Regular readers of this blog will know that as a family we love our days out.
Living in Edinburgh, we have plenty of opportunities to visit sites and attractions and passing exhibitions. Our kids love nothing more than a great family day out.
Of all of the things to do in Edinburgh, one such activity that we love to indulge in (with the older child) is a visit to The Edinburgh Dungeons. Being naturally drawn to all things spooky, given that my own birthday is the day before Halloween, we have loved the new additions for 2011.
Come and see Sawny Bean, the flesh-eating cannibal or come face-to-face with the dreaded duo, Burke and Hare. If you are thinking of coming to Edinburgh during the Festive period or have never visited the Dungeons, then why not enter Oh Mammy's competition?
Delve into Scotland's most horrible history during your visit to the Edinburgh Dungeons. Experience 500 years of our dark past, including 11 actors show and 2 rides in 1 unique show. Details of the full blood-curdling experience can be found here.
The fantastic prize is a Family Ticket (up to 2 adults and 2 children) to The Edinburgh Dungeons*. This ticket is also valid for The Blackpool Tower and also for the London Dungeons. There are a number of money-saving deals running just now and are well worth checking out.
All you need to do to enter is to sign up for blog updates via email. Enter your email address in the box to the right of this post. The winners will be picked at random, two weeks from today on the 7th of December. Winners will be notified by email after midnight that day.
If you really, really want these tickets then you can gain extra entries by commenting on this post or any blog post that you read here between today and the closing date. Every reasonable comment counts as an extra entry! (writing poo on a post doesn't count, as my eldest suggested!).
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*Tickets are valid until the 31st of March 2012. Not recommended for younger children.