Save a Jurassic packet at Dino Falls Adventure Golf this May

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One of Manchester’s favourite adventure golf attractions, Dino Falls Adventure Golf will be offering HUGE savings for families during the school holidays in May.

The TraffordCity-based Jurassic mini golf course will bring back its popular ‘Kids Go Free’ offer will be available from 20th May to 31st May, Monday to Friday before 10am. Excluding weekends and bank holidays, the deal means a saving of £6 per child visiting with a paying adult.

Pete Styles, director of golf, at Trafford Golf Centre and Dino Falls, said: “At Dino Falls, we encourage families to get out and about, experience new things and learn new skills. Our ‘Kids Go Free’ deal means families can visit for less during the school holidays which can often be an expensive time for parents and carers who are looking to keep children busy during time away from school. 

“As always with our offers, we advise families to arrive early as there may be a queue before heading out on to the course.”

A firm favourite with kids, big kids, mates and dates, the Jurassic-themed attraction features gigantic moving (and roaring!) dinosaurs, including a Tyrannosaurus Rex, set around a winding river and huge cascading waterfall, along with a ‘Selfie-osaurus’ for capturing memorable moments.

Dino Falls Adventure Golf has also teamed up with PlayFactore to offer the ultimate trip for schools and groups. Throughout 2019, groups of 15 or more can visit both venues for just £15 per child, including lunch. For more information, visit: www.traffordcity.co.uk/offers/dinofallsplayfactoregroups

Trafford Golf Centre and Dino Falls Adventure Golf, located next to the M60, offers a ‘We proudly serve Starbucks Café and Bar’, 53 bay golf range, nine PGA professionals teaching from the Academy and the largest American Golf retail store in the North.

For more information on Dino Falls, visit: www.dinofalls.co.uk.

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Andrew Fairley