An itinerary for an unforgettable seaside adventure in super Skegness and marvellous Mablethorpe. Follow the steps below for a fab day out or inspiration for a longer visit….


Board the Skegness Seasider open top bus at Skegness Interchange

The adventure commences on this barnstorming journey, breezing along the seafront, with fab views of the waves coming in to the right! Take a seat upstairs outside and blow the cobwebs away or top up your tan in the summer sun! Whatever the weather, this journey really is a treat!


Alight the bus at Ingoldmells Fantasy Island

Brace yourself for an adventure like no other - with 30 rides for all ages, this adrenalin surging, fun-filled attraction offers plenty of thrills and spills. An hour will give you a taste of the place, maybe try out the Wild River Rapids, Firebowl, The Odyssey or The Volcano before returning in the evening for more crazy capers, if you dare!


Re-join the Skegness Seasider at Ingoldmells Fantasy Island

The rollercoaster continues, upstairs on the bus - but it's a more languid and serene experience, a few stops further for a more civilised encounter with nature!


Jump off the bus at Ingoldmells Hardy's Farm

You'll love petting farmyard animals, enjoying a tractor ride and for children, some adventure fun in the play areas. Say 'hello' to pygmy goats, pigs, shetland ponies, highland cows, alpaca, sheep, rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchilla, chickens, turkeys, peacock, guinea fowl, ducks, quail and for the birds!


Get back on board the Skegness Seasider at Ingoldmells Hardy's Farm


Alight the bus at Skegness Pier

No trip to Skegness is complete without a stroll down the Pier to take in the views and enjoy the amusements, including 10-pin bowling, Laser Quest, Gellyball Escape Rooms and much more....


Walk from Skegness Pier to Skegness Interchange


Join the 59 bus from Skegness Interchange to Mablethorpe

A great journey, passing fields of crops, countryside villages, including blissful Hogsthorpe, historic buildings, such as St. Peter's Church which dates back to the 12th Century before the bus nestles in Mabelthorpe, a becalming seaside spot, of tranquillity but also classic coastal fun.


Alight the bus at Mablethorpe Ferryboat

Explore the lovely, unspoilt, award-winning beach and its golden sands, which includes 2 acres of landscaped dunes, only 50 metres from the sea. There's also crazy golf and a small fairground, as well as sandcastle competitions! Enjoy tea at The Ferry Boat Inn which has great views out to sea and a brilliant outdoor seating area. This fab pub serves lovely fish and chips, burgers, nachos and much more! The seaside ambience and vibe is brilliant!


Back on board the 59 bus at Mablethorpe Ferryboat


Arrive back at Skegness Interchange

It's been a rollicking, breathtaking day, a whirlwind of noise and eclectic, exhilarating fun but also peaceful solitude and calm by the sea, surrounded by sumptuous scenery. Now time for a quiet pint or supper in one of the many fab pubs and restaurants in this incredible town!

Places to visit if you are staying longer!

Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary & Wildlife Centre is a great place to meet the diverse collection of animal residents and enjoy memorable experiences by getting close and personal with the delightful seals, meerkats and other fab mammals.

Discover Lincolnshire Aquapark in Mablethorpe and experience pulsating fun with the challenging water-sport activities. There’s an opportunity to climb inside a humungous cyclone spinning wheel, brave the metre-high Jungle Joe or tackle a total Wipeout course!

Enjoy your own festival of crazy golf at the four courses in Skegness – all with their own invigorating, entrancing unique challenges, thrills and spills. Atlantis in Tower Esplanade, Jolly Roger in Grand Parade and Arnold Palmer in North Parade and the famous Adventure Golf in Butlins, Roman Bank, make this town very much a champion epicentre for the pastime!

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