Park in the Past is an exciting and innovative heritage and conservation project that aims to create a totally unique heritage attraction and vital community resource.
Set in an ancient Welsh landscape, the park comprises 120 acres of outstanding natural beauty offering woodlands and wetlands, a magnificent 35-acre lake and the gorgeous River Alyn, as well as wonderful walks and spacious fields. We need your help to build an amazing prehistoric realm and a full-scale Roman fort and Celtic village. Explore and experience your heritage - the landscape of your ancestors.
Join us on our incredible journey recreating history!
Located near Chester, next to the villages of Hope and Caergwrle, Flintshire North Wales.
Main entrance is on f*gl lane, Hope LL12 9HB
The site is very close to Hope Railway station on the Wrexham to Bidston line.
Several bus routes stop near the site from Wrexham and Mold and Chester.
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We are not officially open as yet as we are completing final conditions of our planning permission before first use.
However, you can still access the site.
There are several entry points along public footpaths onto the project site.
Some of these are located next to our neighbours' houses so please be considerate.