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Rhyl has long been a top holiday destination enjoyed as a seaside holiday spot, Rhyl is the perfect location for holidays, day trips, business trips, and even weddings. Whether you are on a short break or on a holiday, your visit to Rhyl should be something to remember. Rhyl has many attractions and breathtaking landscapes that will keep you captivated during your entire stay.
Some popular Rhyl attractions include SeaQuarium, this place offers a great underwater experience and fun for the whole family. Experience daily interactive shows and get to see some of the ocean's most amazing creatures as you come face to face with rays, conga eels, and sharks. Bodelwyddan Castle and Park, the castle was built in the 15th century and remodeled extensively during the 19th century in a Gothic Revival style. The castle displays decorative arts, sculptures, and portraits from that period. The castle grounds have a deer park and a historic orchard and woodland where you can go for walks or simply enjoy the beautiful flowers. There are also some remains of World War I practice trenches which were built when the castle was used a training camp to teach new recruits trench warfare.The Pavilion Theatre is located on Rhyl's seafront. It opened its doors in 1991 and has since captivated audiences with comedy, dance, drama, and a variety of musical. It can seat more than 1000 people and is also popular for wedding functions, conferences, seminars, meetings, and training. Rhyl has a stunning selection of attractions that you simply won’t get enough of.