Think you know Wrexham and have done everything the Welsh city has to offer?

If you've ever wondered if there is anything your missing out on, or you're just looking for ideas of things to do, look no further. 

We asked Chat GPT to come up with a bucket list of things to do and see in Wrexham and this is what it said.

The 15 bucket list experiences in Wrexham according to Chat GPT

Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

Marvel at the engineering masterpiece that is Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

Chat GPT also recommends taking a boat ride along the Llangollen Canal.

Chirk Castle

Discover the medieval fortress of Chirk Castle, roam its enchanting gardens, and learn about its fascinating history.

Erddig Park

Enjoy the tranquility of Erddig Park, a National Trust property with beautiful gardens, woodlands, and an impressive country house.

William Aston Hall

Experience live music, comedy, and theatrical performances at William Aston Hall, located in Glyndŵr University.

Bersham Ironworks

Step back in time at Bersham Ironworks, a preserved 18th-century industrial site that offers insights into the region's iron and coal industries.

Ty Mawr Country Park

Embark on nature trails, picnic in scenic surroundings, and spot wildlife at Ty Mawr Country Park, a green oasis on the outskirts of Wrexham.

Wrexham Museum

Immerse yourself in Wrexham's history and heritage at the Wrexham Museum, showcasing exhibitions on local culture, industry, and art.

Watch a football match at the Racecourse Ground

The Leader: The STōK Racecourse is home of Wrexham AFC.The STōK Racecourse is home of Wrexham AFC. (Image: PA)

Cheer on Wrexham AFC - owned by Hollywood A-Listers Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney - the oldest professional football club in Wales, at their historic home stadium, the Racecourse Ground (recently renamed to STōK Racecourse).

Ceiriog Valley

The Leader: Have you visited the Ceiriog Valley yet?Have you visited the Ceiriog Valley yet? (Image: Getty Images)

Take a scenic drive or hike through the picturesque Ceiriog Valley, known for its stunning landscapes, charming villages, and the Pontfadog Oak.

Plassey Craft and Retail Centre

Browse the unique shops and artisan studios at Plassey Craft and Retail Centre, where you can find locally made crafts, gifts, and food products.

Go on a heritage trail

Follow one of the heritage trails in Wrexham, such as the Wrexham Town Heritage Trail or the Rhosllanerchrugog Heritage Trail, to discover the town's historical landmarks.

Stiwt Theatre

Catch a performance at the Stiwt Theatre, a historic venue that hosts a diverse range of shows, including plays, concerts, and community events.

Holt Castle

Visit Holt Castle, a medieval fortress located just outside Wrexham, and explore its ruins while enjoying views of the River Dee.

Grove Park Theatre

Experience local theatre productions and live performances at the Grove Park Theatre, a community-based theater group in Wrexham.