Kids Go Free to top Scottish attractions this Easter

Tuesday, 13 June 2017

The Easter holidays are in full swing and we’re sure your little ones are loving being away from school work.

Why not make their break even more enjoyable by taking them to some of Scotland’s most exciting attractions?

With our Kids Go Free ticket, up to two children travel free with each adult AND you get one free child entry to some great family adventures. Here’s some of our top picks for you this Easter…

Young girl watching Green Turtle at Loch Lomond Sea Life AquariumLoch Lomond SEA LIFE Aquarium

Watch the kids’ faces fill with wonder as they explore an amazing underwater world. They can get up close to more than 1,500 creatures including sharks, sea turtles and otters. Find out more.

The Edinburgh Dungeon

This thrilling attraction is bound to excite your own little monsters! You’ll see, hear, feel and (ahem) smell the chillingly amusing characters of the capital’s ‘bad old days’ as they come to life before you. Find out more.

Children playing at Aberdeen Science CentreAberdeen Science Centre

Do you have a budding scientist at home? Then this attraction is one you won’t want to miss! Workshops and exhibitions ranging from dinosaurs to robots will entertain and inspire the whole family. Find out more.

Discovery Point & RRS Discovery

Head to Dundee to visit Captain Scott's ship Discovery and find out how he and his crew survived being trapped in the Antarctic ice. for over two years. This tour is sure to fascinate any wee ones with a love of boats! Find out more.

Visitors at the Scottish Seabird CentreScottish Seabird Centre

The school holidays aren’t complete without a trip to the beach. Visit the seaside town of North Berwick where the Scottish Seabird Centre and its interactive live cameras will amaze your kids as they experience wildlife in its natural habitat. Find out more.

The Hampden Experience and Scottish Football Museum

The Hampden Experience is an ideal day out for families with young football fans eager to gain knowledge of Scottish football. The museum is home to the world’s most impressive national collection of football related objects, memorabilia and ephemera. Find out more.

To find out more about our Kids Go Free ticket and to see what other attractions are available, click here.

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