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Whatever your taste in holiday entertainment Rhyl and Prestatyn offers something for everyone - young and not-so-young.
Fun filled Days and Nights that is Rhyl and Prestatyn. Festivals, carnivals, displays, Marching Bands, ballroom dancing, children's activities and visits by well known personalities all make for a memorable holiday.
When the sun has set enjoy the many night clubs, discos, quieter pubs, an evening at the theatre or cinema, visit one of the many eating places or "Cheer on" your favourite horse at the nearby Raceway at Towyn.
The Knights Cavern in Rhyl is an unrivalled experience of sensory bombardment. It combines sophisticated electronic special effects with the skills of master animations to produce stunning effects that convey all the mystery, magic, splendour and tragedy of Ancient Wales.
Geronimo's at Knights Cavern is a huge indoor wonderland with a 25 foot monster drop slide, Cheyenne Falls and a host of other thrilling attractions.
Rhyl Botanic Gardens
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of your holiday - stroll around the wide variety of shops in Rhyl's indoor White Rose Centre or Prestatyn's main street where famous named stores are found amidst smaller locally owned businesses.
Admire the profusion of colour at the award winning Botanical Gardens in Rhyl or Coronation Gardens in Prestatyn.
Colour is everywhere as carnivals take to the streets in all parts of the coastal area - floats, jazz bands, Morris Dancing and marching bands all add to that holiday experience.
If you wish to see how the resorts have changed over the years a visit to the Rhyl Museum and Arts Centre is very informative and interesting, entry is free.
All Within Reach
Rhyl and Prestatyn are ideal touring bases in which to visit many attractions and places of scenic beauty within North Wales.
Only three miles inland is the historic village of Rhuddlan and its castle, the stately home of Bodrhyddan Hall, Dyserth Waterfalls, Bodelwyddan Castle, an outpost of the National Portrait Gallery, whilst further afield is St Asaph Cathedral and the towns of Denbigh and Ruthin, where Ruthin Craft Centre hosts a changing exhibition programme of internationally recognised artists and crafts people, together with many working craft studios.
Travel the Horseshoe Pass to Llangollen - the home of the International Music Eisteddfod which is held in July each year. Visit a motor museum and the Llangollen Steam Railway or travel on a barge or boat on the Llangollen Canal.
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