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Natureland Seal Sanctuary, Skegness

4.5
#1 of 94 in Parks in Lincolnshire
Must see · Nature / Park · Wildlife Area
Feed and interact with baby seals and penguins at Natureland Seal Sanctuary, a renowned wildlife facility dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of orphaned and injured seal pups. Wounded seals are often found stranded all along Lincolnshire’s coast, and the sanctuary’s devoted staff runs a purpose-built hospital, where these animals are healed before being released back into the wild. Crocodiles, sheep, goats, snakes, tarantulas, scorpions, and a wide range of tropical butterflies are also cared for and protected at the sanctuary. The site features convenient tourist facilities, including a cafe, gift shop, and a small children’s play area. Visit the sanctuary website for accurate feeding times, special offers, and upcoming events. For Natureland Seal Sanctuary and beyond, use our Skegness day trip planner to get the most from your Skegness vacation.
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  • A great attraction for all ages, baby seals penguins and alpacas. Great price £10 per person. Only one word of warning beware of Henry the goat does not bite but will eat anything.  more »
  • Loved the sanctuary! It was at the top of the list of things that I wanted to do on my trip and did not disappoint! The price of under £20 for 2 adults is VERY reasonable for what's on offer. The...  more »
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  • This was a great place to visit whilst in Skegness, even as a solo traveler. The park is compact, but this is reduces the amount of walking needed to see everything. My recommendation for visiting in the summer is to go early into the reptile house because you'll need to cool off when to come out. You can get real close to the animals and the feeding time talks are worth the wait.
  • This is a great seal sanctuary, its fairly small but quite a lot to look at. The feeding talks are good too and its nice to know that the seal pups are rescued, nursed back to health and then released back into the sea. I would say it is worth the money to get in and the staff are always really friendly

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