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National Lottery Open Week is back and takes place from Saturday 9th – Sunday 17th March 2024!

To say thank you for the £30 million raised for Good Causes every week by players, National Lottery funded venues are offering free entry, discounts and special offers throughout National Lottery Open Week.

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With hundreds of venues to choose from across the UK, there are plenty of free and low-cost days out to look forward to, including the chance to:

• Delve into the past at historical houses, castles and museums

• Embrace nature in all its glory at lots of wonderful wildlife hotspots

• Relive iconic moments at famous sports venues

• Enjoy a culture fix at art galleries and theatres across the UK

You can use your National Lottery ticket or scratchcard to visit one of hundreds of National Trust or National Trust for Scotland properties for free.

For the history enthusiasts, there’s free child entry to the Tower of London, as well as free entry to selected English Heritage properties including Dover Castle.

Or step aboard the Imperial War Museums HMS Belfast for a family day out.

Take a tour at Wembley Stadium, get back to nature with the RSPB, explore the luscious surroundings of the Eden Project, step into the past at the Black Country Living Museum or see behind the scenes at the Royal Shakespeare Company.

There’s something to excite everyone, whatever your interest, so why not try something new? Search the offers to plan a special day out this National Lottery Open Week.

Use any retail or online National Lottery ticket, Scratchcard or Instant Win Games, for special offers at selected attractions between 9 and 17 March 2024. Players must be 18+ Full T&Cs apply.

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Say #ThanksToYou to National Lottery players for their support in making the work you do possible this National Lottery Open Week.