Plan Your Visit
We have included everything you may need to plan your visit all on one page. If you still have a question please contact us
Opening times may vary depending upon weather conditions and the attraction may be closed at quiet times if the weather is poor. We recommend checking with us by calling 01507 473346.
February Half Term Holiday
|Monday – Friday||10:00 am – 4:00 pm||3:30 pm|
|Saturday & Sunday||10:00 am – 4:00 pm||3:30 pm|
March – October (inclusive)
|Monday – Friday||10:00 am – 5:00 pm||4:30 pm|
|Saturday & Sunday||10:00 am – 5:00 pm||4:30 pm|
November and December
|Monday – Friday||10:00 am – 3:00 pm||2:30 pm|
|Saturday & Sunday||10:00 am – 3:00 pm||2:30 pm|
|Monday – Friday||closed||n/a|
|Saturday & Sunday||closed||n/a|
|Children Under 3||Free||Free||Free|
|Family (2ad 2ch)||£28.00||n/a||n/a|
|Family (2ad 3ch)||£33.00||n/a||n/a|
* A seasonal pass is available allowing unlimited entry to The Seal Sanctuary. Contact us for more details.
Special rates are available for pre-booked visits from schools and other groups of at least ten. We try to avoid too many groups arriving on the same day so please contact us to discuss your requirements and make your booking as far in advance as possible, 24 hours at the very latest.
Seals: Mon-Sat 10:45am & 3:30pm | Sun 2pm only
Meerkats: 11:30am & 2:45pm everyday
Feeding times are subject to change on the day
The adjacent car park is perfectly located in-between the Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary & Wildlife Centre and Ferryboat Pub with access to the beach via a path through the dunes. Please note the car park is owned by East Lindsey District Council and NOT the Seal Sanctuary. There is a £2 charge for all day parking which is perfectly located for visiting us and spending time on the beach.
All profits from the Gift Shop go towards the care of our resident and rescued animals.
The Clinton Keeling Education Room
Watch the short film to find out what goes on behind the scenes, identify that strange creature you found on the beach (from lug worms to sperm whales) and in the spring you may be lucky enough to see live pictures from a blue tit’s nest-box. We named this room to commemorate a zoologist who spent a lifetime inspiring others. So, in that spirit, if you want to know more, please ask.
The venue is wheelchair and pram accessible. Dogs are not allowed expect for guide dogs but a lockable kennel is available.
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