Llangollen Railway is a Heritage Railway Line running between Llangollen, following the River Dee through the Dee Valley for 10 miles, to Corwen. There are five stations along the line all with their own special charm and hidden gems. Each station has local walks that all have stunning scenery. Corwen Station opened in June 2023 completing the rail journey through this stunning scenery.
Stalls will be available on both platforms of the station.
The Square can be found in the centre of the Town, to the South end of the bridge. Hosting Llangollen’s War Memorials the site features a good size open space, and seating areas.
Here you will find our open air entertainment stage as well as a handful of stalls.
The Town Hall
The Town Hall sits on Castle Street. Built in 1867 it has stood at the centre of community life ever since, playing host to countless plays, concerts, classes and of course Food Festivals.
Guaranteed to be the driest venue of the weekend, stalls can be found in the upstairs venue.
Right next to the town’s biggest car park (and the public toilets) is our Street Market. Here you’ll find all manner of stalls, all within a stone’s throw of all of our venues.
Gales Wine Bar
Follow the bunting on Bridge Street to find us.
The oldest Wine Bar in Wales plays host to a number of stalls throughout their courtyard. You’ll find food producers, makers and gift ideas alongside Gales’ famous Horsebox Bar and Beer Festival.
Llangollen is home to a number of festivals throughout the year and is known for its warm welcome to all travellers.
Outside of the festival itself you’ll find a great deal to do, from the town’s many independent shops to the many pubs, bars and restaurants there’s plenty to do in town. Then there is the Riverside Walk and Park, the Canal with its horsedrawn boats and we didn’t even mention the stunning scenery you’ll see in every direction.
There are a number of hotels and guesthouses available in town, although we advise booking early as this is a very popular weekend.