Things to do


 

If you want to take a rest from the beautiful beaches, there are lots of other fun activities to do in the area. Here are some of our favourites with links to their websites.

 

Coast and Country Trail

Just outside the front door this Promenade cycle/pedestrian way is safe for all the family.  There’s no traffic and the cycle paths are wide and go on for miles along the beautiful beaches between Mablethorpe and Huttoft car terrace.

 

Radcliffe Donkey Sanctuary

A lovely place to take the kids. Carrots available to buy so you can feed the donkeys. Non-profit making organization run entirely on donations (and carrot purchases!)

http://www.radcliffedonkeys.com

 

Lincolnshire Aquapark

Trampolines, floats, a giant hamster wheel and a 5m climbing tower to name but a few of the action packed challenges at this new (2017) attraction.

https://www.lincolnshireaquapark.co.uk

 

Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Centre

A wide variety of rescued animals including Primates, Reptiles, Birds of Prey, Meerkats, Aviary Birds and not forgetting the seals!

https://www.thesealsanctuary.co.uk

 

Skegness Aquarium

Join pirates, deep sea divers and maybe a few mermaids at SkegnessAquarium. It’s home to a diverse group of tropical sea life as well as being one of only 3 aquariums in the UK that offer a ‘Dive with Sharks’ experience.

https://www.skegness-aquarium.uk

  


Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre

The Aviation Heritage Centre will give kids a real sense of history. Lots of exhibits including a rare Avro Lancaster Bomber NX611.

http://www.lincsaviation.co.uk

Bateman's Brewery - Visitor Centre

Housed in a beautiful 18th century windmill overlooking the river Steeping this local brew house is a lovely place to visit.  You can go on a tour of the brewery and sample the beer (and other beverages) in Mr. George’s Bar.

https://https://www.bateman.co.uk

  

Donna Nook Nature Reserve

One of the best places to see Grey Seals in the UK. The best time to see them is in Nov/Dec when they give birth near the sand dunes, but they can also be spotted at sea throughout the year.

http://www.lincstrust.org.uk/donna-nook