With a Lotto ticket purchased today, you can get a £25 voucher* for one of the UK’s top attractions.
You can get a £25 voucher* when you buy a Lotto ticket on or after October 1, 2021, and use it to reserve any of the hundreds of activities. Exploring new areas, whether you’re eight or eighty, brings out the adventurer in all of us. And we’re spoiled for choice in the UK, with hundreds of wonderful attractions to pique our interest.
Zip World, Thorpe Park, and Legoland all provide adrenaline-pumping rides for thrill seekers of all ages (all of which are running Halloween-themed events during October). Autumn’s beautiful exhibition of colors can be enjoyed at places like as Kew Gardens, Cardiff Castle, or the recently opened RHS Garden Bridgewater — a huge horticultural project near Salford – for those who prefer a more peaceful experience.
History buffs will enjoy a visit to Whitby Abbey, Warwick Castle, or Stirling Castle, while animal enthusiasts may meet Ruby the red panda, who was born in July at Edinburgh Zoo, or three cute tiger kittens at Highland Wildlife Park.
Also, if you buy a Lotto ticket on or after October 1, 2021, you’ll get a £25 voucher* that you can use to reserve any of the hundreds of activities.
You’ll not only save money on your day excursion, but you’ll also have the satisfaction of knowing that you’ve contributed to the funding of many of the tourist and heritage attractions that make the UK so special. Every week, you can help raise £30 million for good charities by playing the National Lottery.
National Lottery players have helped to fund 94 of the UK’s top 100 most visited tourist attractions**, ranging from castles to animal parks, botanical gardens to museums, and a whole lot more.
Every journey begins with a single finger on a map. So, where do you think yours will end up? In the breathtaking environment of the Cairngorms National Park, get up up and personal with some endangered animals from the world’s mountains and tundra. You’ll see bison, elk, and red deer from the luxury of your automobile, then walk inside the park to see polar bears and tigers (including three six-month-old cubs). The capercaillie, European grey wolf, wolverine, lynx, Scottish wildcat, and beavers are among the natural (and previously native) creatures found here.
It has a long history extending back to Roman times, a Norman Conquest keep, a magnificent moat, and wonderful views of the city that sits immediately beyond it. Cardiff Castle is a sight to behold. “Brinkwire News Summary.”