SEALIFE | GREAT YARMOUTH | MERLIN PASSES

Nila is now 9 Months Old and Scott and I made the decision that we would wait until
We took her abroad until she was a little bit older - for me , taking her abroad so young brings my anxiety out. I don’t actually know what part of travelling abroad with Nila triggers my anxiety , but I know I just couldn’t do. So we’ve decided we are going to have an amazing 2 weeks abroad next year when there is no sterilising or making bottles to worry about :)




We decided to make the most of the UK this year with the girls and get is all a Merlin annual pass . We are really excited about exploring the UK and trying to visit as many merlin attractions as possible! We are up for a challenge and are super excited.

Knowing you have a year pass all paid for is fantastic!. It was a big chunk out of our budget for the month but now it is all paid for , we don’t have to worry about affording day trips or weekends away as we have the fun all covered :) .


We have been in Great Yarmouth this week visiting my parents , the weather has been terrible but we have made the most of it . Our first Merlin pit stop was today at the Sea life centre . Nila is obsessed with fish! - especially Dory :) , so I knew she would be in her element! .

We brought some fish food and the girls fed the fish. We saw the penguins , which were quite happy to take selfies with Kadiann! . Alessia was a little nervous to hold the crab but they listened to the talk and found out some really cool facts . We walked around twice , saw the sharks , had lunch . Alessia played in the soft play and they chose something from the gift shop.


We have had a lovely day and cant wait for our next Merlin adventure :)

9 comments

  1. Oh we have been thinking about getting a merlin pass but its such a huge pay out for the six of us! I think it's worth it when you add up how much you would spend otherwise!

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    1. A work colleague added up last years trips. With their annual passes they saved £2,000! Madness isn’t it! X

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  2. It is a lot easier to travel once all the paraphernalia of bottles and sterilising has gone!The merlin passes sound so fantastic and you will have a lot of fun with them

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  3. I am the same and didn't want to travel abroad when mine were little. Now my youngest is 3 we are going abroad as I don't have to worry about bottles, nappies or a child sitting on me knee the whole flight. I bet you have lots of fun visiting lots of places in the UK xx

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  4. If we were still in the UK I'd definitely consider a Merlin Pass. We visited SeaLife in London and loved it so know the passes would be handy for days out.

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  5. I hear that having a Merlin Pass is incredible for families with kids, I need to look into one for my nephew

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  6. We are big fans of Sea Life Centres and rely on our MAP to keep the kids entertained all year

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  7. What a lovely year your going to have visiting all the merlin places. We love a amusement park so have fun at those this year!

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  8. My son loved the sea life centre when we went to London a few years ago. We will definitely have to take him back now he is a little older.

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