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Spinnaker Tower - Dad's go FREE this Father's Day!

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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
If youre looking for somewhere different to take your Dad this Fathers Day, look no further. Bring him to the Spinnaker Tower - for FREE! Dads go free this Fathers Day when accompanied by their full price paying son or daughter (of any age, adult or child!).

(Maximum of one Dad per paying son/daughter.)

*Advanced bookings using this offer can only be made by telephone - 02392 857520.

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#1
What the hell is the Spinnaker Tower?
#2
unhappybunny
What the hell is the Spinnaker Tower?


It should have been the Millenium Tower but it was "a bit late" :thumbsup::):whistling:

It's in Portsmouth by the way.
#3
Oh I see.. so is it just for observing then? Or is there a bar or restaurant at the top or something ?
#4
Is the lift working now? :)
#5
Maximum of one Dad per paying son/daughter . :) Hilarious
#6
that looks quite tall in the picture.

shame it doesn't look that good on a normal day
#7
mistry123
Maximum of one Dad per paying son/daughter . :) Hilarious


Well it is in Portsmouth so anything is possible, in fact probable!
#8
Den38;2271666
Well it is in Portsmouth so anything is possible, in fact probable!

You wouldn't happen to be from Southampton?:-D
#9
[email protected]
Is the lift working now? :)


still dont think it is, down gunwarf quays will be good day out, especially if its a sunny day,then a wee dander along to clarence pier is in order :)
#10
Found on [url]www.original106.com[/url] (local radio station) , this may work out better value of there's more than 2 people going. Don't know how to paste link, but if u go to site and search for 'spinnaker', it should come up, or just send a text as below.:


'Enjoy Original Sundays at the Spinnaker Tower, with our special two-for-the-price-of-one deal!

One f ree entry on Sunday’s with another full paying adult. There are two ways you can get this money saving deal.

Either text now, and we’ll reply with your personal two-for-one voucher. Text SPIN to 81800. Then simply show our text reply at the tower for your free entry.

download two for one voucher

You can also download a voucher to print your money saving voucher. Click Here to download the voucher in Adobe PDF format. If you don't have Adobe PDF Reader you can download it here.'
1 Like #11
Are there that many kids in Portsmouth that actually know who their dad is? Could be quite a quiet day up the old tower...........:evil:
#12
Amongst the top 20 buildings in the UK I'll have you know...
#13
seen this the other week when i was at HMS Sultan in Gosport, was wondering what it was, looked like a mini Burj al Arab!!
#14
I've forwarded the link on to Boris Johnson, with a bargain like that I guarantee he'll be there like a shot. :whistling:
#15
kirstyanderson
seen this the other week when i was at HMS Sultan in Gosport, was wondering what it was, looked like a mini Burj al Arab!!


Having been to both,I think it's fair to say the Burj just had the edge,and the lift was working!!
Worth going to Gunwharf for the shops though!
#16
Just a quick warning if your going to Portsmouth do not touch anything as your likely to catch something and keep your wallet in your front pocket as your likely to be mugged.

Also it may be best to bring a satnav as the traffic/roads around there makes no sense at all and although it may not take long to get there, it will take ages to actually get through to where you want to go... also make sure you clean everything before re-entering your home... :)
#17
dhue
Just a quick warning if your going to Portsmouth do not touch anything as your likely to catch something...

... also make sure you clean everything before re-entering your home... :)


Were you born a fool or has it just come through practice???

I live in Portsmouth, and I'm sure it's no dirtier (or cleaner) than many other cities within the UK so ease up on your (presumably intended) humour.
#18
Nothing says 'I hate you Dad' more than dragging him down to Pompey for Fathers' Day......
#19
i thought it was that hotel in dubai lol having a 'blonde' moment :P
#20
I may be moving to that part of the world in a month or so, oh dear you guys are making me worried now :-(
Other half was only talking to me about the Spinnaker Tower yesterday, least I've seen a piccie of it now!
banned#21
Having only been to Portsmouth once for a weekend about 7-8 years afo, you couldnt pay me enough to go back again. There seemed to be a fight going on on every pub corner. It was quite scary to say the least.
#22
sounds overcrowded.....
#23
It is the tallest freestanding viewing platform in the UK, the tallest is actually the BT Tower but it's nolonger open to the public. It also has the fastest inclined lift in the world. AND the outside lift was working when I drove past 5 mins ago. I've been up twice, once in the day and once at night for a posh do and I can recommend it. I would warn you that Gunwharf gets busy on a Sunday yif you were to intend to drive, I'd drive to Fratton or Town Centre and cab or train it down. It's a great day out but not really for a fathers day. 42 places to eat and plenty of places to spend all ya money.
#24
Play up Pompey! Don't listen to any of the spiteful remarks here about FA Cup winning Portsmouth. I lived there for 20 years and have travelled the length and breadth of the country since. Pompey is no worse than any other UK city and a whole lot better than most! Stunning views and a stones throw from the IOW, Hayling Island, Southsea, Historical Dockyard (with HMS Victory), Portsdown etc etc . Great pubs and clubs, great shopping and leisure activities. I will definitely be going back to live there one day. Please notice those who have left nasty comments haven't identified their own home city! Just go and make your own mind up.
#25
Sailed past the tower Saturday night on our way back from Normandy. Mightily impressive. Portsmouth seems a whole lot different from the last time i visited back in 1994. Looks like a lot of construction and expansion is going on which must be good for the locals.
#26
dancrawley
Are there that many kids in Portsmouth that actually know who their dad is? Could be quite a quiet day up the old tower...........:evil:


MY WORD DAN, THAT WAS A BIT BARBED!.
WHAT HAVE YOU GOT AGAINST THE PORTSMOUTH TOTS?:viking:
#27
The outside lift may be going up and down but it certainly isn't carrying passengers yet - far too unreliable.

I have been up a few times and there is a glass floor at 100m up which is pretty scary.

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