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WHERE TO FIND US

SC2, West Parade, Rhyl, LL18 1BF.

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How to find us:

Our address is SC2, West Parade, RHYL, Denbighshire, LL18 1BF. SC2 is located on the B5118, West Parade. It is situated near to the Sky Tower, which is clearly visible on approach and also the Vue Cinema.  The Promenade is signposted clearly from within the town centre.

Travelling to SC2 by Bus:

The closest bus stops to SC2 are located on East Parade approximately 400m from the Centre and opposite the Seaquarium.  A wider bus service can be accessed from Rhyl Bus Station which is a 5-10 minute walk from SC2 and is located south east of the Centre.

Travelling to SC2 by Train:

Rhyl Railway Station is located 650m from SC2 (approx. a 10 minute walk).  The station operated by Arriva Trains Wales provides regular connections to local and national destinations.

Journeys can be planned using the following :- http://www.traveline.cymru/

Car parking:

Upon arrival to SC2 there are disabled parking spaces available to use and wheel chair access leading to the entrance. There are two pay and display car parks near to SC2. The Sky Tower Car Park is located close to SC2, but has a limited number of spaces.  We recommend customers use the central long stay car park, which is accessed from the clock tower roundabout, which has more spaces and costs less.  Unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to supply change for parking.

Details of charges and opening times of these car parks can be found here:  www.denbighshire.gov.uk/car-parks www.sirddinbych.gov.uk/meysydd-parcio

Disabled parking

There are spaces reserved for State Registered Blue Badge holders in every car park; the number of these spaces is different at every car park.


Food & Drink

Refuelling is definitely a requirement for our energetic Ninja TAG visitors and you need look no further than the Ninja Tag Café. With a delicious selection of hot and cold drinks, tasty ice creams and mouth-watering snacks.

Ninja TAG Cafe

Refuelling is definitely a requirement during your visit and you need look no further than the Ninja Tag Café. With a delicious selection of hot and cold drinks, tasty ice creams and mouth-watering snacks.

The Rainforest Diner

Open at weekends and situated close to the reception area, this is the largest eatery within SC2.  With a wide variety of delicious meal deals and great value dishes on offer, there’s something for everyone.

To find out more about the delicious eateries at SC2 visit the SC2 website.


Groups & School Trips

At SC2, we can’t wait to welcome you to our exhilarating world of fun and adventure. With opportunities for confidence building and physical challenge combined with guaranteed fun – SC2 is the perfect venue for your school or group outing.

Denbighshire Leisure is absolutely committed to developing and sustaining healthier, happier and fitter communities.

With the first Ninja TAG arena in North Wales and the first Junior Ninja TAG arena in the world, SC2 offers something new and ground breaking for all ages, particularly children and young people.

Encouraging physical literacy at an early age is absolutely vital if we are to address the growing inactivity crisis and Ninja TAG provides them with spaces that excite, enthuse and encourage movement.

If you haven’t seen Ninja TAG before, it is an indoor arena based game designed to test strategy, speed, agility and awareness, whilst also having a huge amount of fun.  Hidden throughout the arena are a large number of illuminated computer controlled TAGs, some much harder to reach than others, and points are collected by players on a wristband sensor, as they find each TAG.  Pupils with the right strategy, might even find themselves on our leader board!

Separate arenas for 5-7 year olds and over 8’s provide all the elements needed for a fantastic school trip – entertainment, physical activity, mental challenge and absolutely no worries about the weather! 

Ninja TAG tickets include 2 x games which last exactly 20 mins and sessions are designed to give participants a 5-minute break between the two games.

Learning will take on a new dimension, as you test your endurance, strategy and skill in the Ninja TAG zone. This indoor obstacle arena will you have racing to beat to your friends to the computerised TAGs. Try Junior Ninja TAG or the main Ninja TAG structure.

Please note: There is a minimum height of 1.2m

Book your trip today:

Learning will take on a new dimension, as you test your endurance, strategy and skill in the Ninja TAG zone. This indoor obstacle arena will you have racing to beat to your friends to the computerised TAGs. Try Junior Ninja TAG or the main Ninja TAG structure.
Book today From £5.50 per person

Book a joint package with the waterpark here.

Complete your NinjaTAG wavier

In order to play Ninja Tag Active, you must first complete a waiver.
The easiest way to do this is online when you book your TAG session.
Completing a waiver in advance speeds up your check-in process on the day.

Sign your waiver

Frequently Asked Questions

 

How can I contact SC2?

By telephone on 01745 777562
By email on info@sc2rhyl.co.uk
By Facebook/Twitter.
By Post: SC2, West Parade, RHYL, Denbighshire, LL18 1BF.

We do receive a high volume of queries, so if you require urgent information or your query is time sensitive eg booking for next day, we would recommend you contact one of our customer service team by phone.

