The Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary is a much-loved attraction providing a great day out for the whole family. The North Parade attraction is not just about Seals, they also have many other wonderful animals to see including Penguins, Meerkats, and Goats to name a few. But what may surprise you is they not only welcome adults and young children, but they also welcome dogs.
The popular Skegness tourist attraction has welcomed dogs ever since it opened 53 years ago. However, even though this may be widely known by people living in Skegness, tens of thousands of holidaymakers are unaware.
Here at In2town Travel Magazine, we are big fans of Natureland Seal Sanctuary, so we wanted to find out how many holidaymakers knew they could take their dogs to see the Seals. We surveyed 50 people and only four of them knew dogs were allowed.
Natureland Seal Sanctuary relies on tourism to fund the great work they do. So, to find out it is not widely known that dogs are welcome is a huge shame. Hopefully, more people will now become more aware which will not only boost visitors but will also allow those that come on holiday with their dogs to enjoy a great day out at Natureland Seal Sanctuary.
The only parts of the seal sanctuary in Skegness where dogs are not allowed are the Butterfly House and the café.
So, for those people who visit Skegness with their dogs and don’t want to leave them in their caravan, why not spend a wonderful day at Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary where everyone is welcome.
See all the best things to do in Skegness which includes visiting Skegness Gibraltar Point.