award-winning, vibrant, family-friendly seaside resort with traditional attractions

Skegness is the home of the traditional seaside holiday experience with amusement arcades, quintessentially British seaside eateries such as fish and chip shops, candyfloss, ice cream, doughnut stalls and more! There's also Botton's Pleasure Beach, Skegness Pier, Skegness Aquarium and nightclubs and bars all in close proximity. The first Butlins was built here in 1936 and remains a popular holiday spot for families offering fun-packed Day Visits and Holidays. Skegness has been a seaside vacationers' favourite for over 100 years, Skegness Pier is in fact over 100 years old and at the time of its build was the fourth longest in England, originally stretching a length of 1,844 ft! 

Skegness beach holds the prestigious Blue Flag award meaning that it is amongst the cleanest in the world. 

By night, enjoy great entertainment for all ages including regular big name shows at the Embassy Theatre. Enjoy a drink in a lively bar or a delicious meal at a nearby restaurant. 

There is plenty to see and do and is a must when in the county. Come and join in the fun! 

Skegness Aquarium

Visit Skegness Aquarium and explore the aquatic universe of beautiful, dangerous and mesmerising sea life and creepy crawlies.

Natureland Seal Sanctuary

Natureland Seal Sanctuary offers a fun and educational day out for the whole family. Meet all kinds of animals from all over the world.

transport

Skegness Seasiders

The Skegness Seasiders are on hand to make sure visitors to Skegness have a great time. The Seasiders stop at all the key attractions, and their frequent 10 minute service means you can get around Skegness with ease.

Butlin's Skegness

Butlin’s is the home of entertainment and they provide both fun-filled day visits and all-action getaways for the whole family.

local food & drink

Bateman's Brewery

Bateman’s Brewery pride themseles on giving one of the best brewery tours and tutored tastings in the country. The tour guides are knowledgeable, insightful and full of amusing tales, making the tour interesting, entertaining and fun – enjoyable for both beer lovers and those who are shortly to be converted.

Bateman's Brewery

tourist information centre

Skegness Embassy Theatre

Make time to visit Skegness Tourist Information Centre located in Skegness Embassy Theatre. Their welcoming staff are on hand to help you make the most of your holiday.

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getting here

The location in central eastern England is ideal for easy access for most visitors throughout the UK.

For those wishing to travel to Skegness by car please refer to the following useful information:
 
From London: M25 - A1 or M11 or M1 north.
 
From the Midlands: A52 or A158
 
From the North: M180 - A16

more about the Coast

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