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Holidays are here!

Great family memories come from spending quality time together. It’s what family summer holidays are all about!

But now the school holidays are upon us, many of us are busy planning how to keep the kids happy and occupied while also keeping the costs down.

At the East Anglia Pass we’re passionate about helping families save money whilst enjoying time together. We also want to do our bit to help get kids outside and away from computers!

That’s why we’ve worked hard to make the East Anglia Pass the best way to save money at over 200 family days out across Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambs, Beds and Herts - from fabulous farms and wildlife attractions to history and heritage sites, nature encounters and action-packed family adventures.

Our 2for1 deals are particularly good value for families – in fact you can make your money back on the pass in just one or two days out at some attractions. Take Old MacDonald’s Farm with its fun-filled rides and cuddly animal encounters. Standard entry is £16 for adults and £15 for children meaning with your East Anglia Pass you’ll save up to £16 on the door every time you visit.

Other fantastic animal attractions on the pass include Colchester Zoo (save up to £5.50), Banham Zoo and Africa Alive! (save up to £14.95), Jimmy’s Farm (save up to £7), Easton Farm Park (save up to £9.25), Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens (save up to £10.50) and Barleylands (save up to £9). There are also deals at RSPB and Essex Wildlife Trust nature reserves around the region, many of which run fabulous programmes of children’s activities throughout the holidays from pond dipping and bat walks to arts & crafts – take a look at the events section on our app.

Alternatively, for Big G thrills make a beeline for Pleasurewood Hills (save up to £22!) where kids can have a blast on the white knuckle coasters or cool off on the water rides. Or soak up some traditional seaside fun at Great Yarmouth where there are nine attractions on the pass, all within walking distance of the beach.

For quieter pleasures there are also heritage sites aplenty from restored world war airfields to historic houses, museums and steam train rides. And if it rains? Choose from over 80 indoor attractions from soft play and pottery making to climbing walls and trampoline parks – your kids will love you for it!

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