WIN: Family Passes to Maritime Museum’s Voyage to the Deep

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It is now school holidays and you have kids constantly asking you, “What are we doing today mummy and daddy?” and of course, “Where are we going?” If you are like me, you plan outings, and adventures. However nothing beats going somewhere special and nothing beats getting a free pass to do it!

I have the solution for you. A day out for the family. Yes a trip that adults and children will enjoy and have a brilliant time. What is it you ask?

Two lucky readers have the chance to win a family pass to The Maritime Museum’s new exhibition, Voyage to the deep: Underwater Adventures

2 Family Passes to Win! Take the family to the Maritime Museum's Voyage to the Deep Exhibition

2 Family Passes to Win! Take the family to the Maritime Museum’s Voyage to the Deep Exhibition

What is the Voyage to the deep all about?

  • The exhibition is based on French author Jules Verne’s classic 20,000 Leagues Under the Seas. The exhibition brings to life the adventures of Captain Nemo.
  • Kids can climb aboard Nautilus Captain Nemo’s fantastical submarine, while onboard you can play with the controls, try out the bunk beds, peer through a periscope, and investigate Captain Nemo’s Cabinet of Curiosities that is full of amazing marine specimens.
  • You can try on a dive suit and see what it is like under the sea and the waves, while you are underwater stop into the Octupus’ garden for a rest and a chat with the giant clam and squid.
  • Be careful in the kelp forest as you might get lost in the maze of seaweed. If you survive the maze of kelp, you might like to try your luck in finding treasure in the wreck of a Spanish galleon and that is not all! You can also explore the lost world of Atlantis.

There is plenty of family fun at the exhibition and will definitely keep everyone entertained. The Maritime Museum gives you real facts about the oceans, habitats and sea creatures. A fun exhibition that also gets kids learning and interested in science, nature and the world is a great.

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Summer Holiday Activities at the Maritime Museum

  • While you are at the Maritime Museum don’t miss out on the other activities during the school holidays.
  • There are workshops, craft, film making, theatre performances, art making, dress ups, and face painting.
  • Before you go, check out what activities are on. You don’t want to miss out while you are there!
  • Don’t miss the fun new family theatre show from the award-winning Money Baa Theatre Company – Captain Nemo’s Nautilus. The 45-minute shows will run twice daily from 4 January to 25 January (excl. Saturdays) in the museum’s theatre and is included with entry to Voyage to the Deep.

 

2 readers have the opportunity to win a family pass,

which is valued at $70.

 

 

 

What do you have to do to win?

Fill in the Rafflecopter form, sign up to the blog and leave a comment on this blog post. No comment no entry! So make sure you leave a comment.

Tell me why your little explorer/adventurer would love this day out at The Maritime Museum’s Voyage to the Deep Exhibition?  Do they love submarines? Or the water? Are your kids more interested in sea creatures? Let us know. Most creative answer will win!

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This could be your pass to holiday fun! Win a family pass to the Maritime Museum's exhibition Voyage to the Deep

This could be your pass to holiday fun! Win a family pass to the Maritime Museum’s exhibition Voyage to the Deep

Thanks so much to the Maritime Museum for giving me two family passes to giveaway and also for my passes to visit the exhibition as well. The family and I are planning our trip in early January and cannot wait. It looks amazing!  I will write about our experience at the exhibition in January and cannot wait to share our adventure!

When does the giveaway end?

Midnight 3rd January 2015. So you have plenty of time to enter.

Who can enter?

Australian residents only. Since the Maritime Museum is in Sydney if you are elsewhere it might be hard to visit. However the exhibit is open until April and the family passes are valid till 27th of April 2015. So if you are planning a trip to NSW, or Sydney then this might come in handy.

Good luck everyone and cannot wait to read all the creative entries.

If you wish to visit the Maritime Museum below is some helpful information about tickets and dates:

Voyage to the Deep opens to the public on 10 December 2014. Entry is included in the museum’s Big Ticket $27 adults, $16 child/concession or $70 families (2 adults + 3 children).

Voyage to the Deep has been developed by the Australian National Maritime Museum and will remain on show until April 2015. For full details about the exhibition and the associated school holiday activities, visit anmm.gov.au/summer or call 02 9298 3777.

 

16 Responses
  • karina l
    December 20, 2014

    My godson loves all things Maritime, especially after we came back from Hawaii!

  • Ying Ying TAN
    December 20, 2014

    My daughter learnt so much about the marine life this year at Kindy, this trip would really enhance her experience in learning about the deep sea adventures.

  • Tamara
    December 20, 2014

    Would love to win, Christmas has left me broke it would be amazing to have a family day out that won’t hurt my already depleted budget. I loved going to do city with my mum as a kid would be great to have an adventure.

  • Ash
    December 21, 2014

    My little one would love pretending to be Captain Nemo. So educational too. A great day out for the whole family.

  • Amanda Gorham
    December 21, 2014

    My little girls (almost twins, 14 months apart!) Love adventures and love the Octonauts so this would be right up their alley xx

  • Tammy V
    December 22, 2014

    My girls will love going here, asking their dad lots of questions. I love how they think he is an expert on just about anything!

  • Rebecca Baker
    December 23, 2014

    My son Zack,
    Loves the water and everything about it.
    Boats, Fish, Exploring, Swimming but most of all learning!
    And what a great place for him to learn more at!

  • Kristina S
    December 24, 2014

    My youngest loves the Octonauts, which I love, it’s great seeing kids learning about aquatic life and exploring a world they often dont see

  • Angie
    December 28, 2014

    I would love to take my daughter to this fantastic experience! They Iove the water and all the creatures that comes with it! It would be a fantastic day out!!

  • Cecilia Warrick
    December 30, 2014

    My son is fascinated by submarines, this would be a fantastic outing for the school holidays!

  • Crystal
    January 1, 2015

    they would love to see the big ships and explore everything the museum is offering

  • Laura Scriven
    January 2, 2015

    He loves the water and fish,
    Being entertained would be bliss!
    School hols are long,
    So a trip out wouldn’t be wrong!

  • Belinda Moxey
    January 2, 2015

    My daughter is fascinated with all things aquatic, she can splash in the water for ages just loving the way it splashes everywhere but most of all she loves fish, she runs around opening and closing her mouth like she’s a little fish while pointing at them all and showing them to everyone who’s around

  • Angela Meehan
    January 2, 2015

    With 2 older brothers my twin girls love, pirates, dragons and talks about the high seas,

  • Maree D
    January 3, 2015

    My boy is boat and water mad. He’d love nothing more than to be able to check out HMAS Onslow.

  • Mikaela C
    January 3, 2015

    Talking about ships every second he gets,
    my little explorer would love this!
    A bit of holiday fun
    at the Maritime museum you can’t go wrong!

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