Rhyl SeaQuarium is located on the North Wales coastline, with stunning panoramic views of the River Clwyd.

Where can I find the SeaQuarium?

If you're travelling by car, take the M6 junction 20 to the M56, A55 junction 27 onto the A525 and follow the signs to Rhyl.

The centre houses species from all across the globe! Come and tour their 10 different aquatic zones, including their outdoor exhibit Seal Cove where you can catch a show – these talented seals can perform flipper walks, hurdle jumps and even balancing acts in their 330,000-litre pool! Come on a journey of discovery, and learn about some incredible aquatic wildlife, from local species to things you’ve never seen before! You’re sure to meet some amazing creatures, such as the memorising Moon jellyfish (the first time they’ve been displayed in North Wales), the tropical terrapins, the terrifying spider crabs, the vibrant tropical fish and many more, many more! The final exhibit is a sight to behold – a specially constructed glass tunnel, where you can walk and be surrounded by some of the ocean’s most spectacular life.

Feeling hungry? Driftwood Cafe has a selection of hot and cold drinks available, as well as delicious lunch options (chips, pizza, burgers, hotdogs). There’s even ice cream for those hotter days!

  • Open Monday to Sunday: 10am-4pm
  • Adult Ticket: £9.99
  • Child Ticket: £8.99
  • Senior Ticket: £9.25
  • Under 3’s Ticket: Free
  • Only 6 people per booking are allowed

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