A stay at Marriott Regents Park for two in an executive level room, a trip to the National History M
As perhaps the most famous city on earth, London has numerous attractions on the must see list, but there is much more to London than Big Ben and Buckingham Palace.
Visit London would like to point out some of the capital's lesser known gems, such as Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Darwin's family home Down House, the curry paradise of Brick Lane and St. Paul's mysterious crypt. So to give you time to take in all the sights, Visit London are offering one lucky winner the chance of a luxury break in the city!
Enjoy a stay at the Marriott Regents Park for two in an executive level room (including access to the executive lounge), as well as a trip to the Natural History Museum, including entry to the spectacular new Darwin Centre, plus lunch.
For your chance to win, simply correctly answer the question: How many specimens does The Natural History Museum have?
Answer: Over 70 million
Only one entry per person allowed.
Closing date for entries is noon on 30/11/09. One winning entry will be chosen at random from all eligible entries. Winners will be notified by 14.12.09. The draw is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
For details of the winners, send an sae to the competition address within two months of the closing date. If any winner is unable to be contacted within one month of the closing date, the promoter will offer the prize to a runner-up.
Promoter reserves the right to substitute the prize with one of the same or greater value but there is no cash alternative.
The Natural History Museum lunch voucher for £30 expires 30/09/2010.