Nottingham Castle is thrilled to be taking part in the brand-new National Lottery Days Out campaign, which will enable lottery players to redeem a £25 voucher on admission this autumn.
The campaign is run by VisitBritain, the national tourism agency. National Lottery players who purchase a Lotto ticket from this October will be able to redeem a £25 voucher against entry tickets to hundreds of tourist attractions and experiences across the UK, including Nottingham Castle. The voucher code can be redeemed through the VisitBritain Shop here.
Read on to find out more about how you can get involved and have a great day out, all whilst supporting the future of Nottingham Castle.
What could I use the voucher for?
£25 goes a heck of a long way at Nottingham Castle! With general admission tickets costing just £13, there’s no reason you couldn’t enjoy the whole Castle experience, complete with Cave tour and access to the immersive Robin Hood Adventures. Or, you could explore the Castle with a friend for just a quid!
About the National Lottery Days Out Campaign
By playing The National Lottery, £30 million is raised for good causes every week. In fact, National Lottery players have supported 94 of the top 100 most visited tourist attractions in the UK* – from castles to wildlife parks, botanical gardens to museums and plenty of other fun stuff in between. So whether you want to explore nature, step back in time or enjoy the thrills of the seaside, there’s an attraction near you supported by National Lottery funding. The National Lottery Days Out campaign offers up to £25 off entry vouchers to hundreds of tourist attractions and venues across the UK – some of which have been supported by National Lottery funding. Delivered in partnership with VisitBritain, National Lottery players with a Lotto ticket bought after 1 October 2021 will be able to redeem their voucher for a fun day out at NationalLotteryDaysOut.com
How Heritage Lottery Funding helped revitalise Nottingham Castle
The Nottingham Castle redevelopment won Heritage Lottery Fund backing in 2014. The £12.9 million earmarked funding from the HLF included a development grant of £600,000 to take forward the plans to redevelop Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery as a major heritage attraction offering fun and excitement for all the family and becoming a nationally significant centre for learning about protest and rebellion.