Take the family out for some fun
Published 11/03/2016, by Pinar
The kids have got two weeks off so what to do, what to do. Well we’ve got 2FOR1 deals on zoos, giant ferris wheels and Harry Potter for starters or browse our whole website for a feast of Easter treats.
See the birds and the beasts in all their brutal beauty at this powerful and awe-inspiring annual exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London. You’ve only got a few weeks left to catch it this year so get your 2FOR1 entry voucher and get going!
If photos aren’t enough, come and see some animals for real. Be among the first to see new attraction Land of the Lions which only opened this spring. The state-of-the-art facility is home to endangered Asiatic lions, of which only several hundred remain in the wild. The enclosure is now 27,000 sqft - five times the size of the previous enclosure. After that you can see gorilla, giraffe, reptiles or bugs. Or hang out with penguins and lemurs and monkeys. Oh my!
If you haven’t done the Eye yet, why not grab the 2FOR1 voucher right now and get it in your diary. At 135 metres, the Coca-Cola London Eye is one of the world’s tallest observation wheels, offering breathtaking views of London and its famous landmarks. Your ticket includes entry to the London Eye 4D Experience, a groundbreaking 3D film with spectacular in-theatre effects. It’s one of London’s most iconic and popular attractions so come on - give it a whirl.
Climb aboard for a magical mystery tour. The three-hour mini coach tour includes a visit to Platform 9 3/4 at Kings Cross, Grimmauld Place and other locations used for the Leaky Cauldron and scenes from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. You'll also see many other familiar landmarks too. Mobiliarbus!
The Cutty Sark has been restored and its exhibition revamped. Visitors now get interactive displays that reveal the ship's fascinating 144-year history complete with sights, sounds and smells. The world’s sole surviving tea clipper has been raised over three metres allowing visitors the unique experience of walking under a three-masted sailing ship and capturing a breathtaking view of the ship's gleaming hull from beneath. Everything above deck has been kept ‘as is’ for a proper glimpse at some maritime history.