Out & About
Looking to discover Rhyl? Read on.
The lake is a 12 hectare man-made reservoir and was officially opened in 1895. It is home to Rhyl Miniature Railway, a narrow gauge railway that travels around the lake. The site has a railway museum.
Rhyl Children's Village
Offering a seafront children’s fair and rides. Also home to the Vue Cinema: www.myvue.com
Musicals, shows, concerts, stage shows, the theatre has a year-round programme to suit everyone: www.rhylpavilion.co.uk
Discover species from around the world in this seafront aquarium: www.seaquarium.co.uk
The White Rose centre is home to a wide-range of shops with more to be found on the High Street and in neighbouring streets: www.whiterosecentre.com
Sport and activities
The town’s football team is Rhyl F.C., known as the Lilywhites. Rhyl also has a leisure centre, bike track and much, much more.
Rhyl Leisure Centre
Click here for more information about the Rhyl Leisure Centre.
This Victorian Park has tennis courts, bowling greens, a putting green, and café.
Grange Road, Rhyl
Rhyl Adventure Playground
Rhydwen Close Playing Fields, Rhydwen Drive, Rhyl: www.rapa.compufixgb.com
Rhyl Harbour and Bike Hub
The perfect spot to watch the boats come in and out, enjoy a spot of lunch or hire a bike for a promenade cycle – Rhyl is part of the National Cycle Route 5. The harbour is home to the iconic Pont y Ddraig bridge.
It’s easy to find us. Rhyl has a bustling train station and is served by main road (A55 and A548 coast roads), train and bus links. Arriva and Virgin Trains both operate in and out of Rhyl as do Arriva Buses.
Looking for somewhere to stay?
Tourist Information Centre
Rhyl Children’s Village
Tel: 01745 355068/01745 344515
Off to the beach?
Tide Times: www.thebeachguide.co.uk/north-wales/clwyd/rhyl-weather.htm
RNLI at Rhyl: rhyl-lifeboat.co.uk