5 London Merlin attractions + River Cruise £60 @ TimeOut
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5 London Merlin attractions + River Cruise £60 @ TimeOut

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Found 26th Mar
2916329.jpgVisiting London?

Time Out London currently have an offer on for £60 that includes one visit to each of the following-

- The Coca-Cola London Eye and River Cruise
- Madame Tussauds London
- The London Dungeon
- Sea Life London
- Dreamworks Tours Shrek’s Adventure! London

+ Thames River Cruise

I’m pretty sure that the bogof offers couldn’t match this price per person, works out at £10 per attractio/boat ride.

“How does it work? Simple. Buy our exclusive offer, and you’ll receive a redemption voucher code. Then all you need to do is head to Merlin’s website, type in your voucher code and book your first attraction of choice, and quote the code at the checkout. The total bill is a mere £60 – which, if you do the maths, saves you over £95 on separate purchases. You also have 90 days to book in your attraction visits, so you can spread out the fun over three months.”


“Please choose the first attraction you would like to visit in your selection.

When booking your date and time on Merlin's website, you'll be asked for payment details to check out. Don't worry - you won't be changed again, this is just to complete your booking. “
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If your not bothered about the river cruise, you can get the 5 attractions from London a Dungeons website for £55 and children are £40
Edited by: "spicy_gal" 27th Mar
I would recomend the river cruise, it gives you an interesting view of London, especially if you live here...
Edited by: "Perfect_Deal" 27th Mar
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Definitely am interested in booking this for my me & the Mrs. My son is 2, does he need a ticket too?
If your not bothered about the river cruise, you can get the 5 attractions from London a Dungeons website for £55 and children are £40
Edited by: "spicy_gal" 27th Mar
I would recomend the river cruise, it gives you an interesting view of London, especially if you live here...
Edited by: "Perfect_Deal" 27th Mar
the river cruise is really good. its worth buying it as well
Can this be split? ie 2 people, 3 attractions each?
toomuchstuffalready8 m ago

Can this be split? ie 2 people, 3 attractions each?


Ah - no, 1 visit per attraction
Nice one, thanks OP.

Anyone know of any discount codes please to bring this down further. Was thinking of doing a family of 5 trip so a bit pricey at £300 even if it's saving on individual prices?
Is it for 1 day or can it be used on whatever day we want ans do the acrivites seperatly?
Can be spread across 3 months
This looks good. Anyone know of any got hotel deals. Would love to go for a couple of days
Ooh might leave the mrs in the dungeon!
dreamz59 m ago

This looks good. Anyone know of any got hotel deals. Would love to go for …This looks good. Anyone know of any got hotel deals. Would love to go for a couple of days


Why don't you try airbnb, I stayed @ a couples flat in berlin 2 wks ago £18 a night I had full of use of kitchen so just made some meals there, & it was nice as didn't feel as alienated staying in a hotel or b& b and kept my costs down.
How would this compare to the London Pass?
This doesn't offer cheaper children's tickets so just to get river cruise you have to pay 60 quid for all. Better option for me is the one mentioned befpre which is the 5 Merlin attractions for £55 per adult and £40 per child...
When I visit London, we use the days out 2 for 1 vouchers London 2 for 1 tickets for arriving by train.
littlebird.co.uk/ is especially strong for children's discounts in London
Suzanne_Rodgers59 m ago

Why don't you try airbnb, I stayed @ a couples flat in berlin 2 wks ago …Why don't you try airbnb, I stayed @ a couples flat in berlin 2 wks ago £18 a night I had full of use of kitchen so just made some meals there, & it was nice as didn't feel as alienated staying in a hotel or b& b and kept my costs down.


I might check that out
Suzanne_Rodgers1 h, 19 m ago

Why don't you try airbnb, I stayed @ a couples flat in berlin 2 wks ago …Why don't you try airbnb, I stayed @ a couples flat in berlin 2 wks ago £18 a night I had full of use of kitchen so just made some meals there, & it was nice as didn't feel as alienated staying in a hotel or b& b and kept my costs down.



Good luck finding something like that in London! Anyway, why should staying in a B&B make you feel "alienated", whatever you mean by that?
toomuchstuffalready3 h, 36 m ago

Can this be split? ie 2 people, 3 attractions each?


That's such a HUKD response!

"Can we divide this between 6 people if we promise to tell each other what the rides were like?"
Voted hot, one very dumb question, it seems to only ask for initial attraction (in my case I am choosing Madam Tussauds), what about the rest of the 4 attractions? How will I get those?
candyman869 h, 28 m ago

Definitely am interested in booking this for my me & the Mrs. My son is 2, …Definitely am interested in booking this for my me & the Mrs. My son is 2, does he need a ticket too?



