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My Vintage Valentine

1 February 2012

My Vintage Valentine

Treat that special someone to a vintage Valentine’s night they will never forget in the magical surroundings of MOTAT’s Victorian Village.

MOTAT is hosting ‘My Vintage Valentine’ on Tuesday 14 February where couples can enjoy a romantic picnic platter and dessert amidst the fairy lights, enjoy a double decker tram ride and light-hearted entertainment amongst other magical activities.

MOTAT Marketing Manager, Deanna Wharton says ‘My Vintage Valentine’ will be a unique and unmissable event.

Guests will arrive at MOTAT’s Stadium Road entrance where they will be welcomed with light-hearted entertainment. Picnic blankets set up for two will also await them in the Victorian Village.

Following a scenic ride around the MOTAT grounds via double decker tram or horse and carriage, a live band will serenade picnickers with romantic tunes.

MOTAT has also planned a wet weather alternative so couples can be assured their romantic night will go ahead rain or shine.

So come along this Valentine’s Day and make memories at MOTAT!

Tickets to this wonderful Valentine’s Day event are available for couples over the age of 18 and include a romantic picnic platter, dessert and drinks, live music and light-hearted entertainment, double decker tram and horse and carriage rides.

There are only limited places available for this romantic Valentine’s Day experience, so email or call 09 815 5808 to secure your place.


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