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Skycity solves the ‘what to do?’ holiday dilemma


skycity solves the ‘what to do?’ school holiday dilemma

SKYCITY promises to make entertaining the kids a breeze this holiday with a range of offerings to suit all ages

To keep the littlies happy, Scotty Sky Tower and his ‘high-in-the-sky’ team have prepared a special family package to make the July school holidays extra. Not only will little peepers get to see Auckland in all its splendour; but also from July 7 – 20 Sky Tower is offering:

kids under five free when accompanied by a paying adult.

free parking between 10am and 4pm with every Sky Tower Family Pass purchased (2 adults, 2 children).

free SKYCITY Cinemas '2 for 1' child ticket with every Sky Tower child admission (5-14 years).

six free Storytime Sessions in the Sky Lounge. Sessions start hourly, from 10.30am to 3.30pm daily with Storytime readers Elisabeth Easther and Janine Burchett.

meet Sky Tower mascot ‘Scotty’ and one of his faithful friends.

For thrill-seeking kids from 10 years to 100, Sky Walk’s winter two-for-one special is the perfect way to get the adrenalin pumping. For $115, you and a friend can look down on Auckland and walk around the outside of the Sky Tower, 192 metres above ground.

Movie-goers will be delighted with the special school holiday offer from Fortuna Buffet Restaurant and SKYCITY Cinemas. With every family movie pass purchased between July 7 – 20, cinema-goers will receive a ‘child dines for free’ voucher for Fortuna Buffet Restaurant.

The vouchers allow one child to dine for free at lunchtime in SKYCITY Auckland’s Fortuna Buffet Restaurant with a paying adult. Participating Auckland SKYCITY Cinemas include Albany, Queen Street, Broadway, Highland Park, Manukau, St Lukes and WestCity (Henderson). With great kid-friendly movies like Kung Fu Panda and Speed Racer on offer, there’ll be plenty of opportunites to take advantage of this great offer.

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