National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull - 2 Adults + Upto 3 Kids for £9.60 / 2 Adults £7.20 @ Groupon with code (Under 5s Free) Father's Day?
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National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull - 2 Adults + Upto 3 Kids for £9.60 / 2 Adults £7.20 @ Groupon with code (Under 5s Free) Father's Day?

£9.60£24.9562%Groupon Deals
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Posted 21st May
Would make a great family day out especially since May Half Term is not far off or maybe a treat for Dad on Father's Day - has excellent reviews too.

To get these reduced prices you need to use the new user / new email code...... HELLO20 which takes a further 20% off the already heavily discounted prices

£9.60 for 2 adults and 3 children, working out at £1.92 per person
£7.20 for 2 adults on their own. Works out at £3.60pp

Kids under 5 go free.

Normal Entry Price for (2A + 3 C) is £24.95, and for 2 adults is £17.90 so a huge saving


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The National Motorcycle Museum celebrates the golden age of British motorcycle engineering and showcases the development of the machines over the last century. The museum features over 850 bikes spread throughout five exhibition halls, ranging from the 1898 Beeston tricycle to 1950s Triumphs, and right up to the modern day. Two adults (usually £8.95 each) or a family of five (£24.95) can roam the varied site and may opt to seek refreshments or mementoes at the cafe and gift shop.



T&C's
Validity: Expires 90 days after purchase.
Purchase: Limit 1 per 2 people or family (2 adults and 3 children). May buy 1 additional as gift.
Booking: No booking required. Present printed voucher on arrival.
Restrictions: Valid Mon-Sun 9.30am-5.30pm. Last entry at 4.30pm. Child classified as 5-16. Under 5s go for free. Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult. Valid on option purchased only.
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Few more pictures from November.
Its in the NCC, less than 10 mins from Birmingham Airport.
National Conference Centre
Coventry Road
Bickenhill
B92 0EJ Solihull
United Kingdom

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Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 21st May
Try coventry transport museum whilst it is still free to go in for now!
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