Rhyl is a lively, exciting seaside town, with lots of attractions for families and a great deal of heritage for history-lovers. Rhyl's six miles of safe and sandy beach is one the town's greatest attractions; also the Children's Village, with carousel and vintage car rides, which can be found right on the seafront.
Rhyl Miniature Railway offers a nostalgia experience suitable for children of all ages. Enjoy a ride on a 1920s miniature train, on what is now Britain's oldest miniature line. At ‘Central Station’ find out the history of the railway, where there are hands on exhibits to amuse the younger ones.
Rhyl SeaQuarium has an open seafront location and sits on the beautiful North Wales coastline. Travel beneath the waves, from tranquil fresh waters to the cold depths of the abyss, along the way encountering strangely shaped sturgeon, sharks found off our very own coast and rays that glide effortlessly through the water.
Rhyl Sun Centre is a water park with a difference. Features include the lagoon pool with tropical storms, monorail for a birds eye view of everything, dragon slide, baby pool for the little ones, and Britain's first indoor surfing pool! From the Sky Tower get an amazing view of Rhyl and the countryside around.
Get the most out of your multi-journey saver tickets by visiting the following towns in the area: