We are open!
(PLEASE NOTE: We do not have a booking system, so if you just turn up on the day you can pay upon entry.)
Following government guidelines, from April 12th – May 16th our buildings will remain closed. This means if you visit us you will be able to see the following:
Rescued Seal Pups in the rearing pool and hospital
Goats and Sheep
Rabbits and Guinea Pigs
Tortoises (although they may be in their house to keep warm)
We will also have fish food available for you to feed the koi carp, Goat food to feed our Henry Goat and the Sheep and Alpaca food to feed our 3 boys!
Staff will be on hand to answer any questions you may have (at a safe distance of course) and if you are lucky you may catch the seals and penguins being fed!
We are still unable to do our Seal Talks as these attract crowds, so whilst social distancing is still in place, the keepers cannot do their talks but can answer any questions you may have whilst walking around.
Please keep an eye on both our Website and Social Media pages for any updates!
We look forward to seeing you very soon!
Here at Natureland, we are known worldwide for rescuing and rehabilitating orphaned and injured seal pups along the Lincolnshire coast. Our visitors are able to see every step in their rehabilitation process, and hear about our rescue work when feeding our seal pups in the rearing pool!
There is so much more to see than just our seals! Our tropical butterfly exhibit is always a favourite, along with our penguins, meerkats, alpacas and lots more!