Animal Sanctuary in Lincolnshire
Animal Sanctuary in Lincolnshire

Animal Sanctuary in Lincolnshire

Are you an animal lover? At Natureland seal sanctuary, you will get the opportunity to visit a wide range of animals that are being taken care of and rehabilitated. You will get to learn what they do to look after Seals and witness all the steps it takes to take care of these animals.

Where can I visit a animal Sanctuary in Lincolnshire?

At the Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary located on the coast of Skegness.

At the centre their goal is to look after seals and once they are better to release them into the wild again when you visit you might get the chance to see the seal feeding time where you will be taught all about the animals. The centre isn’t just for seals, they also have a wide range of other animals that they take care of in different sections of the park. They have a large Aquarium and a floral palace with tropical butterflies. They have Penguins, alpacas, meerkats and a tropical house where all the reptiles live such as crocodiles, lizards and snakes.

  • Prices – Adult (16+) £9.75, Children (2 and under) free, Senior xirizens (60+) £8.50, Family ticket (2 adults & 2 children) £32.
  • Open every day from 10 am to 5 pm
  • Feeding times are at 11.30 am and 3 pm
  • cafe on site
  • Picnic friendly

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