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Private Tour: Pilgrimage to Walsingham Tour from London
"At one time Walsingham was one of the most visited sites in Europe. The village has been considered a holy place for more than 1000 years dating to a time when the Virgin Mary reportedly appeared and instructed that a replica of the house of Jesus in the Holy Land be reconstructed here. Today it is more popular than it has been in centuries. You’ll visit the Roman Catholic shrine and adjoining chapels before exploring Walsingham village a beautiful and quiet place that’s home to a ruined abbey an Orthodox church the Anglican church and shrine as well and several shops that sell mementos such as incense and prayer beads. On this very leisurely and relaxed day
From GBP250.00
 
Walking tour of Cambridge University
"On this enthralling 90-minute walking tour you will see where the structure of D.N.A was discovered visit famous chapels and libraries listen to anecdotes see where famous alumni studied from Prince Charles Sir Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking all while taking in views of famous architecture with over 800 years of history.This public tour which will be conducted in English and starts at 1pm at King's College entrance on King's Parade.The tour will cover sights such as Trinity H Trinity College
From GBP18.00
 
Combo ticket: Punting and Walking Tour in Cambridge
"A Cambridge University graduate guide will take you on a 90-minute enthralling journey through time as you will be recounted to the colourful story of Cambridge and its famous university while providing you with a wonderful insight into student life.On this enthralling 90-minute walking tour you will see where the structure of D.N.A was discovered visit famous chapels and libraries listen to anecdotes see where famous alumni studied from Prince Charles Sir Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking all while taking in views of famous architecture with over 800 years of history.This public tour which will be conducted in English and starts at 1pm at King's College entrance on King's Parade.The tour will cover sights such as Trinity H
From GBP30.00

More Things to Do in Skegness

Whose a pretty boy then ?

The National Parrot Sanctuary has just opened recently, south of Skegness.The entrance price of 4 pounds 60p does seem a little steep - but their aim of caring for abandoned parrots is quite...
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Apr 04, 2011

Skegness pier

There are about 50 piers left in the UK. Although not a uniquely British phenomenon, they do seem to symbolise the British Seaside. The pier at Skegness would orginally have been quite impressive, a...
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Apr 11, 2007

Jolly fisherman - again

The principle statue of the town's mascot stands behind the clocktower, right on the front, surrounded by his own little fountain.From a distance, as he prances alomg with arms outstretched, he looks...
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Apr 09, 2007

The Jolly fisherman goes on holiday...

The introduction page to Skegness gives you the full rundown on one of the oldest mascots in the business. I only recently found out that a rather excellent second bronze statue of the happy chappy is...
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Apr 08, 2007

Home of legless lizards

When Sourbugger is usually talking about 'birds' in Skegness, it is normally of the mini-skirted variety (an abiding long term interest) rather than the feathered kind.Gibraltar point, as any...
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Mar 10, 2006

The delights of Northern cuisine...

Tony's Fish & Chips is situated in a prime spot on the front at Skegness. There maybe a canopy and outside seats, but unlike some upmarket mediterranean resorts with their posh cafes and tavernas,...
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Feb 28, 2006
 
 
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Large mammals

You could go to Skegness and see many examples of large and slippery mammals with whiskers who smell of fish and make strange croaking noises when approached.But less about life in the nightclubs -...
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Feb 26, 2006

Meet the happiest man in Skegness

Here's a little task for you if you ever visit Skegness. See if you can find this plastic gingerbread man. He certainly needs a good scrub, much like the rest of the place.One little clue, you will...
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Feb 26, 2006

Skegness's roundabout

It doesn't exactly compare to the Eiffel tower,Big Ben, the Trevi fountain or even Blackpool's tower.This pidley little clocktower stands on the central roundabout in Skeggers, where the promenade...
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Jun 27, 2005

Beauty parades on the beach

On no account miss this selection of beauties lined up on the beach at Skegness.You thought that such pagents had died out in these PC correct days, but here lined up in their swimwear are the most...
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Jun 21, 2005

Two sick making machines to enjoy.

Fantasy Island is not a palm-fringed tropical beach populated by dusky maidens, but rather a collection of thrill rides on the windswept Lincolnshire coast above Skegness.Fantasy Island at Ingoldmells...
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Jun 21, 2005

lOOK ! I got me own earthmover..

There are countless sideshow stalls dotted around Skegness, many of them in the area of the pier (not that there is a pier anymore).Most of them feature the fairly conventional fairground sideshow...
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Jun 21, 2005

If you have kids this is an absolute must

You have to admire the company that runs the donkey concession on Skegness Beach for their persistence in trying to earn an honest dollar.The fourty or so donkeys earn their keep to the tune of one...
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Jun 21, 2005

Sensible tip - to get unsensible

Brewery tours are nothing new, but Bateman's at Wainfleet (4 miles on the train -use it) is a little unusual.It's about as small as you can get without being a micro-brewery. The new Brewhouse (called...
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Feb 27, 2004

Top Hotels in Skegness

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