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MERLIN ANNUAL PASS

Merlin Attractions in the UK

The Merlin Annual Pass is a year of fun (well… duh) at 31 top attractions across the UK.

  • The Alton Towers Resort
  • Chessington World of Adventures Resort
  • The London Eye
  • LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Manchester
  • LEGOLAND® Windsor
  • Madame Tussauds
    (inc. London & Blackpool)
  • SEA LIFE London Aquarium
  • SEA LIFE Centres & Sanctuaries
    (inc. Birmingham, Blackpool, Bray, Brighton, Great Yarmouth, Loch Lomond, London, Scarborough, Weymouth, Manchester Gweek, Hunstanton & Oban)
  • The Blackpool Tower (inc. Tower Eye, Ballroom, Circus & Jungle Jims)
  • The Dungeons (inc. Blackpool, Edinburgh, London, York)
  • THORPE PARK
  • Warwick Castle
  • Weymouth SEA LIFE Tower

We wouldn't be the UK's Biggest Attraction provider without adding something special, so we've included great Perks and Events for Passholders to enjoy. Perks include discounts in many attraction restaurants and shops, ride photography offers and deals on short breaks. Plus our partners also offer exclusive Passholder discounts for when you're out and about.

  • Up to 20% off dining & shopping
  • Discounted stays at our resort hotels
  • Great discounts with specially selected partners

 

Standard Annual Pass
Pass typePrice
Individual (guest of any age)
Family of 3, 4 or 5 (max 3 people aged 12 yrs and over)

The Standard Merlin Annual Pass includes some restrictions.
Family passes can include no more than 3 passholders aged 12 or over.

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Premium Annual Pass
Pass typePrice
Individual (guest of any age)
Family of 3, 4 or 5

The Premium Pass has no restrictions, and includes free parking.
Family passes can include no more than 3 passholders aged 12 or over.

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Full Merlin Annual Pass terms and conditions apply, see visit the Merlin Annual Pass website for details.

Merlin Annual Pass holder information for the London Dungeon:

If you choose to turn up without a prebooked Show Time booking you can simply visit the Box Office located within The London Dungeon.  However, as we are a popular attraction, we recommend arriving as early in the day as possible to secure your preferred Show Time  and avoid disappointment. If, in the event that we are unable to book you into your preferred Show Time on that day, we will book you into a Show Time on another day of your choice.

Once you have been issued with a specific Show Time, you can return to the attraction at your allocated Show Time and go straight into the Show Entrance with both your Merlin Annual Pass and your Show Time ticket.

Both Standard and Premium Merlin Annual Pass holders are able to book into a Show Time online by clicking here.   Premium Merlin Annual Pass holders will be guaranteed entry on the day of their visit.

Please note, this is available to Merlin Annual Pass holders only. Friends and family of Merlin Annual Pass holders must book with the Merlin Contact Centre on 0871 423 2240.

Standard Passes are not valid  on the following dates:

3rd & 6th April, 4th & 25th May, The month of August, 29th - 31st October inclusive, 25th, 26th & 28th December 2015. Together with any further Bank Holidays added through the course of the year.

 

 

Not what you wanted? Try one of these:

“Went to the dungeons today for one reason which was to overcome my fear of the dark. To be honest not only am I no longer scared but I'm also considering coming again with my dad and brother.

So to start off with I would say the quality of the acting from each of the actors just made you feel like you were there in the time period and no longer in 20th century Britain. Some areas made me jump especially Sweeny Todd and jack the ripper. I will be doing the rides I think next time if I feel brave enough to do so (not a big fan of dark rides).

I would recommend the dungeons to people that have watched or like CBBC's Horrible Histories especially with certain elements. I was named a fellow torturer in the torture chamber as I knew what the tools were used for. The cockroach part was odd and strange to me.

To sum it up in 2 words
Absolutely Fantastic

A once in a lifetime opportunity and a great way to prepare for doing theme park fright nights which I will be doing in the not too distant future as I was able to get through this OK. I tried not to be too clever as some of the answers and interactive elements were just wow.

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