Tell us about a UK museum or indoor attraction for the chance to win a £200 holiday prize
12 days ago - By The Guardian
They'll be open again soon, so tell us about your favourite. The best tip wins £200 towards a Sawday's stay After months of closure, museums, galleries and indoor attractions in England, Wales and Northern Ireland are preparing to reopen later this month. We'd love to hear about the attraction you are looking forward to visiting again. Perhaps it's a small, local museum that you're keen to support, a gallery with a new exhibition for this spring/summer, or a family attraction that the kids have been desperate to return to. Tell us about your favourite and why you love it. If you have a...
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