Natureland Skegness offers a interesting great day out for all ages. With a wealth of wildlife, seals, meerkats, penguins and a pets corner. The fascinating butterfly house and a large aquarium to name but a few. Enjoy feeding time with the seals and penguins.
Natureland, Skegness. Approx 4.5 miles from Burgh-le-Marsh
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Opened in 1962 and one of the oldest attractions in Skegness, the Model Village can be found on South Parade. A quaint model village (not Skegness), which includes shops, church, amusement park, haunted castle and lots more including a ‘G scale’ railway winding through the village & surrounding country side. For a nice quite break from the hustle and bustle of the town the model village offers relaxation and enjoyment. A must see in Skegness, for children & adults of all ages.
Tip:See if you can find the 3 legged dog.
The Model Village, South Parade Skegness . Approx 4.5 miles from Burgh-le-Marsh
The Model Village Skegness
Northcote Heavy Horse Centre proves to be a very popular family day out. Unlike anywhere else, it offers a very unique 'hands on' programme actually giving visitors the chance to groom, learn and get close to the magnificent gentle giants in their care
Northcote Heavy Horse Centre . Approx 7.5 miles from
Northcote Heavy Horse Centre
Gibralter Point Nature Reserve, Skegness. Approx 8 miles from Burgh-le-Marsh
Gibraltar Point is a stretch of unspoilt coastline running southwards from the edge of Skegness to the mouth of the Wash.
Gibraltar Point’s diversity of wildlife make it a bird watchers paradise.
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, Coningsby . Approx 24 miles from Burgh-le-Marsh
The RAF BBMF hangar is located within the boundaries of RAF Coningsby and viewing the Flight’s historic aircraft at close quarters is available only by guided tour. You will be shown around the hangar by volunteer guides. Tours of the hangar last approximately one to one and half hours. Tickets are available through the visitor Centre.
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
The Parrot Zoo is a unique visitor attraction and cares for the largest collection of parrots in the UK. There is far more than just parrots at The Parrot Zoo, meerkats and now baby tiger’s it's the perfect fun day out for all the family.
The Parrot Zoo . Approx 10.5 miles from Burgh-le-Marsh
The Parrot Zoo
Fishing has often been described as one of the toughest jobs in the world. Experience the sights, sound and smells of the times that follow visitors through the interactive displays.
The museum is suitable for all ages, we also have an easy access route.
Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre Approx 36.5 miles from
Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre
The Lincolnshire Wolds a wonderful area of countryside incorporating some of the most beautiful, unspoilt scenery in the East Midlands. With rolling hills and hidden valleys, gentle streams and quite villages.
The Lincolnshire Wolds is a living, working landscape, with woodland, grassland and abandoned chalk pits providing habitats for rare flowers and wildlife. The landscape that inspired the poet laureate Alfred Lord Tennyson
The Lincolnshire Wolds . Approx 3.5 miles from Burgh-le-Marsh
The Lincolnshire Wolds
Batemans brewery Wainflleet, home of brewing for over four generations. Find out about the art of the brewer and much more besides with a trip to the visitor centre. Also you have the opportunity to sample some of their fine ales.
Batemans Brewery, Wainfleet . Approx 5.5 miles from
Bateman’s Brewery Visitor’s Centre
Experience the sights and sounds and the atmosphere of a World War 2 bomber airfield at The Lincolnshire Aviation centre, East Kirkby. The only place in the country to see a Lancaster Bomber on an original wartime airfield. Including, original Control Tower, NAAFI and an emotionally evocative Memorial Chapel containing the 848 names of personnel who gave their lives from this airfield.
Lincolnshire Aviation Centre, East Kirkby approx 12.75 miles from Burgh-le-Marsh