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Skegness Clock Tower - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Lumley Rd, Skegness PE25 2UN, UK

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About Skegness Clock Tower

Skegness Clock Tower was built in 1899 by Edmund Winter of Liverpool to commemorate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. One of the iconic attractions in this area and is an example of the medieval period.

Attractions Near Skegness Clock Tower

Skegness Pier
Skegness Pier0.36km from Skegness Clock Tower

Skegness Pier is one of the largest Entertainment Centres on the East Coast of Lincolnshire. Discover everything from traditional seaside amusements to Laser Quests, Virtual Reality experiences, Escape Rooms, Bowling, an American style diner and so much more with amazing value for money offers. The pier has had various renovations in modern times, including redecking and waterproofing, allowing for operation during winter periods and permitting usage during rainy conditions.

Natureland Seal Sanctuary
Natureland Seal Sanctuary0.78km from Skegness Clock Tower

Natureland is a seal sanctuary, with a seal hospital, a small zoo, tropical glasshouses and an aquarium. Animals include seals, African penguins, crocodiles, goats, tarantulas, snakes, terrapins, scorpions, as well as tropical butterflies and birds. Glasshouses contain many exotic plants, including cacti from the US, Mediterranean shrubs, and banana plants.

Lincolnshire Coast Light Railway
Lincolnshire Coast Light Railway4.1km from Skegness Clock Tower

The Lincolnshire Coast Light Railway is a 60 cm narrow-gauge heritage railway, approximately 0.75 miles long, situated in Ingoldmells at the award-winning Skegness Water Leisure Park on the beautiful Lincolnshire coast. The railway has origins in the network of narrow gauge railways which served Lincolnshire’s potato growing industry. Track and rolling stock came from the trench railways built by the British military in the First World War to take troops and munitions to the front lines.

Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve
Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve4.49km from Skegness Clock Tower

Gibraltar Point is a dynamic stretch of unspoilt coastline running southwards from the edge of Skegness to the mouth of the Wash. There a number of walkways, cycle tracks and fully accessible paths through Gibraltar Point. You can also explore the Nature Centre housed within the old Coastguard station. The reserve extends for a distance of about 5 km along the coast, from the southern end of Skegness to the northern corner of The Wash.

Fantasy Island
Fantasy Island5.62km from Skegness Clock Tower

Fantasy Island is a family amusement park in Ingoldmells on the East Coast of England. Opened in 1993, it sits in a busy spread of holiday parks. Enjoy exhilarating rides and roller coasters that are sure to test even the bravest thrill-seekers’ nerves. With fun for all the family, Fantasy Island is guaranteed to have everyone laughing and smiling.

Batemans Brewery
Batemans Brewery8.53km from Skegness Clock Tower

Batemans Brewery is an English brewery based at Salem Bridge Brewery in Wainfleet, Lincolnshire, and founded in 1874. The company owns 69 public houses, with 23 situated in Boston alone. The brewery focuses on cask-conditioned ales, their best known being XB and XXXB. Their slogan is "Good Honest Ales".

Where is Skegness Clock Tower

Discover More Attractions in Lincolnshire, Where Skegness Clock Tower Is Located

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Lincolnshire is a county in the East Midlands of England. The majority of tourism in Lincolnshire relies on the coastal resorts and towns to the east of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The county has some of the best-known seaside resorts in the United Kingdom, which are a major attraction to visitors from across England, especially the East Midlands and parts of Yorkshire.