'Free' Entry to 400 Heritage Sites 11 - 17th Dec with lottery ticket
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'Free' Entry to 400 Heritage Sites 11 - 17th Dec with lottery ticket

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Expires on 17/12/2017Found 5th Dec
Hundreds of heritage attractions across the UK that have received National Lottery funding, including the historic Roman Baths, the much-loved Natural History Museum, iconic Stonehenge and 100 National Trust properties, want to say a big ‘thank you’ to the people who have made so much possible. You.

More than 400 incredible venues are offering free entry (or other free offers) to anyone who turns up with a National Lottery ticket between December 11th and 17th 2017. To make it super simple, we’ve created a handy map so you can find your nearest participating attraction and details of its offer.

VIEW THE MAP HERE

Around £30 million a week is raised for good causes all over the UK and since the launch of The National Lottery, more than 42,000 heritage projects have received funding thanks to you. So if you’re tired of wandering the shops in search of the perfect Christmas gift for Auntie Brenda, may we suggest you take a well-earned break in one of the many participating venues.

You could even take a photo and share it using #ThanksToYou – it will provide us with a welcome break from the office Christmas carols.

Terms and conditions apply. Please see your chosen heritage attraction site for more details as offers vary.

13 Comments

Thanks !!

Example: 'The Roman Baths on Wednesday 13 December 2017 only' what a joke...

National trust giants causeway free on Wednesday 13th too! It's actually free to visit the giants causeway all year around, but you must pay to visit the visitor centre!
Edited by: "Suin" 5th Dec

It's free... stop your moaning. The Roman Baths are great IF you can get their on that Wednesday. If you can't - you've not lost anything

National gallery is free though.

Not really free as you have to buy the ticket(but nobody seems to worry about that these days)

Also free on heritage open days(but that means waiting until next September)

The great little museum here is included 2-4pm 11th-15th
probably less crowds than on HOD would be tempted to buy a Euromillions ticket if that was included
it does include tickets bought online

T&C for you might be different

  • One National Lottery ticket provides free entry to the Museum for up to one family (up to 2 adults and 5 children).
  • All National Lottery games qualify for free entry; including tickets from any National Lottery draw based game or National Lottery Scratchcard. Proof of ticket can be paper or digital.
  • Museum has the right to refuse entry in the unlikely event of venue reaching capacity, as well as unforeseen circumstances.
  • Tickets will be given at the Museum reception when visitors arrive with their National Lottery tickets.

heat added

Doesn't seem to be any clue as to when the ticket needs to be purchased ?
and no reason I can think of that you can't remember to be a Womble ?
Edited by: "Wongy110" 5th Dec

Lots of near-bogus "offers" on the list, but...

I've heard differing views on the value of going to the London Transport Museum (and haven't been myself since I was knee high to a grasshopper) but their offer seems too good to pass up given the £17.50 standard ticket price, so heat for that one alone!

zchari53 h, 7 m ago

It's free... stop your moaning. The Roman Baths are great IF you can get …It's free... stop your moaning. The Roman Baths are great IF you can get their on that Wednesday. If you can't - you've not lost anything


It's great to be unemployed huh

Original Poster

premierfella1 h, 12 m ago

Lots of near-bogus "offers" on the list, but...I've heard differing views …Lots of near-bogus "offers" on the list, but...I've heard differing views on the value of going to the London Transport Museum (and haven't been myself since I was knee high to a grasshopper) but their offer seems too good to pass up given the £17.50 standard ticket price, so heat for that one alone!


Individual admission Adult £17.50; Concession £15*
Tickets allow unlimited daytime entry to all Museum galleries and temporary exhibitions for a whole year. Please see our full admission terms and conditions below. *You can save by booking your annual ticket online at the reduced price of £16 and £13.50.

Do you think the above will apply and that they'll let you in ALL year with the 'free' lottery ticket?

Answer No!
Free entry with a National Lottery ticket at London Transport MuseumOffer runs from Monday 11 December to Sunday 17 December 2017

Terms and conditions

  • One National Lottery ticket provides free, one-day only entry for one adult to London Transport Museum. This is for daytime entry only. Kids go free.
  • All National Lottery games qualify for free entry, including tickets from any National Lottery draw based game or National Lottery Scratchcard. Proof of ticket can be paper or digital.
  • Euromillions, Thunderball or Lotto Hotpicks tickets are also accepted (all are draw based games).
  • The offer is valid from Monday 11 December to Sunday 17 December 2017 from 10:00 to 18:00. Last admission 17:15.
  • London Transport Museum has the right to refuse entry in the unlikely event of the Museum reaching capacity, as well as unforeseen circumstances.
  • London Transport Museum will accept any National Lottery draw based game or National Lottery Scratchcard dated from before the start of the offer.
Edited by: "itsillogical" 5th Dec

They seem to be midweek locally!

There used to be some good free places to visit near to us but since they received a bit of lottery funding (for a little cafe of something), they have since started charging for entry.

itsillogical17 h, 46 m ago

...Do you think the above will apply and that they'll let you in ALL year …...Do you think the above will apply and that they'll let you in ALL year with the 'free' lottery ticket? Answer No!...


Thanks, and totally agree of course. Having not read it closely I hadn't realised the standard ticket included revisits for 1 year!

That now explains why some friends of mine gave me negative feedback on the cost benefit (i.e. if you only want to visit once £17.50 is apparently a rip-off as far as they are concerned - if you plan to dip in and out of it over the year I guess £17.50 is a bargain, which will be why the other half seem to love the place!)

Great for visiting the paid sites but all the Glasgow venues are free to visit at any time.
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