Some children’s Christmas presents can be a double edged sword. The battery-powered gadget that delights on Christmas Day can be a disappointment when the batteries die on Boxing Day.
Today’s Big Deal with M&D’s, Scotland’s Theme Park, is for a stocking filler whose batteries never run out.
The Big Deal is for 1 ticket to the most popular attractions at Scotland’s Theme Park in Strathclyde Country Park, Motherwell. Valid until the 21st October 2012, the Big Deal means that you can enjoy a day out on the park’s rollercoasters and kids rides, plus days out to 3 other attractions.
From white-knuckle, scream if you want to go faster thrills such as the Tornado rollercoaster to the more gentle children’s rides such as the Flying Jumbos, there are dozens of rides for the daring and you can go on them as often as you want on the day of your visit.
From white-knuckle, scream-if-you-want-to-go-faster thrills such as the Tornado rollercoaster to more gentle children’s rides such as the Flying Jumbos, there are dozens of rides for the daring and you can go on them as often as you want.
The deal includes 1 pass to Amazonia. Scotland’s only indoor tropical rainforest comes complete with real live parrots, toucans, monkeys, snakes, bats, tarantulas, Caiman crocodiles and giant millipedes.It’s fun; it’s colourful and, don’t tell the kids, it’s even educational. What’s more, the temperature inside Amazonia is a steady 27 Celsius; a reading which was last recorded in Scotland in about, oh let’s see, perhaps the mid-17th century?
Devil’s Island Golf Course
As well as the passes to Amazonia, this Big Deal also entitles you to play the fiendishly tricky Devil’s Island Golf Course.
Eighteen holes of pirate-themed adventure golf so tricky that even Cap’n Jack Sparrow would think twice, the Devil’s Island will have would-be Tiger Woods playing over water, through sunken bridges, into caves and even through the Pirate’s Galleon.
If you fancy yourself as a bit of Kingpin then today’s Big Deal also means you can try your hand at the Cosmic Bowling, Scotland’s first glow in the dark bowling alley.