Skegness, es una ciudad costera y una parroquia civil inglesa en el distrito de East Lindsey del condado de Lincolnshire en Inglaterra. Ubicada en la costa del Mar del Norte, la ciudad está a 69 km (43 millas) al este de Lincoln y a 35 km (22 millas) al noreste de Boston. Con una población de 19.579 habitantes, es el mayor asentamiento de East Lindsey. Junto a Winthorpe y Seacroft, forman la zona edificada más grande con los centros turísticos de Ingoldmells y Chapel St Leonards al norte. El pueblo está entre las carreteras A52 y A158, que lo conectan con Boston y las Midlands Orientales, y con Lincoln respectivamente. La estación de ferrocarril de Skegness está en la línea de Nottingham a Skegness.
TheReverendBJ | ene. 18, 2018
A lovely place to visit, especially if you have young kids. You can park nearby, there is shop and restaurant on site though these are both a little expensive. Well worth a visit. The staff were lovely, the place was clean and it was entertaining for the missus and kid... I'm not really into fish but I still thought it was decent.
David Thompson | feb. 3, 2018
Came on a beaver sleep over... A good time was had by all. Good good for both young and old... Catered for our gluten free and veggie members... But best of all friendly and knowledgeable staff that interact fantastically with young people.
James Hopkins | feb. 10, 2018
Love visiting Skegness Aquarium! Great for a day out - love all the fish and attractions, and a great cafe, restaurant and kids play area upstairs. Good value for money too - a huge benefit to Skegness!
Amanda Nicholl | dic. 20, 2017
Absolutely amazing! Fantastic variety of fish to see, even had people diving in the shark tank! Have great informative talks about the exhibits and all the staff are super friendly. Can't wait to go again.
Kevin Steward | feb. 19, 2018
A great day.nice aquarium...but we went there for one thing only to dive with the sharks and fish...what an amazing experience..dive team were brilliant...and amazing dive well wealth the money.....
Gary Hume | abr. 5, 2018
I love coming here and been 8 times since it opened. Cafe a big let down and should lower winter prices as keep closing early because there quiet. Place immaculate and staff friendly. The animals clearly well looked after.just please sort cafe out.Thank you
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Afnan Azizi | abr. 2, 2018
It's a small cozy aquarium, but with a lot of interesting little details and good curation. The main tank has a good variety of tropical fish that you can even dive with if you book with the dive center there well in advance.
betty simpson | abr. 13, 2018
A brilliant place to visit, staff are very good with young & old alike. Always have time to talk to visitors. We’ve visited with a 6 yr old a few times & staff have been really kind, patient & had time to explain everything. It’s somewhere that’s excellent for children & adults. A fine cafe & play area, a good place to spend a day.
Jo-Anne ODriscoll | abr. 15, 2018
Great little public aquarium, small but packed with display tanks, all of which are clean and colourful. The variety of fish and inverts is very good. There is a large tank with sharks, rays and a wide selection of smaller fish. The staff are friendly, and the talks are good, as they are very interactive and packed with information. Overall, this is well worth travelling for! Great way to kill a couple of hours. P.S. Many reviews slaughter the cafe, but it's excellent. I had a slice of Jaffa cake, which tasted AMAZING!!!
Joe White | abr. 17, 2018
I paid twenty pounds for me and my boyfriend to enter, we were then told to wait until there was a big enough group to enter. Once we'd waited long enough we were forced to sit through a pirate themed video aimed at kids and weren't allowed to move on until it had finished. The exhibits were poor at best, the octopuses that were advertised turned out to be a small tank with one octopus, and the sharks turned out to be a few feet long at most, the biggest fish they had was an eel, and the tropical fish they had were the kind usually found in home aquariums, including mine. We spent around twenty minutes in there and couldn't believe it when we found out we'd finished it. One of only two large tanks was in a small room meaning it was too full for us to even see most of the tank when we got there and there was very loud audio which was extremely bad quality, tinny and hurt to listen to.
Phil Pointer | may. 11, 2018
Nice little aquarium, great for kids. Plenty of species of fish and other sea creatures from around the world also has a cafe upstairs with a little indoor soft playarea. Recommend to anyone.
Todd Marshall | may. 28, 2018
Really enjoyed this aquarium, nice exhibits and well thought out. The dive feed is definitely worth a watch. Cafe is good and there is a small play area for the kids which helps when your eating etc.
Scott Watson | may. 24, 2018
Brilliant experience for kids, my 3 year old and his friend had an amazing time. Many types of fish and activities for them and it even has a soft play upstairs. Definitely worth the price.
Sam Burdett | jul. 3, 2018
Located just off the sea front (Park in the swimming pool car park for £1/hour) so this is a convenient attraction for those looking for something a bit different. There is a pirate theme which is present throughout the aquarium and children are given question cards to fill in while walking around. There are some beautiful fish which are amazing under certain lighting (which the aquarium provides) there is a policy of no flash photography which I was a little upset to see not being enforced (as it clearly distressed some of the animals in some cases) The upstairs play area is very big and my son loved it. Cafe is averagely priced for the location of the attraction. Overall some beautiful animals in a very clean and educational surrounding. Recommended visit!
Abodunrin Folorunso | jul. 8, 2018
A nice aquarium with diverse sea creatures. Friendly staff and helpful. Long John is a beautiful spotted Shark. Lots of fun to go through. There are educational times allocated for children education in the aquarium. It's a worth the money. Lots of souvenir and soft toys to purchase in th Aquarium shop.
Karen Parry | jul. 19, 2018
Really enjoyed the visit. Good value for money, really nice and helpful staff. Play area and cafe upstairs all clean and tidy. Amazing variety and sea life and an awesome shop at the end.
Ceinwyn Hopkins | jul. 20, 2018
Really enjoyed our visit. Facilities were to a good standard, staff knowledge was excellent and the animals seemed happy in their habitat. The soft play in cafe area was a welcome surprise and cafe staff were extremely helpful. Would definitely recommend a visit, we'll certainly be going back.
The working mummy | jun. 30, 2018
Really enjoyable however I felt there wasn't enough. They have focused alot on children doing activities along the way however if your children don't want to get involved in that there aren't many areas with the fish. Nice play area with great views of the sea front. It is lovely but more fish needed.
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