Same here - do you know if a 2 year old will require a ticket as well as nothing in the T&Cs?
jmdcam9 m ago

Same here - do you know if a 2 year old will require a ticket as well as …Same here - do you know if a 2 year old will require a ticket as well as nothing in the T&Cs?


No ticket needed for toddlers under 3. It’s free.


I’ve just come back from this yesterday! After purchasing a Merlin pass.
pandat1 h, 23 m ago

Voted hot, one very dumb question, it seems to only ask for initial …Voted hot, one very dumb question, it seems to only ask for initial attraction (in my case I am choosing Madam Tussauds), what about the rest of the 4 attractions? How will I get those?


“Select the date you wish to visit (your first attraction)! London, and then you'll have up to 90 days to visit the other London attractions. Which you will need to book timeslots to visit. Please follow the below steps to do this.

To book your London attraction visits please go to londonbigticket.com/pla…sit
1. Log in with your order number and email address.
2. Pre-book your date and time of visit (within your 90 day validity). You also have the option of editing these bookings five times before visiting the attraction.
Please be advised that bookings are subject to the attractions availability and capacity on the day.”

Found this online, so it should be clearer once you redeem your voucher.
Edited by: "monkey_whiskers" 27th Mar
candyman8610 h, 7 m ago

Definitely am interested in booking this for my me & the Mrs. My son is 2, …Definitely am interested in booking this for my me & the Mrs. My son is 2, does he need a ticket too?


Children under 3 are free. No ticket needed.
Be aware these attractions can have very long queues, depending on when you go, you can be waiting a couple of hours outside the attraction before getting in. Most of the attractions take ~3 hours (some are essentially guided tours, some are one way winding routes that subtlety keep you moving along).

Madame Tussauds especially packs a lot of people in so it's not good for children who can't cope with crowds.
abigsmurf2 h, 54 m ago

Be aware these attractions can have very long queues, depending on when …Be aware these attractions can have very long queues, depending on when you go, you can be waiting a couple of hours outside the attraction before getting in. Most of the attractions take ~3 hours (some are essentially guided tours, some are one way winding routes that subtlety keep you moving along). Madame Tussauds especially packs a lot of people in so it's not good for children who can't cope with crowds.


“Most of the attractions take ~3 hours”


What you been smoking?

London eye is 1 hour. Sea life is anything from 15mins-3 hours depends how long you want, shrek adventure is about 1hour.

(Source; I visited yesterday).
Looks very good value for the money
the river cruise is the only thing worth doing.

the eye, two swords and the dungeons are dreadful
abigsmurf19 h, 40 m ago

Be aware these attractions can have very long queues, depending on when …Be aware these attractions can have very long queues, depending on when you go, you can be waiting a couple of hours outside the attraction before getting in. Most of the attractions take ~3 hours (some are essentially guided tours, some are one way winding routes that subtlety keep you moving along). Madame Tussauds especially packs a lot of people in so it's not good for children who can't cope with crowds.


abigsmurf19 h, 40 m ago

Be aware these attractions can have very long queues, depending on when …Be aware these attractions can have very long queues, depending on when you go, you can be waiting a couple of hours outside the attraction before getting in. Most of the attractions take ~3 hours (some are essentially guided tours, some are one way winding routes that subtlety keep you moving along). Madame Tussauds especially packs a lot of people in so it's not good for children who can't cope with crowds.


When we have been in the past we grouped together the Sea Life, London Eye and London Dungeons in one day. If you go early or late or on weekdays it’s much quieter and queues aren’t too bad at all.
The only ‘guided’ one was London Dungeons (although we haven’t done Shrek, so I dont know).
At Madame Tussaud’s we took our time, wandered around and got photos with our favourites. The Marvel bit at the end was lots of fun too.
I’d agree that the days could be quite long if you have small children, but that’s where I’d say Planning ahead works best. And there’s 90 days to use the pass, so attractions can be spaced out.

And if the weather is good the river cruise is lovely. You see plenty, learn a bit and get to sit down and relax for a while.
Lived in London for over 20 years and have been on the river cruises dozens of times.

