exhibition at Erddig

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National Trust

  • 25 June 2024
  • 09:0016:00
  • See organiser for pricing
  • Ages 0 – 4 years


From 8 June - 14 July, come along and enjoy a selection of photographs taken by visitors, volunteer leaders and participants from our monthly photography walks.

Photography is the art of telling a story without the need for words and Erddig has a long tradition of celebrating the changing faces, personalities and everyday memories of people who worked and lived here.

In tribute, we host monthly photography walks that allow participants to explore Erddig down to the most minute detail, whilst also learning all there is to mastering the art of photography.

From 8 June -14 July we will transform our small exhibition space into a photography exhibition showcasing fantastic pictures taken at Erddig inspired by history, scenery, or our conservation work using images taken by visitors, volunteer leaders and participants from our monthly photography walks.

If you would like to submit a photograph for consideration, printed photographs should be A4 or A3 and can be handed to the ticket office FAO Courtney Williams. Electronic prints should be 300dpi (WeTransfer) and emailed to [email protected]. Deadline is May 15. Images must not contain people.

This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.

Children very welcome

Head to the ticket office for more information.

Dress according to the weather

Disabled parking bays, ramped access to the gardens and fine loose gravel pathways throughout. Wolf's Den has wood chipped flooring.

Free event, but normal admission charges apply. Free entry to National Trust and under 5s.


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  • Wrexham
  • Wrexham Principal Area
  • LL13 0YT
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  • Wrexham Central (1.36 miles)
    • National Rail line National Rail

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