Attractions in Mablethorpe Reviews
Newest Review: ... reviews..and many people out there that will slander the place and say its not with the times,a little dirty and such it will always have a special place in my hearts and many others. It may be a little old fashioned,not have the fast rides,the brightest lit amusements but it has all that is needed for a family day out.The seal sanctuary could do with a bit of an upgrade but if they are using the best they have to give the seals the best chance they can then thats all that matters.The arcades are well lit and have plenty of 2p machines that are vital to keep the kids quiet!There are plenty of teddy machines and little rides that are still a... more
Customer Attractions in Mablethorpe Reviews (3)
by - written on 30/11/09 (Useful, 115 readings)
Mablethorpe....a place close to all our hearts!The times may have changed but Mablethorpe is here to stay! As a child every schol holiday had its highlight of the family trip to Mablethorpe.A small seaside resort on the East Coast.While there are many reviews..and many people out there that will slander the place and say its not with the times,a little dirty and such it will always have a special place in my hearts and many others. It may be a little old fashioned,not have the fast rides,the brightest lit amusements but it has all that is needed for a family day out.The seal sanctuary could do with a bit of an upgrade but if they are using the best they have to ... Read the complete review
by Debbie - written on 27/03/09
The beach has been cleaned up and the sand train running up to the seal sanctuary was great fun, splashing along the shallows. We enjoyed seeing the seals and visited when they were preparing to release a recovered seal back to the sea. We liked the dinosaur time line walk, and the other animals too. The Lynx are awesome, and there is a cafe and a gift shop too. I got one of the parrots talking to me and dancing! The children liked the monkeys best, but I liked the snowy owls. Definitely straight out of Harry Potter films.
by - written on 31/08/01, updated on 01/01/06 (Very useful, 1453 readings)
Situated near one of the scummiest beaches in Lincolnshire, no wonder these seals need a sanctuary. Looking part fish, part mammal, these sad-eyed creatures are more than mere whale-food, and they are brought here to convalesce after being picked up along the coast. The first thing to greet you as you enter is the vetinary centre with a small pool, home to a couple of ailing seal pups. The animal gardens aren't just about seals, however. At one time this was just a zoo. It has rebranded itself as a rescue centre and placed a lot more emphasis on providing vetinary care. But it has kept some of the style of a zoo, with animals and birds on ... Read the complete review
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