The many shops and services of Llangollen
Llangollen takes its name from the Welsh llan meaning "a religious settlement" and Saint Collen, a 6th-century monk who founded a church beside the river.
The annual Llangollen International Eisteddfod (opened by the Llangollen Silver Band parade)
The Llangollen Fringe Festival is an independent arts festival, usually held in mid July in the town hall. The Fringe includes music, comedy, theatre, dance and workshops.
Dee Rocks is a local fundraising music festival, usually held during May when the town hall is transformed into a music venue.
Llangollen Museum has been open since 2002. The museum was set up by a group of volunteers to allow both visitors and local people easy access to information and displays about the heritage of the area. In 2004 Llangollen Museum became a registered charity and moved to the present location in the centre of town.