Below are a list of questions that you may need an answer for.
If you have any question that we have not listed below then please feel free to contact us here
Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a lead at all times. Dogs are not allowed in the Gift Shop, Blue Lagoon Restaurant or the Floral Palace (free flight birds and butterflies). Dog owners are responsible for cleaning up after their dog. Emergency poop bags are available at the entrance.
We’re open every day throughout the year, except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.
Opening time 10am – Last admission 4.30pm
Natureland closes one hour after last admission.
Not at the moment. However, if you go to our TICKET PRICES page, you can print or screenshot a 10% off regular ticket prices voucher to use when you visit us.
Yes! We have a designated undercover picnic area, and several benches around the park. There is also a grass area between the baby seal pool and the penguins, which is perfect for picnics in good weather!
Natureland does not have a car park. A council run pay and display car park is 100m North of Natureland. There is limited on-road parking on the opposite side of the street outside Natureland.
Skegness is situated on the northern side of the Wash, only one hours drive from the historic city of Lincoln, and close to the beautiful countryside of the Lincolnshire Wolds. Skegness is one of Britain’s most popular holiday resorts, with many excellent attractions including Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve, Butlins, Skegness Pier, The Embassy Centre, Church Farm Museum, and The Hildred’s Shopping Centre. Natureland is at the northern end of Skegness seafront, next to the Suncastle and the bowling greens. Putting “PE25 1DB” into your satnav will bring you right to us.
Seals, Pengiuns & Baby Seals
11:30am & 3pm
Baby Seals only
Please note that you can feed the Alpacas (Easter to November) and the animals in Pet’s Corner with bags of appropriate pet food, purchased from the Gift Shop (Entrance during winter months).