Skegness Sands is the perfect base for your holiday or short break by the sea. We have a wealth of local attractions and sights to enjoy including:
Butlins Funcoast World
Hardy’s Animal Farm
Water Leisure Park
Natureland Seal Sanctuary
Stock Car Stadium
Ten Pin Bowling
Theatres & Cinema
The Maid Marian Theatre Bar Complex
Pubs & Restaurants
Miles of golden beaches
Attractions and Things to do near Down the Lincolnshire Coast
To the south of Skegness is Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve which conserves this un-spoilt stretch of coastline and its important communities of plants and animals.
North of Skegness Sands is: Butlins Where you are sure to have a great time.
At Ingoldmells have the ride of your life at the multi-award winning family visitor attraction The Magical World Of Fantasy Island that offers amazing array of theme park thrills, experiences and fun? World Class rides the Amazing Confusion, Absolutely Insane, Millennium & Jubilee Odyssey Roller Coasters, Volcanic Impact and G-Force are all just waiting to be discovered. With many of the attractions housed beneath a huge landmark pyramid structure the weather is never a problem. All of which stands hand in hand with Europe’s biggest seven-day market.
A visit to Chapel St Leonard’s and The Maid Marian Theatre Bar at the Robin Hood Leisure Park is a must. Here you can see superb shows featuring international star names, television and recording artistes in the comfort of the luxurious surroundings of the regions largest cabaret room. The magnificent Aqua Splash Indoor Leisure Pool Complex with its superb facilities is an enjoyable way for families to spend a day.
Attractions and Things to do Inland
If you fancy a day out in the surrounding countryside, Skegness Sands is the perfect base from which to discover Lincolnshire’s Poacher Country. During your visit you will discover beautiful, typically English countryside, peaceful woodlands, picturesque villages, traditional market towns and the vibrant, historic city of Lincoln.
This ancient market town once served the farming community with its cattle market and produce auction. The lively market still continues every Tuesday. Alford now features the Craft Market on Tuesdays and Fridays through the Summer.
Spilsby is situated between the Lincolnshire Wolds and the Fens. The town is host to a lively market each Monday where many things are bought and sold, ranging from vegetables and game to household goods.
Lincolnshire's most famous explorer, Sir John Franklin - who discovered the North-West Passage - was born in Spilsby in 1768, and a bronze statue of him stands in the Market Place.
The rolling hills of Lincolnshire are very attractive; great for holidays, biking, horse riding, walking and living. We are a farming people that have raised sheep, cattle and pigs for generations.
The Lincolnshire Wolds are the highest point in eastern England between Yorkshire and Kent. They are designated an Area of Outstanding National Beauty. The fertile chalk hills have been shaped by agriculture for more than 4,000 years.
Alfred Lord Tennyson was born and raised in Somersby which is in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds and not far from Spilsby, the birthplace of Sir John Franklin.