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Britons wanting to explore some of the country’s best attractions and experiences can now do so for a cheaper price. A new National Lottery scheme has launched this month, and Britons can get £25 off the entry price of many attractions.
The UK has some fantastic attractions and experiences to enjoy.
But the price of entry may stop many Britons from visiting.
A new scheme by the National Lottery in partnership with Visit Britain is offering £25 off entry prices.
Some of the attractions included in the scheme are Legoland, Thorpe Park, Blackpool Tower Circus and The Edinburgh Dungeons.
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Britons who want to go to the London Zoo or see the big cats at Highland Wildlife Park can do so for a cheaper price this autumn.
The Eden Project in Cornwall offers a chance to learn about regeneration.
In Manchester, the RHS Bridgewater gardens are one of the top attractions and are also included in the scheme.
Britons interested in history could visit historic attractions such as the Tower of London, Bletchey Park, Wrest Park, or Stonehenge.
Castles are always fantastic days off.
Carlisle, Cardiff, Nottingham and Stirling Castles are all part of the scheme.
In Northern Ireland, a visit to HMS Titanic in Belfast is a must-do attraction.
Country houses are also included in the scheme.
And some of the best can be visited at a bargain price, including Harewood House, Eltham Palace, Belsay Hall and Queen Victoria’s favourite holiday home Osborne House.
In North Wales, Zip World is a great place to fly through the air and get an adrenaline rush.
Tourism Minister Nigel Huddleston said: “There is so much to see and do throughout the year across the whole of the UK.
“I encourage all National Lottery players to see what’s on offer and get out there and have some great days out at top attractions.”
VisitBritain CEO Sally Balcombe said: “VisitBritain is very pleased to be supporting The National Lottery Days Out campaign to encourage more of us to get out and discover the fantastic visitor attractions and experiences here on our doorstep.”
To get the £25 off, Britons with a Lotto ticket bought on or after October 1 should go to the National Lottery Days Out website.
They can get one of the hundreds of thousands of vouchers available.
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