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Activities and Attractions

Tourist Information Tel:01754 899887


Embassy Theatre Tel:01754 768333
The east coast’s premier entertainment venue presents an exciting range of big-name shows throughout the year.


Natureland Seal Sanctuary Tel:01754 764345
Award-winning attraction devoted to the rescue and rearing of the seal and penguin population. Also features an Aquarium, Pets Corner and Tropical House and offers information on animal adoption.


National Parrot Sanctuary Tel:01754 820406
Europe’s only dedicated parrot zoo is home to more than 1,300 species of parrot and parakeet, by far the largest collection in the UK. Visitors can view the birds at close range in the walk-through aviary and there is a licensed bar, picnic area and cafè.


Skegness Pier
Features a host of attractions for all the family, including ten-pin bowling, amusements, fast food outlets and a children’s play area.


Lakeside Leisure Tel:01754 872631
Situated in Chapel St Leonard’s, this leisure facility provides a great day out, with four large, fully stocked fishing lakes, tackle shop, giant Astroglide, Shooting Gallery, amusements and dining facilities.


Fantasy Island – Ingoldmells
Situated just outside Skegness, this is Britain’s first themed indoor resort, with a thrilling range of rides, dining facilities and Europe’s largest indoor market.


Batemans Brewery Tel:01754 880317
The Brewery Visitor Centre offers guided tours of the Victorian brewhouse, which houses the world’s largest collection of bottled beers. There is also a restaurant and gift shop selling many limited edition items.


Church Farm Museum Tel:01754 766658
Lincolnshire’s only open-air museum gives a fascinating insight into rural life in Lincolnshire in the early 1900’s.