Rhyl Filled With Lots Of Attractions
A fantabulous coastal town in the North of Wales, UK, Rhyl has authentic flavours of history, spectacular scenery, culture, fun, and adventures. Holidays in Rhyl give visitors an ideal opportunity to enjoy range of beautiful seashore, cycling, biking, playing indoor games, exploring heritage, and much more.
On the way to explore Rhyl, there are some great things to do, see and visit such as:
- SunCentre on the East Parade that has indoor water park with Europe’s first surfing pool, Tropical Strom and Wave Alert, Octopus slide, Elephant slide, and many more attractions.
- A 250 feet high Sky Tower on the West Parade
- SeaQuarium standing in the beachfront where one can explore weird and wonderful fishes and different underwater species. SeaLion Cove where one can meet the harbour seals.
- Pavilion Theatre located on the East Parade and seafront of Rhyl, a vibrant theatre that attract world-class artists.
- Six miles of golden sandy beach with lots of watersports and fun-filled activities like ball games, sandcastles, donkey rides, and much more
- Sea fishing from Rhyl Harbour
- Marine Lake where one can enjoy water sports, strolls around, or can take ride of a miniature railway which runs around. There is also a railway centre and children’s playground
- Rhyl Drift Park Water Play Area, a beautiful landscaped space nestled with waterpark with its paddling pool and fountains, playgrounds, mini golf, open-air theatre, sculptures, and art installations
- Bodelwyddan Castle and Park, a spectacular place full of trails, bird hides, woodland walks, hands-on exhibitions, portrait making, and much more
- Rhyl Marsh Track where one can enjoy cycling. This amazing cycling centre has a road cycling track along with BMX race track
- Children’s Village Theme Park, packed with rides, amusements, rounds and rounds, ups and downs, which keep the kids entertained for hours.
- Sky Tower, a giant light show object
- Parish Church of St. Thomas, a Grade II listed building in Rhyl for prayer
- Botanical Gardens with beautiful floral display enhancing the beauty of the garden is a great place to enjoy fresh air, get active or play tennis
- The Palace Fun Centre, a hive of activity under one roof for everyone, of all ages and interests
- Mr B’s Amusement park with fun, family game for all ages along with children’s favourite characters like Mickey Mouse, Mr Potat Head, Winnie the Pooh strolling around
- Queens Bowling Centre with lots of amusements and stalls
- The Bright Spot Amusement Park that hosts events, attractions, amusement and much more
- Brickfields Ponds, a great place for bird watching where one can easily spot kingfisher, grey heron, and sandmartin along with spots to feed the ducks like mallard, moorhen, and mute swam
It’s easy to reach Rhyl. One can travel to its nearest major airport Liverpool and Manchester. There are small airfields for private charter planes closer to the town. Reaching to Rhyl by water can be through boatyard at its western side harbour. It take just 3 hours to reach Rhyl from London by train.
Once you arrive in Rhyl you can find great accommodation options where you can stay and explore the town.