We live in Skegness but had not got round to visiting this great little place before although we pass it on a daily basis. We were not dissapointed, I had my parents visiting us for a week so we decided it was time. So the weather was lovely for late October and of we went, fortunatly we could park right outside,the 4 of us went in it is not a large place but it is compact with plenty to see. I am a wheelchair user but I had no difficulty getting round, there is only one steep ramp down to the main area. The only place I had difficulty was in the tropical house where there is a narow bridge so I had to turn back. We watched the feeding of the baby seals, then we watched to biger seals, and then the penguins. The meercats are very close so they are brilliant to watch there is a glass pannel so even the tiny tots can view. We bought some food so we could hand feed the goats and sheep, brilliant! they are so funny as they try and reach over to lick your hands.
We spent about 3 hours hear, and we had a brillianat time, I would recomend any one visiting Skegness to visit.
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