Adult / Child to visit Legoland Discovery AND Sealife Centre £20pp @ Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester
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Adult / Child to visit Legoland Discovery AND Sealife Centre £20pp @ Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester

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Found 18th May 2015
Ideal for the holidays and you can visit Sealife anytime within 30 days, so if staying for a few days or overnight can stretch it over 2 days and get more for your money and time!

Cheaper than buying the lowest priced individual ticket at each attraction, you can visit them both for an amazing £20 per person when you book online 24 hours or more in advance of your visit!

That's the equivalent of buying one individual ticket to LEGOLAND Discovery Centre and getting your ticket to SEA LIFE Manchester for less than half price!

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overpriced tickets fir absolutely rubbish centre. nothing for the kids or family to entertain.
Visit main Legoland centre instead and you will see the difference.

Legoland Discovery was OK but you certainly won't need to stretch out a visit to both of these over a couple of days!

We visited the big lego land last year £200 + for my husband and I and our 5 and 3 year old to get in for one day. We hardly got on anything because of the queues and spent £70 on an awful buffet meal that was even worse than eating Pizza Hut . (Not to mention the £4 on ONE packet of smarties!!) I think for £80 this would be a Better option to try....then I wouldn't feel so sick having thrown £200 away to stand in lines all day

Legoland Discovery Centre is barely entertaining, having queued to get in I would not recommend other people do so. Definitely worth avoiding.

Legoland Discovery Centre to me looks dated and the displays are not inspiring. Merlin entertainment who run the centre rely on people spending money in the awful cafe and over-priced shop! Don't bother, try and save up for Legoland Windsor instead.

Both centres overpriced IMO. As for Legoland in Windsor, wouldnt go back if you paid me. Have still heated as compared to normal selling price, if you are definitely going....its a good deal. Personally wouldnt recommend either though!

Invest in a merlin pass for the year and do all the attractions. That way you can do the good and the bad and it doesn't cost any extra. Legoland discovery is ok if you don't go on a special trip. Fine if the weather is poor. But this time of year the main Legoland in Windsor is a much better investment. Queues can be bad if you go at weekends and holidays tho. That's the same all most theme parks.

Am I reading it correctly?

£20 for an adult a a child (5 and under) to visit both attractions?

So it'd cost me £40 for my family (2 adults, 2 kids under 5) to visit both?

I'd say that's a fairly good price. The Lego Centre isn't fantastic but it's fine for that price. I haven't visited the Sea Life Centre but I'm told it's decent (but small).

The offer for a free legoland OR sea life centre ticket with the purchase of a £20 gift card is still on.

http://intu.co.uk/traffordcentre/events/buy-a-20-gift-card-and-get-a-free-ticket-to-sea-life-or-legoland-discovery-centre

Gift card lasts for 2 years. Attraction ticket can be used on the day the gift card is purchased.

Have done both of these attractions with my then near 3 year old (went free and we we went on kellogs 2for1). Legoland isn't too bad....not a great deal to do but the little one enjoyed it. Sea Life centre is disappointing.....took about 45 minutes to get round it all and that was taking it slow. There was limited enjoyment and I'd have been annoyed had we paid full price for it!

If you only want adult tickets , best check with Legoland centre whether adults can go in without a child .
They were not allowing it awhile back

Albeit that this deal is for both places ,Sealife centre usually always a voucher available somewhere for buy one get one free tickets. Be it on cereal, or pop or some vouchers given away in certain stores. I know the Wilkinsons in Leigh town centre gives the vouchers away, for example. Saw them the other day.

Just a thank you to everyone who has reviewed the centre on here, was going to book but I'll look elsewhere now. Not voted.

always on offer. sea life is rubbish and tiny. 3 rooms looking at same fish

Have to agree with most here - the Legoland Discovery Centre isn't great. Sea Life was good though.

My 4 and 6 yr old love Lego discovery and can be there for at least 3 hrs but sealife isn't worth it tbh.

Lego is worth it if you have little ones and on a deal like this. The 4d cinema is good fun, as is the shooting ride. My kids loved it [4 and 2 years old], and it takes up a 2/3 hours if you let them have a good play in the building area/soft play.

Theme parks get busy - get over it!
go early or late in the day with a merlin pass and you can walk onto any ride with no queues
In the middle of the day, when everyone is lining up for the marquee rides - have a picnic (don't buy the expensive and poor quality restaurant food) or walk around the scenic bit - you cant ride rides all day anyway.

I love my merlin pass and so do the kids!

penguini

always on offer. sea life is rubbish and tiny. 3 rooms looking at same … always on offer. sea life is rubbish and tiny. 3 rooms looking at same fish



That's completely inaccurate. At £10 per person per attraction this is great value for money.

Anyone who thinks it's not worth that much please post some sub £10 ideas/activities/attractions so I can do them as well.

Don't forget if you have Tesco clubcard points you can exchange £5 worth of vouchers for a 1 day admission to lego discovery center.
tesco.com/clu…294|Days%20Out*4294960264|North%20West
Edited by: "SpoonyBoy" 19th May 2015

SpoonyBoy

At £10 per person per attraction this is great value for money.Anyone who … At £10 per person per attraction this is great value for money.Anyone who thinks it's not worth that much please post some sub £10 ideas/activities/attractions so I can do them as well.



Off the top of my head, how about Quarry Bank Mill at £36.00 per family. Or join the National Trust for under £9 per family per month and get in loads of places.

Really, there are lots of places that are better value than these two. They're poor value when looked at standalone and poor value when compared to other places.

I would agree with these reviews. There was hardly anything entertain my 3 half year old who spent most of the time looking at the Lego displays although these was disappointing too. Was not allowed on the cars to ride. And I was surprised to see the soft play area in the middle of the room. Could have paid £4 for the family to go to our local soft play which is better. As for the Sea life was round in ten minutes spent more time yet again in the soft play area.

helmethead

Off the top of my head, how about Quarry Bank Mill at £36.00 per family. … Off the top of my head, how about Quarry Bank Mill at £36.00 per family. Or join the National Trust for under £9 per family per month and get in loads of places.Really, there are lots of places that are better value than these two. They're poor value when looked at standalone and poor value when compared to other places.



I agree they are good value for money, been looking at national trust memberships.

I have a 3 year old in tow so I don't think quarry bank mill will be of interest to him just yet, or not any more interesting than Liverpool world museum, Manchester museum, MOSI, Imperial War museum which are free (and quite frankly awesome!).
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