If you are looking for your things to do in Skegness, look no further than Fantasy Island theme park where your next big adventure for all the family awaits. Whether you are looking for a fun, family day out or a longer fun-filled holiday, Fantasy Island is the perfect destination for you. With three tiers of luxury holiday homes available, as well as a range of exciting rides and events, there really is something for everyone.
With so many options and so much to see and do, it’s important that you plan ahead to really make the most of your trip and make sure you don’t miss out on any of the action-packed excitement on offer. Here are some things to think about when planning your Fantasy Island visit.
How long do you have?
If you are looking for day trips in the UK with a difference, Fantasy Island Skegness is the perfect choice. With so many rides and attractions, like the Rhombus Rocket and Millennium Ride, not to mention the beach, there is so much to see you might wish to extend your stay for a little longer and make a real holiday out of your trip.
Where do you want to stay?
Fantasy Island offers the ultimate holiday package with a range of fully equipped holiday homes just a short two-minute walk from the amusement park. There are three tiers of holiday accommodation – gold, silver and bronze – so that there is something suitable for every taste and budget. As well as offering proximity to the park, you can also check out the stunning coast with 50 miles of beach, perfect for a stroll, some sandcastle fun or a dip in the sea.
What rides and events are must-see for you?
The amusement park has a mix of new and exciting rides like Firebowl and Magic, as well as some classic funfair favourites like the Dodgems and Log Flume, so whether you like to be on the edge of your seat or to make a splash, there is lots to keep you busy and keep the family entertained. Visitors should pre-book wristbands online before visiting to ensure access to your must-see attractions. Once you know which rides you would like to try, be sure to check out the height restrictions to make sure your little ones are tall enough to ride.
At the time of posting this blog, November 2020, the park is currently closed due to Government advice. Please keep an eye on our website and Facebook page for COVID19 updates.