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At-Bristol (science centre) summer passport (6 weeks unlimited visits) £13.90
At-Bristol (science centre) summer passport (6 weeks unlimited visits) £13.90

At-Bristol (science centre) summer passport (6 weeks unlimited visits) £13.90

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At-Bristol (science centre similar to London's Science Museum) in the harbourside area of Bristol is doing a promotion where you buy a "passport" ticket and this gives you 6 weeks of unlimited visits (from 24 July) - great for anyone nearby wondering how to entertain the kids over the summer!

at-bristol.org.uk/pas…ort

Adult passport ticket (for unlimited visits over 6 weeks) is £21.50 and child is £13.90. Normal one off entry admission is £11.90 and £7.70 so it looks to be a good deal for anyone near Bristol who would like to make 2 visits over the 6 week period.

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that really is a fantastic deal OP.

I am going to check the Science Centre in Glasgow to see if a similar offer available. I am struggling to find places to take my son as its not stopped RAINING !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

SuperEd

rain whats that ? lol -PS great deal

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Edit - start and expiry dates were incorrect, have amended now (from 24 July 2010 to 5 September 2010)

Excellent find Jolsa, well done and thanks

Brill find - @ Bristol rocks
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Hope this won't be a controversial question but could you buy one and then give to your friend's to use? I know it's says non-transferrable but presumably it would just have your name on?

Hope this won't be a controversial question but could you buy one and … Hope this won't be a controversial question but could you buy one and then give to your friend's to use? I know it's says non-transferrable but presumably it would just have your name on?



I assume they'll handle it via the same system as their annual membership passes and you'll get a card with your photo on (the web page says there's a £5 fee for replacing lost cards which seems to confirm this). Though in the case of the annual membership they take your picture when you first join and store it for reuse each year which means by 10 and 14 year-old look nothing like the photos of them taken 4 or 5 years ago!

bossyboots

that really is a fantastic deal OP.I am going to check the Science Centre … that really is a fantastic deal OP.I am going to check the Science Centre in Glasgow to see if a similar offer available. I am struggling to find places to take my son as its not stopped RAINING !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




Take him to Peterborough - no rain here http://lh5.ggpht.com/_mkcswd7p9hc/SdEYDJ8Xw5I/AAAAAAAAATw/SUOR4Cy7_kQ/AddEmoticons04263.gif

thegroutch

how much is it to go in once? wouldnt want to be paying too much extra, … how much is it to go in once? wouldnt want to be paying too much extra, as once you've been once there might not be much more to see



Normally £7 for a child.

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thegroutch

how much is it to go in once? wouldnt want to be paying too much extra, … how much is it to go in once? wouldnt want to be paying too much extra, as once you've been once there might not be much more to see



Have mentioned this briefly in the original post, but full details of normal admission prices are here


even if we dont use the pass, it has saved me money, the mrs wanted to go to the birmingham one, i now live in devon so 2 x more petrol would have been used. heat

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thegroutch

okaay, thanks seems you really need to make 3 visits with six weeks to … okaay, thanks seems you really need to make 3 visits with six weeks to make any significant savings, they're probably banking on alot of people not bothering coming back the second time, bit like with those paintball guys offering half price if you pay in advance



This is probably aimed more at families? Loads to do there (they do live science shows and there's a planetarium also) so doubt it would all be exhausted in one trip, hence good option for those that need to entertain the kids for the length of the summer holidays on a budget.

Probably cost you even more for parking fees in this area than the price of entry, should you wish to visit the place

In fact, I'd be suspecting that the parking garages are sponsoring this event

Any good places to park in this part of Bristol?
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