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Discover 31 worlds of adventure with a unlimited entry Merlin card, on sale for a limited time only

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Limitless family fun

The chances are high that the small people in your life have been pestering you to take them to test the rides at Legoland, to see the waxworks at Madame Tussauds or take a spin on the London Eye. We have discovered a fantastic way to treat the whole family to not just one day out, but an unlimited years' supply.

Did you know... Legoland Windsor was voted Best Family Day Out in the Junior Design Awards 2013

The Merlin Annual Pass gives access to all of it's 31 World's, spread across the UK from the Sea Life Centre in Loch Lomond to the Dungeons in London. The generous annual sale is about to end this Friday 7, during which, single passes are available from just £79 for the year - so head over to the website now to check out the offers. 

We didn't realise just how many of our favourite attractions are owned by Merlin and are therefore included in the Annual Pass. Popular venues included are the Legoland Windsor Resort, Alton Towers, Thorpe Park and Chessington World of Adventures - so that is all the main theme parks covered off in one fell swoop. Not to worry if your child isn't big enough for the roller coaster rides, the Zoo-fari at Chessington World of Adventures should keep them more than happy. Other must-see venues include the medieval Warwick Castle, the Blackpool Tower and the Cornish Seal Sanctuary.

New addition at Merlin attractions for 2014 include:
·         Cbeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

·         Angry Birds Land at Thorpe Park

·         Ice Penguins at Sea Life Birmingham

·         Pirate Shores at Legoland® Windsor Resort

Visit Merlin online for full terms and conditions and to book your pass at the discounted rate; sale ends Friday 7 February, 2014

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