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Get a £25 voucher* for the UK’s best attractions using a Lotto ticket from today

Whether you’re eight or 80, exploring new places brings out the adventurer inside us all.

And in the UK we’re spoiled for choice, with hundreds of incredible attractions to fire the imagination.

Thrill seekers of all ages will find adrenaline-filled rides at Zip World, Thorpe Park and Legoland (all of which are running Halloween-themed events during October).

Those who prefer a more relaxing experience can enjoy autumn’s spectacular show of colours at venues like Kew Gardens, Cardiff Castle or the recently opened RHS Garden Bridgewater – a major horticultural project near Salford.

History fans will adore a trip to the gothic ruins at Whitby Abbey, Warwick or Stirling Castle, while animal lovers can meet Ruby the red panda, born in July at Edinburgh Zoo, or three adorable tiger cubs at Highland Wildlife Park.

Click here to read more about The National Lottery Days Out and redeem your £25 voucher*.

And you can use a Lotto ticket purchased on or after October 1, 2021 to claim a £25 voucher* to redeem when booking any one of hundreds of attractions.

Not only will you enjoy a discounted day trip, you can feel proud that you’ve helped fund many of the tourist and heritage sites that make the UK unique. By playing The National Lottery, you raise £30million for good causes every week.



National Lottery players have supported 94 of the top 100 most visited tourist attractions in the UK**, from castles to wildlife parks, botanical gardens to museums and plenty of other fun stuff.

Every adventure starts with a finger on a map. So where will yours land?

Carlisle Castle: Feel a connection with history



Cumbria’s medieval fortress is over 900 years old and stands on the site of a former Roman fort near Hadrian’s Wall. History lovers will marvel at its resilience: as a border stronghold for the English, it survived numerous raids over the centuries. You’ll get that “in this very spot” feeling as you visit the turret where Elizabeth I kept Mary Queen of Scots captive. Admire the “prisoners” carvings in the castle keep (now thought to be the work of prison guards during tedious shifts), and discover the history of Cumbria’s soldiers at the Museum of Military Life.

Blackpool Tower Circus: Take a ringside seat



The Tower Circus Arena has a long and glittering history, entertaining families since the 19th century. Most beloved are the legendary clowns Mr Boo and Mooky (third-generation clowns and sons of circus director Laci Endresz Sr, who taught Take That to ride unicycles for their Circus tour); they will have children in fits of giggles, interspersed with gasps of awe as they perform terrifying stunts. Marvel at incredible acrobats, stare in disbelief as the centre of the arena transforms into a giant indoor lake, and revel in the audio-visual spectacular. This is a circus experience you’ll never forget.

RHS Garden Bridgewater: Explore all 154 acres!



This lovingly restored garden near Salford opened its gates just last year. It is a massive horticultural project that packs a huge variety into 154 acres, with its walled garden, woodland play area, Chinese streamside garden, a lake and much more.

Click here to read more about the National Lottery Days Out and redeem your £25 voucher*.



*Subject to availability. One voucher per person. 18+ only. See NationalLotteryDaysOut.com for full Ts&Cs.

**Source: the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions, 2018.

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