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Sky Tower & SKYCITY Cinemas Holiday Entertainment

Sky Tower And SKYCITY Cinemas Thrilling Holiday Entertainment

Head to the Sky Tower and SKYCITY Cinemas these holidays for a thrilling family entertainment deal.

The Sky Tower and SKYCITY Cinemas Family Christmas package is your pass to loads of fun activities for the whole family. The package offers unbeatable value for money and includes lunch at SKYCITY’s Fortuna Buffet restaurant or Orbit revolving restaurant, car parking at SKYCITY Auckland, admission to Sky Tower’s main observation deck, and a family pass to SKYCITY Cinemas Queen Street.

Just some of the other great entertainment at SKYCITY includes Santa’s grotto in Sky Lounge on level 51 of the Sky Tower. Kids can get a free photo with jolly Santa from 10.00am to 4.00pm daily, and parents can relax with a flat white and enjoy the 360-degree view of the city.

Santa will be visiting the Sky Tower until December 24, and admission prices to Santa’s Grotto are just $15 for adults and $5 for children (under 14 years), normally $25 for adults and $8 for children.

And, in December the Sky Tower is dedicating its Christmas lights to Kidz First as the Tower lights up red and green.

SKYCITY Auckland General Manager, David Christian, said: “This is a unique entertainment package and great news for families looking for an affordable action packed day out. There’s always something happening at SKYCITY and this fantastic deal is your all access pass to some thrills and entertainment.”

Two minutes walk from SKYCITY Auckland, SKYCITY Cinema’s Queen Street is home to the best entertainment Hollywood has to offer with its line-up of Christmas blockbuster movies. There’s something for everyone, from National Treasure 2, the highly anticipated sequel to the popular film starring Nicholas Cage, to The Golden Compass, based on the Carnegie Medal-winning novel by Phillip Pullman, starring Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig.

The holiday line up includes Bee Movie, Mr Magoriums Wonder Emporium, Alvin & the Chipmunks and The Water Horse. And, at SKYCITY Cinema’s giant IMAX theatre is the larger than life smash hit Beowulf in 3D, and opening on January 3 in IMAX 2D, I Am Legend, starring Will Smith.

Tower and Cinema packages are available until March 15, 2008, and start at just $89 For full details and entertainment listings, visit www.skycityauckland.co.nz or phone 09 363 6000. For movie times and information, visit wwwskycitycinemas.co.nz or phone 09 302 0002.

Packages are available for purchase from the Sky Tower Gift Shop and SKYCITY Cinema’s Queen Street only.

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