Edinburgh's Dynamic Earth are giving visitors free annual passes this month with full price ticket purchases
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Edinburgh's Dynamic Earth are giving visitors free annual passes this month with full price ticket purchases

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Expires on 03/11/2019Available: Scotland (Edinburgh)Posted 12th OctEdited by:"FifiFizz"
Edinburgh's Dynamic Earth are giving visitors free annual passes this month - here's how to get yours

For the whole of October anyone who buys a day ticket can enjoy a full year's visits for free!

From Saturday 28 September to Sunday 3 November 2019, anyone who buys a full-price ticket will be able to enjoy a full year’s visits for free.

  • Buy a full-price ticket at Dynamic Earth between 28th September and 3rd of November 2019 and automatically be upgraded.
  • Buying online, make sure you visit us before the 3rd November to validate your ticket and obtain your Annual Explorer Pass.
  • Only valid between 28th September to 3rd November 2019 – any tickets not redeemed between these dates will not be upgraded to an Annual Explorer Pass.
  • Don’t forget to keep your receipt as this will be required as proof of purchase for collection.
  • Once you receive your Annual Explorer Pass, this will be valid until October 2020.
  • The offer is for individuals only, and cannot be used by school groups.
  • The passes are for a named user and cannot be transferred to another person.
  • Not valid in conjunction with any other offer.

ADMISSION PRICES AT THE TICKET DESK:
Adult: £15.95 Child: £9.95 Concession (Student / over 65): £13.95

Top visitor attraction, Dynamic Earth, are offering customers the chance to enjoy a whole year's worth of visits for free.

The five-star hot spot which tells the story of planet Earth is upgrading day tickets to Annual Explorer Passes at no additional cost from now until Sunday 3 November.

To claim a year's worth of days out simply purchase a full-price day ticket either at Dynamic Earth or online for it be automatically upgraded. If purchased online, remember to keep a hold of your receipt as this will be required as proof of purchase.

Once you (and any wee ones) receive a pass it will be valid until October 2020! For more info see dynamicearth.co.uk/vis…ine

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Has anybody been here? Is it worth a visit? Going to Edinburgh at half term. X
Yes I took mine years ago is worth a visit - mine are adults now - they loved it - lift takes you back in time very interesting down where Arthur Seat, Holyrood Park, Holyrood Palace is so lots to see and do in the area too check website to give you more info
So if I can't go in October but buy a ticket online for October. I can go all year for free??
If you click on the link to buy the ticket it says
  • Buying online, make sure you visit us before the 3rd November to validate your ticket and obtain your Annual Explorer Pass.
FifiFizz12/10/2019 15:00

Yes I took mine years ago is worth a visit - mine are adults now - they …Yes I took mine years ago is worth a visit - mine are adults now - they loved it - lift takes you back in time very interesting down where Arthur Seat, Holyrood Park, Holyrood Palace is so lots to see and do in the area too check website to give you more info


Brill thank you. X
I have visited and thought it was very good but I can’t imagine wanting to visit again in the next year. How often does it change the displays and information
Thanks do much for this, it's been a few years since I did this wasn't sure it was still happening.
LoveChristmas3812/10/2019 14:56

Has anybody been here? Is it worth a visit? Going to Edinburgh at half …Has anybody been here? Is it worth a visit? Going to Edinburgh at half term. X


We took our six year old at September weekend. Whilst he enjoyed it and didn't get bored, I don't think we would go back if they had given us an annual pass.

I know it is a different type of attraction, but we enjoyed Glasgow Science Centre more. The adults felt that Dynamic Earth was more educational (ideal for schools), whereas the GSC had more hands-on exhibits, so the kids had more fun there (and I think GSC may have been cheaper too).

Voted hot though.
Squaresausages12/10/2019 20:22

We took our six year old at September weekend. Whilst he enjoyed it and …We took our six year old at September weekend. Whilst he enjoyed it and didn't get bored, I don't think we would go back if they had given us an annual pass.I know it is a different type of attraction, but we enjoyed Glasgow Science Centre more. The adults felt that Dynamic Earth was more educational (ideal for schools), whereas the GSC had more hands-on exhibits, so the kids had more fun there (and I think GSC may have been cheaper too).Voted hot though.


FifiFizz12/10/2019 15:00

Yes I took mine years ago is worth a visit - mine are adults now - they …Yes I took mine years ago is worth a visit - mine are adults now - they loved it - lift takes you back in time very interesting down where Arthur Seat, Holyrood Park, Holyrood Palace is so lots to see and do in the area too check website to give you more info


I think ours would prob enjoy it then as they’re 11 and 14. X and Glasgow is a bit too far away from where we’re going. X 🏼 🏼
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