Legoland Windsor is giving away free tickets next week and it’s all to do with the General Election.
As some schools across the UK will close on Election Day to act as polling stations, Legoland is offering kids free entry to the theme park – provided they share a first name with one of the party leaders.
If your child shares the name (and spelling) with Boris, Jeremy, Joanne, Jonathan, Sian, Nicola, Nigel or Adam, they will be given free entry to the theme park on Election Day.
Ideal for parents trying to keep the kids entertained if their school has closed for the day.
To claim the freebie, just head to the theme park and provide proof of identity at the gate (passports or birth certificates).
If you don’t qualify for the offer, don’t be disheartened as we’ve rounded up plenty more Legoland deals and discounts worth knowing about.
Currently Legoland Windsor is hosting its Christmas event, so as well as the rides and attractions, there will be plenty of festive fun for the family from decorations to special events.
You can also buy tickets which include a visit to see Father Christmas for an extra touch of magic (if you have bagged one of the free tickets, you can upgrade to include the Father Christmas visit for an extra £11).
Day tickets for the Legoland at Christmas event start from £36pp online when booked in advance – which includes the Father Christmas visit and a LEGO gift for the kids.
The Legoland Christmas event will run until the 6th January 2020. You can find out more on the Legoland Windsor website .
If Legoland is a bit too far from where you live, you may also want to check out our round-up of the best Christmas things to do for the whole family – and these events aren’t limited to Election Day of course!