Discovery Day Experience
To celebrate the release of PLANES 2: FIRE & RESCUE, in cinemas August 8, we’re giving you the chance to win a Dicovery Day for you and a friend which includes an 8 hour helicopter flight arounf the countryside. You’ll get to choose from a great range of activites including:
BERKSHIRE: MapleDurham House & River Thames
Away from the distractions of town, business or busy hotels, Mapledurham Estate is an oasis of peace, natural beauty and history. Visit St Margaret’s Church and learn about the spectacular turbine & mill. As it is the last working corn mill on the Thames, you will have the honour of viewing the only one of its kind in the world!
CORNWALL: St Ives Bay & Coastal Path
Discover the beauty of this world famous bay on land and from the sky with this guided coastal walk and helicopter flight. Enjoy half a day to include a circular 8 mile coastal hike around St Ives and the surrounding area before boarding a VIP jet powered helicopter that will then fly you along the route you walked, granting a bird’s eye view of the sights. (1st – 8th of August only).
EAST LOTHIAN: BOAC Concorde Experience & Musuem of Flight
The National Museum of Flight is situated on East Fortune Airfield, one of the most historic airfields in the country. First used during the First World War the museum site houses over 50 aircraft including Scotland’s Concorde, Spitfire, Jaguar, Comet and Tornado. Discover aviation history up close with hands on activities, land train tours, assault course, shop and cafe.
HERTFORDSHIRE: Hatfield House, Gardens & Estate
As one of the then ‘Treasure Houses of England’, Hatfield House is by far and away one of the most magnificent stately homes in the UK. Home to the current Lord and Lady Salisbury, this fine Jacobean House was splendidly decorated for entertaining the Royal Court with state rooms rich in paintings, fine furniture and tapestries.
ESSEX: Secret Nuclear Bunker Experience & Activity Centre
Explore the history of this incredible bunker starting with its role as an RAF ROTOR Station, then a brief period as a civil defence centre through to its most recent use as a Regional Government HQ. Designed for up to 600 military and civilian personnel, possibly even the Prime Minister, their collective task being to organise the survival of the population in the awful aftermath of a nuclear war.
You can enter every day until August 11th, 2014