Is there a discount for locals?

Leisure card holders can access discounted prices during term times only.  Leisure Cards are available to purchase from reception.

Is there a discount for Registered Carers?

We do offer registered carers a discount.  On receipt of a NEWCIS card (https://www.newcis.org.uk/) or any other local authority scheme, you are entitled to a free leisure card, provided by SC2.  The Leisure Card will entitle you to a cheaper entry price to SC2.

Where do I park when visiting Ninja TAG?

The Sky Tower Car Park is located close to SC2, but has a limited number of spaces.  We recommend customers use the central long stay car park, which is accessed from the clock tower roundabout, which has more spaces and costs less.  Unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to supply change for parking.

Can I bring my own food and drink into Ninja TAG?

Food and drink consumed on the premises must have been bought from one of SC2’s catering outlets.  We have 5 food & drinks outlets with a wide range of snacks, meals and drinks available.  Please remember all catering outlets stop serving one hour before SC2 closes. Visit our page on food & drink for more information.

Is there a height or age restriction?

Yes, to go on the Junior Ninja TAG structure  you need to be over 90cm and below 1.2m. To go on the main structure you need to be over 1.2m.

How can I give feedback on my visit?

We welcome all feedback from customers and will use any concerns raised or improvements suggested positively.  We would request customers raise any concerns regarding their visit with a manager before leaving, and we will do our best to resolve any issues.

If I am delayed and miss my session, can I have a refund?

Unfortunately, we are not able to offer refunds for missed sessions due to inclement weather, traffic, change of plans etc.  At the management’s discretion, we can offer a refund if a session is missed due to a medical situation and a doctor’s letter can be produced.   


Terms & Conditions

TAG Active Arena Rules

Medication – Bring all medication you may need throughout your activity.

Food / Drink – Do not take food or drink into the TAG Active arena.

Warning – Failure to follow these rules may result in serious injury. Participate at your own risk.

TAG Active is a physically challenging assault course style arena and by participating you understand that the activity is high risk and failure to follow the safety rules could result in serious injury. 

Inherent dangers or risks include, but are not limited to:

  • Falling from obstacles; – Jarring and hard landings;
  • Collision with other participants or equipment; – Falling Over;
  • Rope Burns; – Possible limb entrapment;
  • Slipping on obstacles; – Becoming disorientated;
  • Effects of vertigo; – Effects of claustrophobia;
  • Falling from a height;

Arena Players:

  • Only participate in TAG Active if you are in good physical condition.
  • You must not knowingly be pregnant.
  • You must not knowingly have an existing medical condition which may affect your safety in TAG Active arena.
  • You must not be under the influence of alcohol, illicit drugs or prescribed medication that may affect your ability to function safely in the TAG Active arena.
  • You must not enter the TAG Active arena unless you are a registered player with a registered wristband and have signed a waiver and undertaken the safety briefing.
  • Do not make physical contact with other players in the arena.
  • Do not attempt any skill or activity outside your own limitations, abilities or skill level.
  • You must keep your shoes on at all times.
  • Ensure that you remain within your own ability and fitness level at all times.

Arena Structures:

  • DO NOT climb on the outside of the structures.
  • DO NOT loosen grip whilst descending on ropework.
  • DO NOT take balls outside of their area.
  • DO NOT purposefully swing objects into other players.
  • DO NOT remove your wristband at any time.
  • DO check for other players before descending from upper levels.
  • DO take care when tagging the lights to prevent injury to your wrist / arm.
  • DO adhere to safety instructions presented to you at the safety briefing and TAG Active staff.
  • DO adhere to event routes where present.
  • DO take caution ascending and descending the ramps.

Emergency / Assistance:

  • Please notify a member of arena staff should you not feel well or require assistance.
  • In an emergency please follow the green arrows for your nearest escape route.
  • Always follow the TAG Active instructions. Dangerous behaviour will not be tolerated and you could be asked to leave TAG Active arena.

TAG Active Dress Code

Shoes – Wear sensible sports shoes. (Open toed shoes, croc type shoes, espadrilles or open back shoes must not be worn)

Clothing – Wear suitable full body clothing, i.e long sleeve top and full length bottoms.
Secure all drawstrings prior to participation. Do not wear items of clothing with sharp items on them. Do not wear torn clothing. Remember to wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty or even slightly damaged.

Jewellery – Remove all jewellery. Please do not bring these to the session. Lockers are available.

Hair – Securely tie back loose hair prior to participation.

Loose Items – You must not have anything in your pockets or attached to you that may fall. Please use the lockers provided. This includes all electronic devices.

about tag active

Come and challenge yourself on the first Junior TAG in the UK and the first TAG Active in North Wales.  This fantastic indoor multi-level play area is a cross between Total Wipeout and Ninja Warrior, all in one exciting experience.

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