SeaQuarium offers an underwater voyage of discovery, where you can experience aquatic life from several regions of the world.☎ 01745344660Recommended by Holly Watson, Chester
Rhyl Miniature Railway
Our railway first opened on 1st May 1911, and has been delighting visitors for over a hundred years.☎ 01352759109Recommended by Tom Statham, Chester
Rhyl Sun Centre
Dare you descend the 260ft BLACK THUNDER? Feel the rush as you fall into total darkness. Take a leisurely ride down the buzz slide.
The home of Lord Langford and his family, Bodrhyddan is basically a 17th century house with 19th century additions.☎ 01745590414Recommended by Marcus Power, Wrexham
Knightlys Fun Parks
North Wales Premier Family Fairground And Amusement Park by the beach.
Denbigh Town Walls FREE
Substantial circuit of walls forming the castle's 'town ward', and built to protect the new borough.
Denbigh, Leicester's Church FREE
Remains of the only large new church built in the reign of Elizabeth I. Begun by Robert Dudley, earl of Leicester, in 1578.
Denbigh Friary FREE
Established as a Carmelite friary. Remains of the late thirteenth-century church survive.
Denbigh’s finest feature is its striking triple-towered great gatehouse.
Denbigh, St Hilary's Chapel FREE
Built about 1300 as a chapel to serve the new town. The tower and a short section of the west wall survive.
The castle remained faithful to the Edwardian principle of seaborne access.
Rhyl Museum FREE
The bustling life of a seaside resort is captured as you stroll down an Edwardian 'pier', peek into old-fashioned kiosks.
The Pavilion Theatre
Located on the East Parade and seafront of Rhyl, the Pavilion Theatre is a self contained entity.
Rhyl Leisure Centre
Swimming Pool. Learner Pool. Sports Hall. Fitness Suite. Dance Studio. Gymnasium. All Weather Pitch.