Let's walk the trail route
We start at Wrexham Museum. If it’s open, call in for a coffee or snack, toilets are available.
As you walk out of the museum, turn left and you will immeditely come to an impressive Gothic revival building on the left. It's St Mary’s Roman Catholic Cathedral
Continue straight across the road, and you immediately come to the Old Infirmary on the left, today used as the School of Art.
Turn back, and then turn right at the road you had just crossed. Walk along it until you see the only old building, which is in Bavarian style, it’s the brewery offices, all that remains of Wrexham Lager brewery.
Bit of a walk this time. Continue past the brewery site. Turn left at the end of the road, then right at the traffic lights. Go past the museum, and straight on into the town centre. Immediately after you pass Priory St, you’ll see a thatched pub on the right dating from the 16th Century. Now known as the Horse and Jockey.
Perhaps after a short break, continue a few yards and look for a large arch in the buildings on the left, it’s the Argyle Arch.
Continue along Hope St as it bears right, until you come to the traffic lights. The parish church is in front of you, but we’ll come back to that shortly. For now turn right and look on the left for Nos 5 and 7 Town Hill, they may not look exciting, but they’re much older than you’d think.
Turn round, and walk back up the hill. Turn right at the traffic lights into Church St and you come to the fine mediaeval St Giles Church
As you leave the church gates, turn right onto the footpath. Follow the path down to Yorke St and turn right, and walk to where the road turns left. The tall chimney and Nag's Head pub are all that’s left of a brewery.