About 44 minutes from park
Skegness Aquarium, Tower Esplanade, SkegnessVisit Website
Along the waterfront of one of the east coast’s most popular seaside resorts, Skegness Aquarium offers an adventure from beneath the waves. Since opening in 2015, this attraction wows thousands of guests every year, with its spectacular displays of water-dwelling creatures from right across the globe. Themed to the story and characters of Treasure Island, with the chance to meet plenty of pirates along the way, Skegness Aquarium is a family day out that all ages will love.
There are plenty of things to look out for as you move through the aquarium, as well as some incredibly special experiences which can be booked for an additional fee. Highlights across Skegness Aquarium include:
Skegness Aquarium should be easy to find, as it’s right along the town’s promenade on England’s east coast in Lincolnshire. This is a rural part of the country and there aren’t many motorways nearby, so you’ll need to use a network of A roads to travel in by car, including the A16, A158 and A52. If you’re going to be relying on public transport, you’ll be glad to know there is a large bus station in the town that’s just a few minutes’ walk to the aquarium. From here, services run to places like Boston, Lincoln and Mablethorpe. There’s also a railway station, Skegness Station, right beside here where services connect to the national network via Nottingham.
Whilst you wait... just think about being in your swimmers, the sun's out and the smiles are big