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Dads Go Free For Father's Day At Howletts!

Posted by Amanda McCabe on 11-Jun-2018 09:26:05

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Howletts Wild Animal Park, near Canterbury, have announced that they are bringing back their popular ‘Dads Go Free’ offer on Sunday 17th June 2018.

Visitors to the award winning attraction will not only be able to explore the 100 acre park to spot incredible animals, but can also walk through the new Animals of the Ice Age exhibit, featuring life sized creatures from a forgotten time, including the mighty mammoth, giant sloth and fearsome sabre toothed cats.

Steve Green, Commercial Director said: ‘Our visitors can treat their dads to a wonderful family day out this Father’s Day at Howletts. Dads and their families can get face to face with ice age creatures as they explore Animals of the Ice Age, see the largest herd of African elephants in the UK, spot our new arrivals including our adorable baby gorilla, walk with lemurs and try out their skills on our exciting Treetop and Animal Adventure Challenges too.’

The ‘Dads Go Free’ offer is available on Sunday 17th June only.  One dad will be admitted free, per fully priced day entry ticket, purchased at the Howletts Gatehouse, for an adult or child. Terms and Conditions apply.

T&C’s

ONE dad will be admitted FREE with one full price paying ticket (adult or child)

  • Dad’s Go Free – FREE entry for dad to Howletts Wild Animal Park with any full paying adult or child day ticket
  • Offer available only on Father’s Day, Sunday 17th June 2018
  • Offer applies to day entry tickets only
  • Offer not to be combined with any other discount or offer (including but not limited to Tesco Clubcard vouchers and online discount).
  • Offer only available for tickets purchased in park
  • Additional charges apply for Treetop Challenge and Animal Adventure Challenge.
  • If you’re lucky enough to have 2 dads, you’ll need to decide which one gets in for free as the offer is for one dad per full paying adult or child day ticket!

Topics: Family, Day out, Wildlife, Howletts, Ice Age