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Get summer discounts on family fun with the Echo
10:00am Saturday 21st July 2012 in News
THE summer holidays are here – six weeks in which the whole family demands to be entertained.
Dorset has an astonishing array of family attractions, so there’s no problem finding something good to do. The only challenge is finding the cash to do everything you’d like. That’s where the Daily Echo can help.
Our Summer Madness campaign will bring you some amazing discounts and offers at some of the best attractions, both in Dorset and beyond.
We start today with offers at three of the best value days out you could find.
Sea Life Adventure Park is a full day of fun. Admission includes a host of children’s rides and a water play park. You can get access to 1,000 creatures including penguins, seals, otters, sea turtles and crocodiles – with feeding demonstrations throughout the day, an interactive rockpool, children’s quiz trail and indoor and outdoor displays including a walk-through ocean tank, rain forest and shark reef. This summer also sees a treat for fans of Aardman animation Timmy Time, with a host of activities about the lamb who loves being in the spotlight.
Abbotsbury Children’s Farm offers the chance to meet, greet and feed a host of farmyard animals. You can cuddle the guinea pigs, ride ponies, race the tractors, play in a large undercover play area and bottle-feed the baby goats, who also race round a track twice a day and can be walked on a lead.
Legoland Windsor, operated by Poole-based Merlin Entertainments, is one of Britain’s best-loved attractions and gets better every year. It offers thrilling rides, incredible Lego models and a host of entertainment. Latest developments include the Star Wars Miniland Experience and the Legoland Windsor Resort Hotel.
Whatever you plan to do with the family, Summer Madness will help cut the cost of having fun this summer.
Don't miss offers for Sea Life Adventure Park, Abbotsbury Children's Farm and Legoland Windsor inside this weekend's Daily Echo.