Take a look at the Visit Skegness picture gallery- full of shots taken during last years exciting events such as the fabulous SO Festival, The Olympic Tourch Relay and more. There are also plenty of general photos for anyone who just wants to take a look around this fabulous resort.
Welcome to Visit Skegness
Skegness is one of the top Seaside Holiday destinations in the Uk. Our website is here to provide you with all the information you could possibly need and more ready for your 2013 holiday in Skegness, from accommodation to places to visit and where to eat we have it all covered.
Book Now for Airscreen Entertainments Christmas spectacular showing of elf at Skegness Pavillion Car Park in Skegness, a first of its kind for the area.
Gates open 4.30pm film starts at 6.30pm. Food available onsite.
At Skegness Drive In, Skegness on Saturday 14 December 2013 Doors Ticket Price: £12.00 Ticket price is per car not per person.
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From family activities to adult shows at the Theatre, take a look at our attractions zone and keep your eyes peeled for our money off vouchers.
More deals coming over the coming weeks.
From the traditional Bed and Breakfast outlets to Hotels, Caravan Holidays, Guest Houses and Self Catering Appartments in the town.
Useful Skegness Information
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Great deals on attractions, money saving vouchers are available for free download.
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|Skegness Past & Present
Published 15th December 2013, £12.99 Paperback Original
An evocative collection of archive photographs detailing the enormous change in this seaside town over the last century.
Home to the first ever Butlins Holiday Resort and a hub for tourism, Skegness is a town with a rich and distinguished history. This new title by local author Ken Wilkinson celebrates the town's heritage, taking a nostalgic look and revealing some of the changes and developments that have taken place over the years.
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Skegness and its roots by Betty KirkhamA little piece of history - it is known that Skegness has been occupied since before Roman times. Roman pottery can be found today on the shore, it makes a change from collecting sea shells! Salt was manufactured along much of the low lying coast of Lincolnshire in Roman times and evidence of their working sites and even artifacts bearing their fingerprints can still be found today.
Visiting Skegness on the Lincolnshire Seaside became ever more popular over the years though at first only the better off people were able to take advantage of the facilities provided in Skegness. In the 1870's the Earl of Scarborough, landowner of Skegness at that time, decided to improve the town and with estate agent V.Tippet plans were drawn up for new streets and houses which extended to what is now Scarborough Avenue.