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LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Birmingham - Family Pass £12.50 instead of £80 via Planet Radio
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LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Birmingham - Family Pass £12.50 instead of £80 via Planet Radio

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Posted 6th Jul
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£12.50 for a family pass...

Valid Mon-Thu 10am-3pm (last entry 1pm), Fri 10am-7pm (last entry 5pm).

VOUCHER VALID FROM 3RD JUNE – 19TH JULY 2019

Please present voucher at front desk

Only valid at Legoland Discovery Centre Birmingham.
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This should get deal of the day. Absoloute bargain.
Great deal, heat added!
MonkeyMan9006/07/2019 10:34

This should get deal of the day. Absoloute bargain.


its useless to most people, whats the point in a family pass that can only be used when kids are at school and ends before they break up
Took my 6yr old a few months ago as we had 50% off voucher, there's nothing there, 15 mins in a cinema, 2 mins on a ride and some boxes of lego to build. It's not worth more than say £8 each.
waynebeetison06/07/2019 11:39

Took my 6yr old a few months ago as we had 50% off voucher, there's …Took my 6yr old a few months ago as we had 50% off voucher, there's nothing there, 15 mins in a cinema, 2 mins on a ride and some boxes of lego to build. It's not worth more than say £8 each.


So £12.50 for a family of four would be a good deal then
waynebeetison06/07/2019 11:39

Took my 6yr old a few months ago as we had 50% off voucher, there's …Took my 6yr old a few months ago as we had 50% off voucher, there's nothing there, 15 mins in a cinema, 2 mins on a ride and some boxes of lego to build. It's not worth more than say £8 each.


Totally agree! Took my daughter when it first opened with a BOGOF voucher, both of us were disappointed.
£12.50 is good for a family though, but only of use to those with young kids not in school.
It looks quite small is it an all dayer ?
Great discount by the way.
ubend06/07/2019 12:40

It looks quite small is it an all dayer ?Great discount by the way.


Depends how busy it is and how much you/your kids like building lego, you can spend more time waiting in line for rides. Maybe a couple of hours at most.

We have annual passes (got them before they opened) but won't be renewed.

Haven't looked at the terms and conditions but if it's like our annual pass don't think turning up on the day you'll gain entry, it will depend on how busy they are. Don't think I've ever been and they just let us in. you have to pre-book tickets (at a cost) unless you have a option to pre-book with this.
We've got Annual passes & have really enjoyed it.

We normally go in for an hour or two when we're passing. Usual routine - a combination of:
- laser ghost Train ride
- explore lego Birmingham + mini-games
- watch a 4D cinema film
- Lego master builder class (led activity)
- Huge soft play
- build & race cars on different tracks
- have a coffee & picnic
- use the over size Lego blocks to build a house
- there's a big spinny ride which we don't normally do
- plus there's loads of buckets of Lego
- we even have made stop motion animation a with the mini animation studio

We've never bothered with the activity pack & we don't really play with the Duplo areas.

Our kids are 2 & 4 so having the annual pass means we don't feel bad leaving if everyone has had enough
Voucher valid till 19th July 2019
I payed £30 recently as I got a discount for the 3 of us after visiting sea life centre,really dissapointed what a waste of money,all there was is lego building ,a soft play place,should charge fiver each for just that.wish I looked up the place to see what they offered first
Cant seem to find the voucher
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