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Rhyl Miniature Railway
Britain's oldest miniature railway - train rides around Marine Lake since 1911. Museum with interactive touch screen, gift shop and toilets.
Our railway first opened on 1st May 1911, and has been delighting visitors for over a hundred years!
We offer a nostalgia experience suitable for children of all ages. Most of our visitors begin by enjoying a train ride on what is now Britain's oldest miniature line. Our steam trains were built in Rhyl during the 1920s, and so have been hauling passengers around Marine Lake for the last eighty years!
Upon returning to ‘Central Station’, find out more about our story in our museum, where there are hands on exhibits to amuse the younger ones.
The fare is only £2.00 per adult and £1.50 per child, ages 2 to 14
|Season Dates||Opening Hours|
|Fri 29 Mar 2013 - Sun 29 Sep 2013|
|Notes||Open 11am to 4pm (minimum) every weekend from Easter to end of September, also on Bank Holiday Mondays and daily during summer school holidays.
Steam trains every Sunday and on Friday/Saturday during school holidays. Diesel or electric trains at other times.
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VenueRhyl Miniature Railway
Marine Lake, Wellington Road, RHYL, Denbighshire, LL18 1AQ
Map reference: SH 999807 Lat: 53.31376 Long: -3.50319
We are located at Marine Lake, behind the promenade at the west end of Rhyl, close to the river crossing (the blue bridge).
Look for the white on brown signs from Wellington Road (A548) to find the Marine Lake car park.
Parking : free
Accessible by Public Transport : 1 mile (1.6 kms) from Rhyl station
If availability for this property is unknown please call the North Wales Tourism team on 08705 168 767 or use our online enquiry form. We can check availability, search for special offers and book your accommodation for you.
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