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I’ve been wanting to take Harry to the deep in Hull for a long time but either didn’t have the money or the time. So when a friend suggested going I jumped at the chance to get him out of the house. I didn’t worry about the cost thanks to surveys and other money making schemes I’ve been slowly putting in place.
I saved £1.25 just by booking online instead of paying when I got there, I did it on the day too so I didn’t even have to book days or months before to save that money. It is worth making that extra little bit of effort after all £1.25 each soon adds up for a family. It was £11.25 for an adult ticket online and £12.50 in store. Under 3’s are free so I didn’t have to pay for Harry.
The BEST thing about The Deep is that you pay the once then can go as many times as you like within a year, excluding bank holidays. We plan on going again when the kids go back to school. Hopefully it won’t be as busy and more freedom for Harry to run around.
We found Marilyn! (Nemo’s Dad from Finding Nemo)
And we took on the Jellies 🙂
It was a great day out, Harry was unsure to start with as the first bit is dark and has fossils on the wall but he soon got over the nerves and enjoyed looking at the fishes and the lights on the floor!
I would definitely recommend going and if you want to make a full day of it the marina around there is a lovely walk. They even have Penguins and Sharks and at the end you exit in a lift or stairs with a view, we got a great view of the sharks and a tortoise as we left. I did take a video but don’t want to spoil it. I really enjoyed the day out and so did Harry we will be back within the next month or 2 and I can’t wait!