Things to do in and around Chapel St Leonards
Things to see and do with a few kilometers of the town:
The Magical World of Fantasy Island is a 'must see' experience. The ideal day out no matter what the weather. The thrills and excitement of an indoor family theme park stands hand in hand with leisure, entertainment and brand name catering combined with outdoor fun for a magical day out.
Set in 7 acres of farmland, Hardy's Animal Farm makes a great place for the kids to meet and greet the farm animals and rare breeds including ducks, sheep, horses. While you are there don't miss a visit to the Porker Pig Raising unit or a trip on the horse and cart rides.
Lakeside Leisure offers a family day out with something for everyone. Dad can fish on one of the four well stocked fishing lakes while the rest of the family can enjoy the motor boats, bumper boats, ventureland (kids soft play area), amusement arcade, giant Astroglide, Hill Billy shooting shack, crazy golf, quad bikes, kiddie karts, mini marina, bouncy castle.
This seaside family amusement centre has a children's play area, small rides, amusements and a licensed bar restaurant. Sit back and relax with a drink while the youngsters play on the slides, bouncy castle and adventure playground.
Things to see and do in the area:
There are a wide variety of rides designed to give pleasure and excitement to adults and children of all ages, including the Saucer, Yo-Yo Chair Ride, Dodgems, Ghost Train, Big Apple, Formula One, Runaway Train, Waltzer, Wheel, New Flying Twist, Paratrooper, Pirate Boat, Surf Rider, Super X Simulator, Storm Roller Coaster, Safari Train and Queen Bee.
A day out at Butlins is fantastic day for every generation, with an amazing range of activities on offer. Enjoy the fun of the wet 'n' wild sub-tropical Splash Waterworld, burn off that extra energy on the multi-sports court, or challenge the kids to a race round the Go-Kart track.
Nestling at the tip of the Lincolnshire Wolds is Claythorpe Watermill & Wildfowl Gardens, a little island of paradise is home to over five hundred birds wandering freely. The "Ye Old Bakery" exhibition area tells some of the history of milling and baking over the mill's history.
This traditional fairground is in the central promenade area and offers low cost entertainment for all the family. The good old-fashioned rides include the dodgems, ghost train, waltzer and there's also a runaway train roller coaster ride.
Be it feeding the pets in the children's corner or watching the beautiful Coral Fish or Tropical Butterflies, entertainment value is high at Natureland and one of the most popular features is feeding time for the seals and penguins.
Alongside the more modern attractions, take a stroll down the pier and enjoy the wonderful views along the miles of beach. During the summer months, the deck also plays host to a variety of traditional seaside attractions such as Hook-A-Duck and children's Carousel, the Big Slide and Bungee Trampoline plus many others.
Situated just 3 miles from Skegness on the A158, at Squawk on the Wild Side you can meet view and touch the growing selection of wild and exotic animals.
The seal sanctuary in Mablethorpe is set amongst the sand dunes and provides a natural habitats for both their temporary and permanent visitors. The centre also provides a home to many other species of coastal wildlife.
Lincolnshire's only open air museum, The Village Church Farm is a grade II listed farm house set in three acres of beautiful grounds. Exhibits include agricultural vintage farm machinery and steam traction engines.