Natureland Seal Sanctuary

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Natureland Seal Sanctuary
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Seal at the Seal Sanctuary
Abbreviation Natureland
Formation 1965
Legal status
Non-profit organisation
Purpose Seals in East Lindsey
Location North Parade, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 1DB
Region served
East Lindsey coast
Membership Seals
Website NSS

Natureland Seal Sanctuary is an animal attraction in Skegness, Lincolnshire, England.

Attractions[edit]

Natureland offers a range of attractions and activities, not least of all its animals. These include seals, African Penguins, crocodiles, goats, sheep, tarantulas, snakes, mice, terrapins, scorpions and tropical butterflies and birds including a flamingo.

It also has a seal hospital, where orphaned seal pups are reared before eventually being released back into the wild.

Facilities at the centre include a cafe/restaurant, gift shop, customer toilets and a small area for children to try their hand at activities including brass rubbing.

It is situated on North Parade next to the beach.

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Coordinates: 53°08′55″N 0°20′49″E / 53.1486°N 0.347°E / 53.1486; 0.347