The Parish Church of St Giles, Wrexham

The Parish Church of St Giles’ is one of the finest examples of ecclesiastical architecture to be found in Wales. Built in the 15th and 16th Centuries, it is at least the third building on this site. It is the only mediaeval building in the area which is still used for the purpose for which it was originally built. It houses many interesting and unique features including the famous Doom Painting, Elihu Yale’s tomb, the only peal of 10 bells in North Wales, stained glass, the Myddelton Memorial sculpted by Roubiliac and much more. Open daily from 10am to 4.00pm. Sunday Services: 8am, 11am & 6pm (Welsh service at 9.45am, second Sunday each month). Thursday service at 11am. Morning Prayer, Mon-Fri at 8.30am.