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Natureland Seal Sanctuary, Skegness

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.3/5 based on 1,500+ reviews on the web
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. Plan to visit Natureland Seal Sanctuary during your Skegness vacation using our convenient Skegness itinerary maker.
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  • Have been coming to Natureland Skegness for years and it's always great to see the seals as well as the other animals there. Lots to do with a nice gift shop with a range of souvenirs there also. 
  • Although on the small side, dont be alarmed. This is a cracking wee place where we had loads of fun. From the off, the woman who served us entry to the place was warm and welcoming and very polite. It...  read more »
  • While staying in the area we just happened to walk past the natureland seal sanctuary and decided to go in have have a look. Entry is £8.50 for adults which is a good price. Once you have entered you ...  read more »
  • Not very big, dont expect to be here for too long. Theres a pay and display car park a couple of minutes walk up the road with lots of spaces and its £2.50 for 2 hours parking which will definitely be enough time to see everything. Didnt try on site restaurant so cant comment but it was nice to have public displays for seal and penguin feeding times. Great to have a chance to donate to a worthy cause at the end of the displays too.
  • Despite the small park size there is a great deal to see making the entry fee well worthwhile, plus a lot of the money they gain is used on the seal rescue and sanctuary side of things which they have great success with. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful, particularly with disabled customers. The animals are well looked after though some of the exhibits are a little dated; they are still excellent for the money they appear to have. The butterfly house is amazing in summer and there are alpacas and a petting zoo which are excellent for adults and children alike. Highly recommended, and the family ticket is a good deal. Lots of car parks nearby :)
  • Such a lovely place and such a great cause. We loved it.
  • Nice afternoon out with the family. The place could probably benefit from a little face lift, but apart from that everyone had a great time.
  • Brilliant place good for the children and lovely to see nature at its best
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