How does this offer work with prebooking?
I wonder what they class as fancy dress, can I just stick a witches hat on her and hope for the best XD
Cool Thanks ill keep an eye out
I took my daughter in the holidays. Used a bogof voucher so wasn't too bad. I agree though that it's overpriced for what you actually get! Have a look out for the Merlin vouchers :)
Birmingham one is too new. They'll milk the novelty as much as they can. I find the prices very expensive for what it is TBH, waiting for a bit to go with the kids
Don't forget cereal vouchers can be used for this attraction
Lego land Manchester is shocking. Kids were fighting parents didn't give a toss it was like a zoo. I took my family and came out after 30mims
if you don't want the chaperone ticket it is 49 for adult and 39 for kids but the chaperone ticket allows any adult to take the child so it is an adult pass that can be transferred to any adult who is accompanying the child. Hope this makes sense
So for an adult with one child it would be £100? or does the chaperone ticket cover an adult and child?
I purchased directly from LDC
I didn't know about them either and they were not advertised anywhere but I was told that this is part of the deal
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!).
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.
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.
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. http://www.tesco.com/clubcard/deals/product.aspx?R=4604&%20bci=4294967294|Days%20Out*4294960264|North%20West
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!
anything similar for Windsor Legoland
It looks like they've done it up a bit since we last went! Kids need to be 4 years old to go on the Lego City ride pictured above though, it's not for toddlers. :)
Pocket guide for mobile LEGO® Factory Tour LEGO® 4D Cinema LEGO® Friends Olivia's House LEGO® CITY: Forest Pursuit Kingdom Quest Laser Ride LEGO® Ninjago Laser Training Camp MINILAND® LEGO® Racers: Build & Test Merlin’s Apprentice Ride LEGO® Fire Academy LEGO® Construction Site Master Model Builder The LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Shop DUPLO® Village Earthquake Tables Café
Thanks. Promotion is still on as long as you go direct via link.
As a 39yr old who was brought up on lego, went to denmark lego land at 10yrs and has been to lego windsor I can honestly say this glorified soft play centre is a huge disappointment. Went a few years ago using tesco vouchers and was still felt short changed.
£35 a person now or £120 the family annual pass
I don't believe it - the annual family pass has just gone up to £120!!!
its normally about 35/40 I think. don't know how long the offer is on i,'d phone them
Is this cheaper than usual then? Is it still likely to be the same price when I get paid mid month?
Can admin/mod expire this as last entry was at 5pm.x
I know, been wanting to go with the little one, would have gone if she haven't got school today.x
It's not cheap to get in, this is HOT!
Try your nearest Sea Life Centre, we bought ours after the offer had finished.
This deal still on anywhere?
they have the same offer at the london eye and chessington as i was there last week. i was a little disheartened as paid a bit more than this through the capital fm offer but hey some of it was to charity so hey ho. Great value for money so far and have only used it twice but will probably be getting most of the use at the discovery centre as it is the closest one to me!
This is for collecting when there, so it may be different on website.
Sounds good, on the website it still says £72+VAT.