You can get free entry and discounts at over 500 attractions with a National Lottery ticket next week

Get yourself a National Lottery ticket (Picture: Getty)

Fancy a day out? Well get yourself a lottery ticket, because it doesn’t just come with the chance of winning some money – it could help you save some too.

Next week, over 500 attractions will give you free entry or discounts with a lottery ticket or scratchcard to celebrate the National Lottery’s 25h birthday.

They’re all places that have been helped by National Lottery funding and the idea is to say thank you to all those who play the lottery and help to contribute £30 million to good causes every week.

Offers include free entry to the London Transport Museum, two for one entry to Kensington Palace and a free hot drink at the Science Museum (It’s already free to visit).

The London Transport Museum is in the offer (Picture: Mike Kemp/In Pictures via Getty Images Images)

Outside the capital, the offer includes the Eden Project in Cornwall, Cardiff Castle, Murrayfield Stadium and the Giant’s Causeway on the north coast of Northern Ireland.

You can find all the attractions taking part in your area by entering your postcode online.

All you have to do to use the offer is pick up a ticket for Lotto, Euromillions, Thunderball, Hot Picks, Set for Life, Instant Win Games or a scratchcard and take it along to the attraction.

Take a trip to the Eden Project in Cornwall (Picture: Getty)

You don’t even have to go to a shop to pick one up – you can play online or via the National Lottery app and still use the deal.

And if you have an old ticket in your purse or in a drawer, (after you’ve checked it’s definitely not a winning one you’ve forgotten about) you can use it as the date on the ticket doesn’t matter for the deal.

The offer runs from 23 November until 1 December but some venues are only offering the deal on select days so check online before you visit.

Sounds like everyone is a winner.

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