What is there to do in Mumby & the surrounding areas?

Here is a list of things to do!

On Your Marques

'On Your Marques' Model Car Museum, situated on the East Coast of Lincolnshire, has opened its doors to motoring enthusiasts alike for the past 14 years. As well as the some 4,500 models on display each season, the museum also hosts a café and a 45 metre long Scalextric track, which always provides fun for all the family. 

For more information please visit their website


or call Chris Dring

01507 490066


Thrumber Marsh Lane, Mumby, Lincolnshire

Lincoln, Lincolnshire

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Batemans Brewery 

Based in an old windmill dating back two centuries and overlooking the River Steeping, Batemans Brewery is one of the oldest and most picturesque breweries in the country.

Brewery tours take place twice a day in the summer and once during the winter. The tours are fun and humorous beginning with the Victorian Brewhouse, where much of the equipment is made of brass or copper followed by the magnificent new Brewhouse nicknamed the Theatre of Beers'. All tours are conducted by an experienced and entertaining guide. 


Evening tours include full access to all the Visitors Centre’s facilities including two ½ pint samples of Batemans Beers from the well stocked bar and a delicious Lincolnshire supper

For more information please visit their website



or call them on:

01754 880317

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George Bateman and Son Ltd
Salem Bridge Brewery,


PE24 4JE

NatureLand Seal Sanctuary

First and foremost – we are a Sanctuary dedicated to treating and returning seals to their natural habitat, however since opening, Natureland has dealt with, and returned to the wild whenever possible, many unusual animal visitors including dolphins and whales, a “lost” walrus and pelican, plus numerous oiled seabirds and injured birds of prey.

Every year, particularly during the breeding season, seal pups are washed up on the beaches around Skegness, abandoned or separated from their mothers by the treacherous tides. The lucky ones are brought to Natureland’s Seal Hospital where they are cared for by dedicated staff members.

For more information please visit their website 


or call them on:

01754 764 345


North Parade,



PE25 1DB

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Fantasy Island

Sea Lane
PE25 1RH

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Fantasy Island 

Located in Ingoldmells on the sunny East Coast of Lincolnshire close to Skegness and just a stone’s throw from the beach, Fantasy Island is the ultimate destination for the whole family.

Our exhilarating rides and coasters will test even the bravest thrill seekers’ nerves, while those looking for something more family-friendly will have plenty to choose from. The little ones will be spoilt for choice with attractions including, rides, a soft play area and live character shows during the high season.

What’s more, Fantasy Island is home to Europe’s largest seven-day market, where there really is something for everyone.

For more information visit their website


or call the box office on

01754 871944

Donna Nook

Donna Nook National Nature Reserve covers more than 10 km (6.25 miles) of coastline between Grainthorpe Haven in the north and Saltfleet in the south where it borders the Saltfleetby-Theddlethorpe National Nature Reserve.

The viewing area at the foot of the sand dunes reduces disturbance to the seals and ensures the safety of visitors.
Seals are large predators and are very powerful. They can move surprisingly quickly and, having teeth similar to a dog, can inflict a nasty bite – including the pups.
Mothers with pups can be very protective and big bulls can be aggressive. A mother seal may abandon her pup if it smells of humans or dogs.

Best time for viewing is November and December

For more information please visit their website


or call 

01507 526667


Marsh Lane
Donna Nook
LN11 7PD

Lincolnshire Aqua Park

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Grange Leisure, Alford Road, Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire, LN12 1NE

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The Aquapark is suitable for family use, groups or individuals.

Whilst doing our utmost to maintain low prices the changing facility we have is a basic one. Please approach coming here in a similar mindset as you would to visiting the beach as such be prepared to possibly change outside using towels. On that note Lincolnshire Aquapark can not take responsibility for anything lost or stolen.

To avoid any embarrassment please do not attempt to remove any wetsuits from the Aquapark. They are all chipped!!

Please do not enter the Coastfields Leisure Complex in wet clothing or wet-suits as you will be denied access. The brand new bar and restaurant is available to suitably dressed Aquapark guests both before and after using the facility.

No glasses or crockery are permitted within the proximity of the Aquapark (plastic glasses and paper cups only).

T shirts and sun cream are available from the Aquapark reception to protect guests from the sun as a safety measure. Deck chair and towel hire also available.

for more info


or call

T: 07950620961