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Skegness Pier is a pleasure pier in Skegness, England. Opened in June 1881, it was at the time the fourth longest in England, originally stretching a length of 562 m (1,844 ft). When originally built, it was a T-shaped pier with a saloon/concert hall at the pier head. Steamboat trips ran from the pier to Norfolk until 1910.
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|Tuesday||9:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
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|Friday||9:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Saturday||9:00 AM – 11:00 PM|
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The peer is fine on a warm windless day, but if it gets even slightly windy, it gets very cold, very quick. There are just a couple of 'takeaways' on it to be honest - hot/cold drinks and snacks from one and icecreams etc on the other. There is nothing really to do on the peer except sit and enjoy the sea view. But, it can be a nice place to just sit and relax for a while.
Lovely place with lots to do. Amazing fish and chips (Don't have fish myself but they looked amazing) mini golf and loads of arcades. Everyone loves a day at skegg! Plenty to eat and drink and plenty of b&bs walkable.
One of the lesser known beaches but don't let that put you off. Skegness can compete with the best out here. Beautiful sandy beach with all the fish and chips you can feast on. After for the sweet tooth enjoy the ice cream at great price you will be shocked. I can say the pier is not long but they do offer free deck chairs to all to enjoy the views. Plenty of parking £8 for the day. One of the highlights of Skegness is the donkey rides the kids will go crazy. Enjoy
It's not very long and hardly goes into the sea. However it is nice to be able to walk along a pier without being heckled to play every single crappy fair game going. The indoors is quite good. The soft play is really big and is £4.95 a child with no time limit, its also free entry for a second child before 10am. We'll worth it for a chill out on the comfy sofas to rest your feet while the kids go crazy. Other than this it's got plenty of penny and arcade machines.
I love this seaside town. Always have so much fun here. Crazy golf is a must as it is themed and at £4 is great value. Plenty of fish and chip restaurants as well as cafes and fast food stands. Plenty to do for all the family. The beach is very clean and well looked after. If you are looking for sun sea and sand.... This is the place.
Good place to enjoy bowling or letting the kids loose on the play area while you have a coffee.
A great place to spend a couple of hours. Plenty of new and old arcade machines for all ages. An indoor adventure playground for younger children. A cafe and seated areas. Some carnival type stalls and rides, ten pin bowling and laser tag, and finally a short walk along the pier for some fresh air. A little dated in places and in need of some modernisation and money invested in it, but overall a fun and friendly place to pop in, and probably the best Arcade in Skegness.
Went bowling with the grandkids which wasn't too bad. We ate in the cafe in the arcade and the noise was horrendous. The machines are far too loud and it put me off my meal which was actually quite nice. The staff are nice as well. The toilets are scruffy with very little water to wash your hands and a very poor drier.
It's a pier in Skegness. A few attractions on it, nothing mind blowing. Fairly photogenic in a quaint paint peeling off sort of way. On a clear day at sunset or sunrise you might get a nice photo of the wind turbines out to sea, which are quite impressive. If you do go here and you think it is rubbish, don't blame me.
This is a good place for the children. The first part is enclosed with mostly slot machines and computer games. There are a couple of snack bars with seating. At the other end is the open air pier. There are a few more rides for children. I suppose it is alright on a nice day but not too exciting.