• East Lincolnshire Tourist Attractions


Lincolnshire is the proud home to some of the greatest traditional English seaside resorts in the country with Skegness, Cleethorpes and Mablethorpe.

You’ll find plenty of fun things to do, places to visit and fun-filled activities and attractions to entertain the whole family.

Top 5 Lincolnshire Attractions

Maplethorpe Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Centre

Explore two acres of landscaped sand dunes and discover a wide variety of animals including reptiles, meerkats, seabirds, meerkats, and more. Learn about the history of the Maplethorpe Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Centre and their seal hospital, and rescue and rehabilitation centre.

Skegness Pier

A famous landmark of Skegness, perfect for all the family. Skegness Pier is one of the largest and most multi-faceted Entertainment Centres in East Lincolnshire with a wide variety of fantastic attractions including Laser Quest, Escape Rooms, and an indoor play area. The new ‘Playa at the Pier’ on the family outside deck area offers live entertainment and delicious beverages.

Big Sky Alpacas

An alpaca walk experience on the outskirts of Alford. Learn about where the Big Sky Alpacas herd came from, how they are cared for and the best way to handle them. You will be given the opportunity to make friends with an alpaca and take them on a gentle stroll around a 10-acre field and hand feed them with their favourite treats.

Dobson’s Windmill and Burgh Le Marsh Heritage Centre

Step back in time at a Victorian 5-sailed windmill. The windmill is still operating and turns clockwise, offering guided tours and serving homemade cakes and drinks at the Granary tearooms. Upstairs in the Heritage Centre you can learn about the history of milling, baking and Burgh Le Marsh.

Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway

One of the oldest seaside miniature railways in Britain, the award-winning Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway is the perfect attraction for all the family. The two mile return journey offers picturesque views of the Humberside Coast and connects Cleethorpes Promenade to Lakeside.

Find out more

For more information about tourist attractions in Lincolnshire, please see the Visit Lincolnshire website.