Skegness Natureland

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Natureland has become known Worldwide for its rescue of harbour and grey seal pups that have become stranded on the Lincolnshire coastline. Natureland was founded back in 1965, since then the family business has reared and returned nearly 1,000 seals back to the wild. The family take pride in work they do and is the driving force for Natureland.

Natureland receives no outside funding for our rescue work, so from all of the team at Natureland, we’d like to say thank you for your support and we hope you enjoy your visit.

Please use the map to help find your way around Natureland and ensure you visit all of our exhibits.
Each exhibit has information about each animal you are looking at, so take your time to learn about every animal as you go around.

Try to catch a feeding time during your visit! This offers the opportunity to get to know even more about the seals and the work we do at Natureland with rescued seal pups. Feeding times are displayed at the entrance and announced over the public address system.

Natureland is a photographers paradise! Photography is allowed in all areas, but please no flash in the Aquarium and Reptile House. Tag us in your phots and use #SkegnessNaturland.

Once again, thank you for visiting today, your support is greatly appreciated.

Please Note

Some enclosures or exhibits may be closed during opening hours. We cannot guarantee all animals being on display due to illness, exhibit renovations, construction or any other unforeseen circumstances. Refunds cannot be given under these circumstances. Natureland is not responsible for your own property and brought with you under your own risk. Children must be accompanied at all times with an adult (18+). Opening times may vary, please check online or by phone. We are always looking to improve Natureland for both animals and guests, if any work is being conducted on-site, we apologise for any disruption.

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