Wonderful Rhyl With Interesting Places To Visit

Rhyl, the seaside resort, is the famous tourists attractions of Wales. It is world famous for its great, fun-filled holidays for all ages. Whether you are planning your trip to marine resort, or simply looking for an adventurous experience, Rhyl is the perfect address for you. There are parks, beaches, fun centers, churches, historical sites, museums, etc. that can make your vacation to Rhyl filled with great memories.

Whether you are planning a single day out in Rhyl or a week here; there are many things you should never miss visiting them. There is SunCentre, SeaQuarium, Marine Lake, Children’s Village Theme Park, Sky Tower, Pavilion Theater, Botanical Gardens, The Palace Fun Center, B’s Amusement Park, and much more.

Golden Sandy Beach

The golden sandy beach spread over the six miles in the front side of Rhyl has all the traditional family attractions. The ball games, sandcastles, donkey rides, strolling around the beach and enjoying eating delicious menus are just amazing. Sea fishing from Rhyl Harbour is a great thing one can enjoy along with thrills of watersports.

Marine Lake

Resting to the west of Rhyl the Marine Lake is an ideal sport to enjoy thrilling watersports. Miniature railway that runs around the lake is really a great ride around the lake. A railway center, museum, and children’s playground make the spot a perfect picnic location for families and children.

Rhyl Drift Park

It is a beautiful landscaped space that joins the seafront to the town centre. It has waterparks with its paddling pool and fountains, playgrounds, mini golf, sculptures, and art installations.

Rhyl Marsh Tracks

If you love cycling and wants to experience the thrill of cycling, Rhyl Marsh Track is the perfect place for you. It is amazing cycling centre with cycling track stretching more than a kilometer in length. It has a BMX race track that replicates the London 2012 BMX course.

Botanical Gardens

It is worth exciting to visit botanical garden which is open for all ages. It’s a nice palce with play area for children, grass bowls, tennis courts, lovely gardens, football pitch, nice cafes for drinks and snacks.

Apart from a seaside town, and long spread lovely sandy beaches, Rhyl is known for history and heritage. It has thriving brickmaking industries with four clay pits on its edge from 19th century, the red brick buildings dating between 1860 to 1940, and many grade II listed buildings like Parish Church of St. Thomas in Bath Street, Sussex Street Baptist Church, Royal Alexandra Hospital, The railway station, Bodelwyddan Castle and park, and Rhyl Town Hall.

If you are on a single day trip to Rhyl, it is great to explore at least one or two of the spots standing nearby. Well, a single day is not at all enough to explore Rhyl. Rhyl has plenty of things to do and has something for everyone. Visit to Rhyl will never disappoint you, rather, you will surely think about coming to Rhyl again and again to explore its beauty, fun, and adventures.

Please also read our guide to the local hotels to ensure you make the best choice for you and your family.