Birmingham sometimes gets a bad rap from the outside world, but as proud Brummies we know that our great city has so much to offer. And the best of it is, many famous Birmingham attractions offer discounts to carers with a Passport to Leisure card. Discounts can vary, are subject to availability and are at the organisation’s discretion. Click here to find out more.
Some of our favourite attractions also offer discounted or free entry to carers attending with the person they care for, including Birmingham Museums, Sea Life Birmingham, Lego Land Discovery Centre, Cadbury World and the Black Country Living Museum.
If you’re looking to explore further afield, English Heritage, The National Trust and Merlin Entertainments (annual pass) also free entry for carers attending with their guests. You can find out more here.
Finally, did you know that under the Equalities Act, if you are an ‘essential’ carer, meaning the person you care for can’t go without you, you should be entitled to free entrance, regardless of whether your loved-one gets free or discounted entry, or pays full price? You can read more about this here