How to win at Theme Park queues

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We love visiting Theme Parks but one of our biggest frustrations is the queues, especially when visiting in high season. Having visited a couple of American theme parks, I do think more could be done in the UK to make fast pass entry easily accessible for everyone, without having to pay a fortune for the privilege. We have been to two theme parks in the last week and despite being inset days for us, we still had to queue around 80 minutes for some rides and although many theme parks have installed activities for the kids to do, or television… Continue Reading “How to win at Theme Park queues”

10 Reasons to Buy a Merlin Annual Pass this January

We love exploring the UK with the family and often head out for day trips both near and far from home. Of course day trips cost money and one of the way we save on our travels is to buy a Merlin Annual Pass which gets us into 32 attractions across the UK. Merlin have just launched their famed January sale for the Merlin Annual Pass, meaning that you can get 12 months of fun from just £109 per person, but is it worth it? The simple answer is “Yes!” We have had so much use out of ours in… Continue Reading “10 Reasons to Buy a Merlin Annual Pass this January”

A Springtime visit to Legoland Windsor

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LEGOLAND® Windsor is a fun-filled day out for all the family and is somewhere the whole family enjoys visiting as there is so much to see and do although the park is predominately aimed at children aged 2-12 years old. Last weekend we took advantage of the lovely weather and headed there for a day of fun to celebrate Isaac’s birthday. We have learned from previous visits that it is impossible to do the whole park in just one day, so made the decision to see and do rides that we have not tried before, with the exception of the Atlantis… Continue Reading “A Springtime visit to Legoland Windsor”