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Skegness Attractions

Skegness Aquarium

- it's all buckets, spades and amusement arcades, right? Wrong! Of course, you can enjoy all the seaside traditions like donkey rides, an afternoon in the pub or an hour at the prize bingo - but there's a lot more to Skegness and its surrounding area than first meets the eye.
Skegness Aquarium is an exciting, brand new family attraction! Based on the story and characters from Treasure Island, you will find a watery world full of pirate adventure awaits you. Take a journey under water through a fantasy Pirate World of Lost Treasure, Sunken Ships and fascinating marine life.Explore the tanks and spot an incredible variety of fish, from venomous predators to colourful shoals of tropical fish!Watch above your heads, as small reef sharks will be patrolling in amongst the endearing clown fish – have you seen these anywhere before?!Wander through the Wreck of Hispaniola, snoop in Long John Silver’s Store, stray into the sunken hold, pretend to swim through the sea cave, touch the sand of Treasure Island and look in Davy Jones’ locker. Why not try the interactive touch pool, the Sunken Hold Feed & Talk, The Wet Lab Presentation or the Pirate Story Time? Skegness Aquarium also offers two brand new and exciting experiences why not find out what it's like to become an aquarium zoological for the day, dont fancy that then why not join the crew by taking the plunge in Skegness Aquarium’s largest exhibit!  

Top Attractions in and around Skegness
Fantasy Island

Fantasy Island

Fantasy Island is Britain's first themed indoor family resort and amusement park. It is located in Ingoldmells near Skegness on the East Coast of England. A magical world of fun, thrills and experiences for all the family.
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Tel: 01754 615860

Bell Leisure

We have a fleet of adult karts powered by Honda GX270 belt driven enginees, they are all equipped with adjustable pedals.

For the smaller children we have a fleet of bambino karts which are powered by Honda 100cc engines, your child must be at least 4ft to fit in the bambino karts.
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Tel: 01754 612266

Skegness Tower Cinema

Tower Cinema

Skegness very own two screen cinema.  Located in the heart of Skegness next to the clock Tower.  Recently Modernised using the latest of digital and sound technology.  Open 7 days a week.  
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Tel: 01754 765152


Skegness Golf Centre

Skegness Golf Centre
Designed to help you play, practise and enjoy your golf, we aim to deliver a great service which will keep you coming back for more!
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Tel: 01754 871020


Be it feeding the pets in the children's corner or watching the beautiful Coral Fish or Tropical Butterflies, entertainment value is high at Natureland and one of the most popular features is feeding time for the seals and penguins.
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Tel: 01754 764345

BJs Ingoldmells


Ingoldmells number one night sport for families with some of the country’s top live acts, brilliant live resident team shows, characters Captain Jack, Benji the Bear & Buster the Spaniel, as well as classic favorites like Bingo, Karaoke
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Tel: 01754 871526


Skegness Pier

Skegness Pier
Skegness Entertainment at its best. From Ten Pin Bowling to Amusements and Laserquest Skegness Pier is a Great Idea!
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Tel: 01754 765858

Embassy Theatre Skegness

Embassy Theatre Skegness
Fantastic Shows, well known comedians, live music, theatre productions and much more... take a look at whats on during your stay in Skegness.
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Tel: 0845 674 0505

Batemans Brewery

Batemans Brewery
Batemans Brewery is one of the country’s oldest family breweries. It is based on an old windmill, dating back two centuries and overlooks the River Steeping.
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Tel: 01754 880317


Other attractions and things to do in Skegness

Skegness Stadium:- Thrills and Spills with Stockcar Racing.
Tel:0844 559 1228

Church Farm Museum:- Lincolnshire’s only open air farming museum situated in the heart of Skegness. With so many things to see and explore.
Tel:01754 766658

X Site Skatepark:- An exciting indoor and outdoor skate park so rain or shine your guaranteed a good time.
Tel:01754 762579

The Parrot Zoo:- Britain's only registered Parrot Sanctuary.
Tel:0871 384 1130

Hardys Animal Farm:- is a great day out in over 7 acres of Lincolnshire countryside yet just 10 minutes walk from the beach, with loads of things to do and animals for you to meet feed and make friends with.
Tel:01754 872267

Aquarium:- is an exciting, brand new family attraction! Based on the story and characters from Treasure Island.
Tel:01754 765152

Butlins:- why not grab a day yourself a day pass and enjoy swimming, the fair and everything else Butlins has to offer or book to stay for your whole holiday.
Tel:  01754 762311 

Skegness itself is home to an ongoing environmental effort to keep seal numbers at a healthy level in The Wash, and it all happens at Natureland Seal Sanctuary on North Parade. You can see the seals being fed, and view dozens of other animals including sheep, goats, penguins, tarantulas and tropical butterflies.

The Skegness attractions don't stop there for nature-lovers - Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve offers hundreds of acres of unspoilt natural habitats for you to walk through, while outside town the Northcote Heavy Horse Centre and the National Parrot Sanctuary both walk the challenging line between attracting visitors and ensuring that their animals receive the best possible care.

What seaside town would be complete without its Pier? Skegness is no exception, where a visit to the Pier will light up your holiday with fun and action from some of the latest videogames, prize machines and outdoor activities that stretch as far as a pleasant walk along the main deck where you can relax and soak up the bracing Skeggy air.

The town's Embassy Theatre regularly welcomes a plethora of performers from comedians like the Chuckle Brothers to spectacular dance action from the Snow White on Ice team - and has even attracted the almost legendary Jools Holland for the resort's eagerly-awaited SO Festival 2017.

Up the coast in Ingoldmells, the mesmerising Fantasy Island combines rides large and small, both inside its colossal glass pyramid and outdoors with, the opportunity to browse through hundreds of stalls at Eastgate Market - the biggest indoor seven-day market in Europe.

Skegness Stadium sits just a few miles outside town, and is home to some of the biggest racing on the UK stox scene, not least of all events like the UK Speed Weekend and national championships across the stock car board.

The nearby market town of Wainfleet too can boast its own unique attraction - Bateman's Brewery. Here you can see just how a pint comes to life as you take a look at what has become an increasingly successful venue for both individual and corporate visits.

Maybe it's not beer you're after, but your own hand-picked selection of delicious fruit? You can find a place for just that at Willows Farm, with its ten-acre field and farm shop providing all the produce you could wish for.

So in short, there's a lot more to Skegness Attractions than you'd think! Why not come and see for yourself...?


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