It’s November and that means just a few more weeks till the holiday season begins, and you can start opening those advent calendars and munching on mince pies day and night! In the meantime, if you find yourself looking for a day out with the kids or just a good old family day out we’ve put together some ideas for you guys to take advantage of this month.
As always, all the attractions listed below have 20% off entry with one of our vouchers, that’s 20% off for up to 6 people, with no restrictions and no expiration on the voucher!
Star Wars and the Power of Costume (Discovery Times Square, NYC)
If you find yourself in New York City this November, Discovery Times Square are debuting NYC’s opening of the new Star Wars and the Power of Costume exhibit (November 14, 2015).
Featuring over 70 meticulously hand-crafted costumes from the first six films – it’s an exhibit not to be missed, especially if you’re a Star Wars fan. Also on display are seven additional costumes from the eagerly awaited new film in the saga, Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Tower Bridge Exhibition (London, UK)
An attraction that needs no introduction – but we’ll give you one anyway! Often described as the most iconic landmark of London, Tower Bridge has an enthralling exhibition charting the history of the structure from its beginnings to its present day form.
Be sure to take the unique opportunity to watch the bascules being raised along the high walkways from the newly introduced Glass Floor! It’s an experience to remember and a great family day out.
Twickenham World Rugby Museum (London, UK)
This year’s Rugby World Cup has drawn some of the largest crowds for Rugby matches in its entire history. Relive some of the greatest moments of the world cup on a Twickenham Stadium Tour.
It’s great for both Rugby enthusiasts and the uninitiated alike – you’ll learn the history of the sport and how far it has evolved recent years.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard (Portsmouth, UK)
Always a popular attraction with Smartsavers, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard never fails to offer up events across the year and November is no exception. There’s fireworks displays, remembrance day activities and of course, the hugely anticipated Victorian Festival of Christmas which begins at the end of the month.
If that won’t keep the kids entertained, we don’t know what else will!