The National Lottery is offering discounted entry to attractions this week
We all know the feeling: you pay your money, trust the luck, and then look forward to the outcome. Visiting a museum or going to see a movie can certainly be an adrenaline rush, but none other than the National Lottery is taking some of the financial risks this week. Until Sunday, June 13, National Lottery Week features free entry, half-price tickets and specials at many attractions across the country, including many in the capital.
For example, you can get 2 for 1 tickets at the British Museum and Strawberry Hill House, free entry and guided walks to RSPB sites and 2 for 1 entry to Wildfowl & Wetlands Trusts across the UK. There’s also free entry to the brilliant Charles Dickens Museum, the Foundling Museum and the eccentric Heath Robinson Museum, as well as discounted tours of Wembley Stadium and free walks on the Horniman Museum Nature Trail on the June 11.
But that’s not all… The following weekend (June 19 and 20), it’s the National Lottery Weekend Cinema, in partnership with the BFI. Taking place in 500 cinemas across the UK, it is offering 200,000 free adult tickets available to watch any movie over the weekend, as a thank you to National Lottery players for their vital contribution to the film. Many films available have been supported by the National Lottery, including the Bafta and Oscar winning “Sound of Metal”.
To get all that good free shit (ish) you just need to book and show up with a national lottery ticket or scratch card (digital or physical). Good luck!
Until Sunday June 13. To see the full selection of offers available (including online ones), visit www.nationallotteryunlocked.com.
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