Point is, for those that want to do these attractions - this is the best deal around atm.
spicy_gal27th Mar

If your not bothered about the river cruise, you can get the 5 attractions …If your not bothered about the river cruise, you can get the 5 attractions from London a Dungeons website for £55 and children are £40


How ? Link pls
monkey_whiskers28th Mar

When we have been in the past we grouped together the Sea Life, London Eye …When we have been in the past we grouped together the Sea Life, London Eye and London Dungeons in one day. If you go early or late or on weekdays it’s much quieter and queues aren’t too bad at all. The only ‘guided’ one was London Dungeons (although we haven’t done Shrek, so I dont know). At Madame Tussaud’s we took our time, wandered around and got photos with our favourites. The Marvel bit at the end was lots of fun too. I’d agree that the days could be quite long if you have small children, but that’s where I’d say Planning ahead works best. And there’s 90 days to use the pass, so attractions can be spaced out. And if the weather is good the river cruise is lovely. You see plenty, learn a bit and get to sit down and relax for a while. Lived in London for over 20 years and have been on the river cruises dozens of times. Point is, for those that want to do these attractions - this is the best deal around atm.


How to buy the deal ? Any link ?
Abhik1st Apr

How ? Link pls


timeout.com/lon…don

when you add your tickets to the basket and proceed to checkout, the only way i could proceed to payment is by checking out as a guest, after payment, links for the booking portal are sent to you via email to book your times and day slots for each attraction, i will add that the first attraction you confirm a day and time cannot be changed, so give it some thought before you commit, but all the other attractions can be altered up to 5 times. Expiry date is 31st August 2018
monty703 h, 30 m ago

https://www.timeout.com/london/shop/things-to-do-merlins-magical-londonwhen you add your tickets to the basket and proceed to checkout, the only way i could proceed to payment is by checking out as a guest, after payment, links for the booking portal are sent to you via email to book your times and day slots for each attraction, i will add that the first attraction you confirm a day and time cannot be changed, so give it some thought before you commit, but all the other attractions can be altered up to 5 times. Expiry date is 31st August 2018


Thanks Monty bro
dreamz27th Mar

This looks good. Anyone know of any got hotel deals. Would love to go for …This looks good. Anyone know of any got hotel deals. Would love to go for a couple of days


Don’t know what dates or number of ppl you’re looking for, might want to start here?
holidaypirates.com/acc…ook


but if you stay in Wembley you will have to get the tube into central.
monkey_whiskers5th Apr

Don’t know what dates or number of ppl you’re looking for, might want to st …Don’t know what dates or number of ppl you’re looking for, might want to start here? https://www.holidaypirates.com/accommodation/london-hotel-stay-near-wembley-stadium-from-gbp-19pppn_26597?utm_source=whatsapp&utm_medium=messenger&utm_campaign=uk_14_th_both_deal__booking-com-uk_greatbritain_london___sh&utm_content=26597&f_name=facebookbut if you stay in Wembley you will have to get the tube into central.


Thankyou will take a look
dreamz27th Mar

This looks good. Anyone know of any got hotel deals. Would love to go for …This looks good. Anyone know of any got hotel deals. Would love to go for a couple of days



premierinn.com/gb/…ONC


Premier Inn County Hall, Belvedere Rd, London, we've booked On a recommendation from a friend who visits London twice yearly, 5+ min walk to waterloo station and 10+ min walk to Trafalgar Square, 5 of these attractions are within walking distance from this hotel, madam Tussauds is a short train journey from waterloo to baker street
candyman8627th Mar

Definitely am interested in booking this for my me & the Mrs. My son is 2, …Definitely am interested in booking this for my me & the Mrs. My son is 2, does he need a ticket too?


We just made use of this but didn’t do shrek or the dungeon as our boy is only 2 and we read plenty of reviews saying both are far too scary for young ones! Was still good value for the other 3 attractions though when they are £25 each
Foley2001_uk5 h, 52 m ago

We just made use of this but didn’t do shrek or the dungeon as our boy is o …We just made use of this but didn’t do shrek or the dungeon as our boy is only 2 and we read plenty of reviews saying both are far too scary for young ones! Was still good value for the other 3 attractions though when they are £25 each



We did Shrek with our 2 y/o last year, she was fine. IMO if anything they tend to be more fearless at that age.

Wouldn't have done Dungeons with her though.
monty703rd Apr

https://www.timeout.com/london/shop/things-to-do-merlins-magical-londonwhen you add your tickets to the basket and proceed to checkout, the only way i could proceed to payment is by checking out as a guest, after payment, links for the booking portal are sent to you via email to book your times and day slots for each attraction, i will add that the first attraction you confirm a day and time cannot be changed, so give it some thought before you commit, but all the other attractions can be altered up to 5 times. Expiry date is 31st August 2018


it wants me to confirm two times, one for eye and one for boat cruise.. am i doing something wrong?
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