Trains to Rhyl

Rhyl is a Welsh seaside resort town of Denbighshire, it is located between Rhuddlan to the south and Prestatyn to the east. Situated on the north-east coast of Wales at the mount of River Clwyd the town over the years has become an elegant Victoria resort and a popular tourist destination.

Since the 1990s, the area declined dramatically due to a decrease in tourism travelling to the area. In recent years thanks to European funding secured by the Welsh Government regeneration projects have contributed to the redevelopment of Rhyl's seafront including Drift Park development on the promenade, the reopening of the town's miniature railway around the Marine Lake, the reconstruction of the West End of Rhyl and £4 million towards the regeneration of Rhyl College.

Rhyl train station is located three-minute walk from the town centre offering heritage lovers a wide array of listed buildings, starting from Bath Street where St Thomas Parish Church. A Grade II listed building set in the town centre is Foryd Harbour Bridge, a blue bridge with connecting the town with Kinmel Bay. Book group train tickets to Rhyl and experience the town top attractions including Rhyl Children's Village theme park featuring the 250-foot (76 m) high Sky Tower, the SeaQuarium, and the New Pavilion Theatre showcasing major music and entertainment shows to an audience of over 1000 people. A family day out could include the opportunity to ride the Rhyl Miniature trains located at Marine Lake, engaging on numerous watersports in the man-made reservoir whilst the kids play in the playground.


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Last updated:   11 October 2021