The historic market town of Ruthin was built on a red sandstone hill as a strategic lookout over the River Clwyd. Its strategic position between the Hiraethog Moors and the Clwydian Hills has led to this being an important agricultural and trade area.
Ruthin has a lively and interesting history with many historical attractions to explore:
Ruthin’s Pentonville style Gaol offers the opportunity for visitors to experience life as a Victorian Prisoner.
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Take a tour of Wales’s oldest timber framed town house.
Download a map of these locations and more attractions here
For tourist information visit Denbighshire County Council here
For accommodation visit ‘Visit Wales’ here