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Skegness is a fun place to visit for all the family, with things to do and places to go to suit every taste!

SkegnessThe seaside town of Skegness, and the nearby coastal villages of Ingoldmells and Chapel St. Leonards, make up one the best known and loved holiday resorts in the United Kingdom, and can boast of award-winning beaches some ten miles in length.

There really is something for everyone in Skegness, from state-of-the-art whiteknuckle rollercoaster rides to the tranquility of nature reserves, with many of other attractions in between.

Probably the best known attraction is the world's first Butlins which is located a short bus ride away. With many attractions including the Skyline Pavillion, Toyland, Sub-Tropical Waterworld, tenpin bowling and an entertainment centre with live shows it is ideal for a daytrip for all the family.

 short bus ride away in Ingoldmells you will find Fantasy Island, Britain's first themed indoor family resort and amusements park. Fantasy Island is home to some of the UK's most exciting rollercoasters, including the Millennium Rollercoaster and The Odyssey, as well as the Absolutely Insane vertical thrill ride among others and entry is free. For the slightly less adventurous there are a number of other, more sedate rides and attractions at Fantasy Island, as well as a variety of food halls, restaurant and shopping. Fantasy Island is also home to the famous Eastgate Market which is open seven days a week during high season for some fantastic bargains.

Those seeking thrills are not limited to this, but there is also the Bottons Pleasure Beach, providing a whole host of rides and attractions to Skegness Clocktowersuit all tastes, and the Skegness Pier.

The Embassy Theatre, based a short walk away on the sea front, provides excellent entertainment for everybody, with some of the top names of comedy and music appearing throughout the year, as well as the traditional Christmas panto.

For the motorsport fan there is the Skegness Stock Car Stadium in nearby Orby. Skegness Stadium is the home of the 'Speedweekend' and features all different types of oval racing from the low-cost banger racing to powerful F1 stockcars. Throughout the summer they host summer specials where you can see top action from stunt teams, skydiving displays and monster trucks among others. In addition, the legendary Cadwell Park motor racing circuit is within easy driving distance and hosts events most weekends throughout the year including top-level motor racing events.

Stock CarFor more sedate thrills, Skegness is home to some of the best amusement arcades in the country, and there are always plenty of slot machines and penny pushers to go around! Ideal fun for young and old.

Skegness is ideal for both strong walkers and those who are not as mobile. A short distance away from Skegness is the Lincolnshire Wolds which provide ideal walking country and there are a number of routes - guides for which are available from any tourist office. Skegness is primarily built on flat country and this makes it ideal for those with limited mobility, and many attractions cater for the disabled.

Skegness has a beautiful sandy beach, and is home to the award-winning Skegness donkeys from the same company who have been providing donkey rides on the beach for generations. All the attractions you'd associate with a beach resort, such as ice-cream sales, doughnuts, burgers and much more can be found a short walk from the beach and in the surrounding area so there are snack foods and full meals available to suit all tastes.

A short bus ride up the coast leads to Chapel St. Leonards, which has a vast sandy beach and promenade path whiBeachch is ideal for walking. Chapel St. Leonards is a charming village which contains all the charm of a small seaside village whilst still providing entertainment for all. Club Tropicana is based in Chapel St. Leonards and provides a whole host of entertainment and live acts. Chapel St. Leonards is also ideal for bargain shopping with a number of stores offering goods at low prices. Well worth the visit.

Skegness is also excellent for shopping, with many shops for the bargain hunter, as well as the St. Hildreds shopping centre and the high street.

There is this and so much more available in Skegness and the surrounding areas. We have details on many of the attractions available in our reception.

Although some attractions close in the low season, many remain open so there is still plenty to do outside of the summer months! We have three day midweek breaks available from November to March. Skegness is still a great attraction in the winter months!

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