Skegness SeasidersSkegness Coast
The Skegness Seasiders is an open top, hop-on hop-off service that takes visitors on a scenic journey along the coast, allowing them to explore the town and its surrounding attractions.
From £2 for a single for all of our fares
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Every 20 minutes, Every 10 minutes to Hardy's Animal Farm, Easter-October only
Skegness InterchangeHow to get here
The town is home to the first Butlin's holiday camp, which was opened by Billy Butlin in 1936. Today, Butlin's Skegness is still a popular holiday destination and attracts thousands of visitors each year.
Starting from Easter!
12 individually-named character buses run on this great route. They are Rocky, Candy, Pierre, Sandy, Salty, Shelly, Rolly, Sunny, Sweetie, Scoop, Teddy and Milly. Each are painted with a different patterned design depicting a classic seaside theme. For example, Candy is covered in candy floss while Rolly is decorated like a rollercoaster! Rocky, is painted like a stick of rock, of course!
With a dedicated radio station just for the Seasiders, the gang travel alongside the Boating Lake, past the Aquarium and The Pier, through to Fantasy Island and all the way to Hardy’s Farm. Folk can hop on and off all day long and visit every attraction you can manage!
The bus stops at popular attractions such as the Skegness Pier, the Natureland Seal Sanctuary, and the Skegness Butlins holiday park, among others. The tour is a convenient and enjoyable way to discover the sights and sounds of Skegness and its surroundings, without having to worry about parking or navigation. The tour is ideal for families, tourists, and anyone looking to explore the town in a fun and relaxed way.
Every time you travel, you can collect a unique character badges. Pop along to the Travel Shop at the bus station and you can also get hold of one of the Seasider books, all of which raise money for charity.
A Fab Day Out!
You can hop on a Seasider at Skegness Bus Station, to then make your way along the seafront of Skegness and stop at various attractions along the way. Here are some great places to hop-on and off and visit on your great day out:
The first stop is Skegness Aquarium which showcases a diverse range of sea creatures, including seals, penguins, and other marine life. Customers can enjoy interactive displays, touch pools, and educational exhibits. It is a great destination for families, marine life enthusiasts, and anyone interested in learning more about these fascinating creatures.
Skegness Pier is a stone’s throw from the Aquarium and a landmark attraction that extends out into the sea. Customers can take a leisurely walk along the pier, enjoy the views of the coast and the sea, and take a ride on the amusement park that is located on the pier.
The next stop off that is recommended is the Natureland Seal Sanctuary, which is home to a variety of marine life, including seals, penguins, and other sea creatures. Customers can learn about the life and habitat of these animals, and enjoy interactive displays and educational exhibits.
The gang then make their way to the Skegness Butlins Holiday Park, a popular family resort that offers a range of activities and entertainment. Thrill-seekers can take a tour of the park, enjoy live shows and performances, and explore the range of shops, restaurants, and other facilities.
You can also stop at Skegness Beach, one of the most popular attractions in the town. Visitors can take a stroll along the sandy beach, go for a swim in the sea, and enjoy the scenic views of the coast.
There is also Fantasy Island, a theme park that is located in nearby Ingoldmells. Visitors can enjoy a range of thrilling rides and attractions, such as roller coasters, water rides, and live entertainment.
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