We’re reopening

Wrexham Museum will reopen to the public from Monday 17th May.

This will include all the galleries, archives and the Courtyard Café, with Indoor and outdoor seating available.

The new opening hours will be 10am-5pm Monday to Friday, 11am-4pm on Saturdays.

Last admission 30 mins before closing.

As ever, entry to the museum is free.

Make sure you know about changes to Covid-19 restrictions in Wales

Visiting the Museum

We’ve made a few changes to ensure you can enjoy your visit safely:

  • There will be regular cleaning of key touch points throughout the galleries during the day.
  • There will be hand sanitiser at the entrance to the building. All visitors will be asked to clean their hands on arrival.
  • All visitors will be asked for their contact details to support the government’s ‘Test, Trace and Protect’ programme.
  • We ask that all visitors follow social distancing guidelines, keep a 2m distance and wear facemasks unless exempt.
  • There will be a limit on numbers in the galleries so that social distancing will be possible for all our visitors.
  • We have introduced a one-way system throughout the galleries. Look out for the floor signs for directions.
  • For families, there will be a new children’s trail to help guide younger visitors (and their accompanying adults) during their visit.
  • Admission to the museum and archives is free. Donations welcome.

Courtyard Café

  • There will be a new seating layout and menu in the Courtyard Café, but the same great service and location as ever!
  • Let’s hope for a sunny few months  – you can dine outside if you wish.


  • Toilet facilities will be available for visitors to the museum, the archives and the cafe. Please ask for the key at the reception desk.


  • The shop will be open so you can still purchase the usual range of great gifts, cards and books.
  • We encourage the use of contactless payment and ask all shop customers to respect social distancing guidelines.

Plan your visit

Opening Hours

Museum Opening Hours

Monday–Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 11am – 4pm
Admission is free
Last admission 30 minutes before closing


We recommend visitors to the Archives book ahead owing to space restrictions.
Email archives@wrexham.gov.uk or telephone 01978 297 480
Last admission 30 minutes before closing


The Collections Centre will be open by appointment. Please email museumcollections@wrexham.gov.uk or telephone 01978 297 460

How To Find Us

By Car

Wrexham County Borough Museum & Archives is located on Regent Street, adjacent to the Catholic Cathedral and the multi-storey car park. 

Three parking spaces are available for blue badge holders in St Mark’s Road on the east side of the museum building approximately 80m from the museum entrance.

There is a pay and display car park at Island Green (LL13 7LW), behind the museum and 5 minutes’ walk from the museum entrance. Other car parks available: Tŷ Pawb multi-storey (LL13 8BY), Waterworld (LL12 7AG), St Giles (LL13 7AB) and Eagles’ Meadow (LL13 8DG).

By Bus

Wrexham bus station is located on King Street approximately 200m from the museum.

For bus routes and times: https://www.wrexham.gov.uk/service/bus-timetables

By Rail

Wrexham Central railway station is located approximately 230m to the south of the museum within the Island Green shopping centre. Wrexham General railway station is 500m west of the museum along Regent Street.

For train times: https://tfwrail.wales/stations/wrexham-general

By foot

Wrexham County Borough Museum & Archives is located on Regent Street, adjacent to the Catholic Cathedral and the multi-storey car park. 

Look out for fingerpost signs around the town pointing you towards the museum.

There are also town maps at various locations around the town centre.

The museum entrance is approached via a level but partially loose gravel surface. There is seating on the museum forecourt.

Wrexham Shop Mobility is located at Wrexham bus station, King Street, 200m from the museum.

The Ordnance Survey NGR of the museum is SJ3318 5043.

Assistance dogs are welcome.

Further Information/Accessibility

There is an accessible toilet, with baby changing facilities, on the ground
floor. The key is available from reception.

Photography (without flash or tripod) is permitted in our galleries for
your personal use. Items on display which cannot be photographed are

No food or drink is to be consumed in the galleries.

Please think of other visitors when talking on your mobile phone.

Fire Evacuation: if the fire alarm sounds please make your way to the
nearest fire exit and follow instructions from members of staff. The
assembly point is by the cycle racks on the museum forecourt.

Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the premises.
For further information please contact us on (01978) 297 460 or email

Contact Details

Wrexham County Borough Museum & Archives
County Buildings, Regent Street
LL11 1RB

Tel: 01978 297 460

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