Natureland is situated at the northern end of Skegness seafront and has a specialised collection of animals including seals, penguins, meerkats,tropical butterflies (April to October), tropical birds, sea life exhibit, aquarium, reptiles, pets corner and many more. New for 2012 is the meer...
Skegness Model Village is an attraction for all ages. A miniature village set in half an acre of landscaped gardens.
It first opened in 1962 by Mr John Simmonds, taking two years to build.
A Garden railway and working model funfai...
A lovely Norman church, with a stunning Decorated east window and a beautifully simple interior.
Look out for the 17th-century pulpit and the unusual Norman carving above the south doorway.
There are also old pews with carved ends in variou...
A Haunted Marshland Church?
Set in magnificent isolation in the Lincolnshire marshland, this early Medieval church has the feel of a Great Hall.
The bare and unadorned interior has several wonderful arcades, giving the church its special charm and charac...
A Perfectly Modest Parish Church
Built in red brick, with contrasting bands of black brick, St Helenâ€™s stands on a mound near the centre of an attractive village.
This charming Victorian church with its contrasting bricks, vibrant stained glass and ele...
A Landmark that Rose from the Ashes
St Johnâ€™s was rebuilt after a fire in 1405 and has a prominent sandstone tower which serves as a local landmark.
The roofs and many of the fittings were renewed in 1854 during...
A Riverside Church Standing in Ancient Fields
Built in 1748, this riverside church stands proudly on lush marshland.
It is surrounded by a complex and undisturbed Medieval field system, revealed by aerial photography.
Its distinctively Georgian design is elegant y...
Urban Elegance in a Country Setting
The spire of All Saints soars above a round of trees in the open country of the Wolds, visible for miles around.
As you reach All Saints on foot down a green lane...
The Leaning Tower of Lincolnshire
The tall, square tower of this marshland church leans dramatically to the west, as if trying to stretch away from the long, low nave below.
Inside, the church is striking for its l...
The Cathedral of the Marsh
A 14th-and 15th-century church with Norman origins, All Saints is known as the Cathedral of the Marsh - a testament to its impressive length and spacious light-filled interior, as well as the quality of the interior car...