YOU can get free entry into hundreds of attractions this spring with just a lottery ticket.
Take your pick from hundreds of venues across the UK including the Eden Project, the Black Country Museum and Stowe Gardens in Buckinghamshire.
National Lottery ticket holders can get discounted and even free entry into hundreds of venues across the UK from March 18 to 26.
To bag your free tickets, you need to have purchased a National Lottery Ticket, Scratchcard or Instant Win Game – with prices starting at just 50p per ticket.
All you need to do is present your ticket at participating venues across the country.
But make sure to check your chosen venue’s website for entry dates and times as well as any terms and conditions.
There are hundreds of properties taking part in the promotion.
Head to the Eden Project in Cornwall to explore the world’s largest indoor Rainforest, with a free ticket saving an adult £37.50.
Alternatively, go back in time to the Black Country Living Museum in Dudley.
There you’ll meet roaming characters who will explain what life was like as a miner, factory worker or police officer in the past – a free ticket will save two adults and two young people (3 to 15 years) £58.
Meanwhile the Tower of London will be offering 25 per cent of tickets, and HMS Belfast, the giant warship, will be doing 2-for-1 entry.
Other UK attractions taking part in the discounted entry include the Kelpies in Scotland, Mount Steward in Northern Island and the Dunkirk Tunnels at Dover Castle.
Head to the National Lottery website to discover the free venues in your area.
Darren Henley OBE, Chief Executive of Arts Council England and Chair of the National Lottery Forum said: “The National Lottery Open Week offers players a fantastic opportunity to enjoy a low-cost day out at venues across the UK – from castles to nature reserves, museums to sports venues.
“It’s our way of saying thank you to National Lottery players who raise an incredible £30million each week for good causes.
“That funding makes a huge difference to venues and projects across the arts, sports, community and heritage sectors, funding many iconic venues, historical landmarks and other amazing days out across the UK.”
Here are ten free days out and attractions that the whole family will enjoy this Spring.
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