Giant dragon will be landing in Wrexham this spring

The dragon has been the national symbol of all things Welsh since ancient times, with mythology telling the tale of a battle between a red dragon and an invading white dragon which was defeated after being imprisoned in a pit.  welsh dragon near our caravans for sale in North Wales Now, the giant beast is being brought back to life and will be flying into land in North Wales this spring, to mark the ongoing Year of Legends celebrations. However, it sadly is not the original mythical creature, but an enormous sculpture of the Welsh dragon, which can be seen on the forecourt of Wrexham Museum from April 1st. Cadw, the Welsh Government’s historic environment service have loaned the giant sculpture for the inaugural Dragonfest taking place at the museum in the spring. The dragon was made by prop design specialists Wild Creations, carefully sculpted and moulded before being built out of fibreglass and boasts reptilian black and red scales, flaring nostrils which fire smoke and a claw reaching out ready to snare any passers-by who get too close. The arrival of the dragon will coincide with a day of family activities, and visitors to the museum will be able to sample Dragon Pie and participate in a Dragon Egg Hunt. There will also be a Golden Dragon ticket in chocolate bars throughout February and March for any dragon hunters looking to capture some prizes. The sweet treats will be available in shops around Wrexham, and the lucky winners of the ticket could also win prizes from various North Wales attractions such as Surf Snowdonia. The fibreglass dragon has attracted thousands of visitors to a number of Welsh castles last year when the dragon toured the country. Don’t miss the chance to see the dragon when it arrives in the spring if you are looking for static caravans for sale, North Wales. Our holiday parks in North Wales are in great locations for visiting the various attractions in the area and having family days out to castles and museums. Image by Victoria Maddocks