Cleethorpes attractions

Cleethorpes attractions

Cleethorpes seafrontCleethorpes is in the county of Lincolnshire, a rural area of rolling countryside extending to the coast with long sweeping beaches and popular seaside resorts. There are quaint country market towns, imposing medieval churches, castles and appealing villages. Lincoln itself is the region's outstanding attraction, its cathedral is the third largest church in England. The flat extensive fenlands of Lincolnshire are home to one of the last areas in the country to rely on wind power in its mills, where the remains of more than 130 windmills can be found. The beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds with open rolling hills and steep deep-sided valleys are a recognised Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. photo left: Cleethorpes.

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AttractionsPleasure Island Family Theme Park, Kings Road, Cleethorpes DN35 0PL .Tel: 01472 211511. Family fun including "Hyper Blaster" - a terrifying tower ride that blasts you skywards at positive 2G's then crashes back to earth. Plus plenty of family rides, sealions, circus and the musical Time Machine Show. www.pleasure-island.co.uk. Location: On the outskirts of Cleethorpes.

Pleasure Island Cleethorpes

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Attractions National Fishing Heritage Centre, Grimsby DN31 1HU Tel: 01472 323345. One of Grimsby's most popular tourist attractions is the award winning National Fishing Heritage Centre, situated on Alexandra Dock, where the fascinating history of the local fishing industry is brought alive. About 2 miles west of Cleethorpes.
National Fishing Heritage Centre

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Attractions Ross Castle, built between 1883 and 1885 by the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway Company on Cleethorpes seafront, has undergone a major revamp (photo left). In Cleethorpes.

Cleethorpes Ross Castle

Attractions Cleethorpes Pier was built in 1872 and opened on August Bank Holiday 1873. It now measures 335 feet compared to its original 1200 feet. The end used to reach the water even in low tide because of its length. The pier is celebrating its 127th birthday in 2000. In 1985 it was transformed into a modern night club which held about 700 people. In Cleethorpes.

Cleethorpes pier

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