The summer holidays will be here sooner than you think, and for parents that means coming up with plenty of ways to keep the kids busy – without breaking the bank in the process.
In fact, you can currently bag tickets to both attractions for a total of £24pp.
Legoland Discovery Centre’s on the gate prices are £30pp and the SEA LIFE Centre’s on the gate prices are £20pp, that makes for a tempting saving of £26pp, meaning families could stand to save £104 in total.
There’s more good news for parents too as it’s valid for dates until the 30th December 2019, including weekends and the school summer holiday dates.
You can book the discounted combination tickets online exclusively here but you’ll need to be quick as the sale ends on Sunday 16th June.
There’s no denying that both attractions can make for a brilliant day out for the whole family.
Legoland Discovery Centre is basically a huge indoor Lego playground aimed at 3-10 year olds, with heaps of workshops, Lego building, a Lego 4D cinema and even a Kingdom Quest Laser Ride.
The attraction is also hosting its LEGO City: Report for Duty event where kids can take on building challenges, (such as creating a Lego police car and filming a daring police chase), or meeting the Master Model Builder to up their Lego game.
Meanwhile, the National SEA LIFE Centre is ideal for those fascinated by all things under the sea with over 2,000 creatures residing here including a colony of cheeky Gentoo Penguins.
The centre also recently welcomed Pippa and Boo, two new resident seals rescued from the wild who have moved into the new Mammal Rescue Facility.