Days Out

There is so much to see and do; from wide open spaces to historic houses, castles, and beaches. Take a look at some of the amazing places to visit and start planning your next adventure.

Love Lincolnshire Wolds

Boasting 216 square miles of unspoilt countryside, the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural beauty (AONB) is a nationally important and cherished landscape, home to some of the UK’s finest countryside. So much to discover including hiking, biking, horse riding, climbing, swimming, kayaking, flying, camping, fishing, motor racing and so much more! The area is also rich in culture and heritage. You can enjoy a steam train railway ride, and learn about the patchworks of airfields and RAF museums across Lincolnshire, including the famous Lancaster Bomber and Dambusters, that help shape our rich aviation history. For more information click here

Batemans Brewery & Visitor Centre – Wainfleet

Situated a short stroll from Wainfleet station this wonderful brewery set in an 18th Century Windmill offers a brewery tour featuring both traditional and modern brewing methods. The brewery holds a varied calendar of events including Bands on the Banks and is home to our very own Music Train. For more information click here

Natureland Seal Sanctuary

Situated on the sea front this is a must do attraction for all the family. See rescued seals rehabilitated and returned to the wild along with lots of other animals including penguins. For more information click here

Skegness Pleasure Beach

Situated just a 5 minute stroll from the station the Pleasure Beach contains everything for the family; from Fairground rides, Pier, Donkey rides to delicious Fish and Chips; everything you would expect from a premier seaside destination.

Skegness is one of only 2 places on the East Coast which offers Sand Wheelchair hire which can go into the sea! For more information about wheelchair hire click here

Fantasy Island, Ingoldmells

Just a short bus ride away from Skegness you will find all the fun and excitement of this amusement park. Here you will also find Europe’s largest 7 day market along with golden sandy beaches and a plethora of accommodation. For more information click here

Regular buses depart from the bus station situated right next door to the station.

Butlin’s Resort

Butlin’s ResortLocated on the outskirts of Skegness, this exciting family resort was the first of the Butlin’s resorts to open. With so much to do you can stay for your entire holiday or visit as a day visitor. For more information click here.

Regular buses leave from the bus station, handily located right next door to the station.

Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve

Vist this dynamic stretch of unspoilt coastline running from the edge of Skegness to the mouth of the wash. Take in impressive views and be awed by the sheer scale and diversity of the wildlife. There is a visitor centre and café onsite and all routes are accessible for all. For more information click here

There is a coastal walking and cycling route from Skegness or via CallConnect bus

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