Skegness Aquarium47 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: Tower Esplande, Skegness PE25 3HH, UK, United Kingdom
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +44-1754228200
- Tags: Aquarium, Family And Kids
The Skegness Aquarium is one of the best seafront spots you will find to watch and learn about the marine animals from the fish tanks, exhibits and even the marine life encounters. The underwater pirate adventure will let you learn about the dangerous and fantastical sea creatures like sharks, octopus, venomous snakes, predators and more while uncovering interesting zones following a treasure map. The Creepy Crawley Encounters are there to let you overcome your fears and learn about the poisonous dart frogs, Axolotls, buffalo leeches, and many more. Another lovely encounter will be with the octopus named Beanbag. After enjoying the exhibits, have food and drink at the Bistro or let the kids bounce at the soft play area.
How to Reach Skegness Aquarium
- Buses 1, 3, 4, 7, 21, InterConnect 9 to stop : Embassy Centre
- Buses 1, 3, 4, 7, 21, 39, InterConnect 9, R1, R2 to stop : Tower Cinema
- Bus 39 to stop : Drummond Road
Skegness Aquarium Reviews & Ratings
It's good in there. But if your wanting a better experience that lasts more than an hour. Go to the deep in Hull. It's far bigger in size and you could spend hours in there. Don't get me wrong it good in there. But once you've seen the deep in Hull nothing can can beat it. Plus it's about the same price.
Small but perfect for a couple of hours.some great bits like the interactive sand pit and the draw and animate your own fish. Just brilliant, makes it more than just an aquarium. There is even a cafe with a soft play for a quick break.
Adults love it and so do the kids. The fish are amazing. I could sit and watch the big tank for a long time. Just amazing x
I've been to one in Dubai so that's why I said that, but if I hadn't been there I may have given a different answer. The staff were very pleasant and efficient answering the questions I asked. So yes it was good.
Have been here twice before and loved it. This was our third and last visit. What was a great educational and entertaining resource has been utterly ruined by ridiculous commercial endeavours. We come for the sea life, not some woman playing dress up. Wet labs cancelled and those that did take place cut down to 2 minutes to accommodate a circus act that I believe is to the detriment of the creatures. Now a place to avoid.