Whether you live nearby or are visiting for a holiday or day trip, you may be looking for things to do in Skegness. There are four awesome ways to spend a day (or a week!) in this seaside town, just take a look at the list below.
1. Ride rollercoasters
It is not a trip to the seaside without the excitement of the theme park, and in Skegness, you have a fantastic selection of rides to explore. With huge rollercoasters to ride, you will swoop and soar to dizzying heights, creating a thrill like no other. At Fantasy Island, there are rides of all sizes to suit everybody from toddlers to teens, meaning everyone can make lifelong memories.
2. Experience thrills and excitement
It isn’t just rollercoasters that Skegness has on offer – far from it! At Fantasy Island, there are a multitude of other thrills rides to jump on and lots of excitement to be had. With favourites such as dodgems and log flumes, you will enjoy a sense of nostalgia as you explore the park. There are also unique rides and experiences to be had, with shows, go-karts, bowling, and arcades. What more could you ask for?
3. Eat delicious food
No day out is complete without stopping for a bite to eat, and a moment to refresh yourself. At Fantasy Island we have a variety of options to suit your needs. Whether you are after a quick stop for coffee and cake, or a full family dinner, you can find somewhere that caters for you. Be it breakfast, lunch, dinner, (or all three!) that you need, you will be spoiled for choice.
Skegness is home to Ingoldmells Market. Not only is it Europe’s largest seven-day market but it also consists of over 320 stalls. You will find everything from clothes and accessories, to toys and gifts, making it the perfect place to shop. Be it for souvenirs, presents for friends and family, or a special treat for yourself, you will have endless fun exploring these unique stalls and supporting an amazing team of retailers.
The best thing about all this? You can find it all in one place! At Fantasy Island, you will find rollercoasters, rides, restaurants, cafes, shops and so much more. As day trips in the UK go, you won’t find anything better.