January Maintanence Schedule

- (Added 10. Jan. 2023)
We hope you all enjoyed visiting us this weekend! 🐢
Just a reminder we are closed on selected dates in January to continue with our maintenance work.
We are closed Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, each week, until Friday 27th January!! 
Open everyday here after!
See you soon!

Read More >

Bookmark and Share

Happy New Year! - January Opening Times...

- (Added 9. Jan. 2023)
Just a reminder we are closed on selected dates in January to continue with our maintenance work.

Days closed: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday.

Open: Monday, Friday each week and every day from Friday 27th January!

See you soon!

Santa at SeaQuarium 2022

- (Added 23. Nov. 2022)

We have spoken to Santa and he will be in the SeaQuarium on selected days from Saturday 26th November until Christmas Eve!

You can visit Santa grotto or have breakfast or brunch whilst Santa comes along to see you with a Present and Photo.
Or just visit his Grotto from £7.00

All children's grotto admissions will include a gift. Admission to the aquarium can also be added on when booking.
Booking is preferred 
Child 3-15yrs Package SeaQuarium Entry, Santa, Present, Photo £12.99
Child Under 3 Package SeaQuarium Entry, Santa, Present £7.00
Find out more on our Santa at SeaQuarium page

EVEN the seas aren’t safe from spooky goings on this Halloween!

- (Added 19. Oct. 2022)
Rhyl’s SeaQuarium is a haunted haven for all manner of creepy creatures, slippery sea life and nerve-racking nature.
From Saturday 22nd October to 31st, the SeaQuarium will be alive with Witch-es, ghosts and eerie tales, with spooky Seal demonstrations.

Take yourself on a Spooky Torchlight Tours from 4.30pm will be held as part of the scary celebrations.
Torchlight Tours take place from 27, 28, 31 October, book your day and time slots online.

SeaQuarium Rhyl is open daily from 10am!

- (Added 28. Feb. 2022)

Fantastic news - the SeaQuarium and Seal Cove is fully open with all our exhibits and demonstrations back on !!

We are kindly ask visitors to play their role in protecting themselves and others around them by adhering to the following guidelines:

  • If you have Coronavirus symptoms, please do not enter the SeaQuarium.
  • Please take responsibility for your own social distancing whilst visiting us.
  • SeaQuarium strongly suggests that all guests who are able to wear a mask, do so. Masks will be available at our reception for those who might need to purchase one.
  • Wash your hands regularly and use the hand sanitiser dispensers provided.
  • Follow the one-way system through the SeaQuarium and do not double back. 
We look forward to welcoming you in 2022 and thank you for continuing to support SeaQuarium. 

««« ««  1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5  »» »»»


SeaQuarium Rhyl is now

Please read this news article for further details.

FREE Activity Booklet!

During your visit to the SeaQuarium, don’t forget to take part in our free children’s activity booklet.
Pick up a booklet, find the answers to the questions around SeaQuarium and play some fun games along the way! Children will even receive a sticker at the end of their visit when shown to a member of staff!


Keep In Touch