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    • kitty1941
    • By kitty1941 7th Oct 16, 8:53 PM
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    Day Trip to London
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    Day Trip to London 7th Oct 16 at 8:53 PM
    Looking at taking a group of youngsters(aged between 10 and 13)to London for a day on a Saturday. Will be travelling from Lincolnshire and will be coming in a mini-bus. Where would be the best place to park for getting into and around London. Also what tickets will we need to buy?
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    • susancs
    • By susancs 11th Oct 16, 3:08 PM
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    • 11th Oct 16, 3:08 PM
    There is a group off peak travelcard for a group of 10 or more people (adults and children) which gives unlimited travel on London transport The cost would be £8 and adult and £4 per child. Children aged 10 and under travel free, so it would be the 11-13 year olds you would pay for.

    You might find it easiest to park at a tube station otiside of the centre near the M11 if coming from Lincoln. Maybe somewhere like Newbury Park as it is £2 for Saturday parking and has a large car park. I am not sure about minibus parking so you may need to check. If you were going somewhere like Winter Wonderland at Hyde Park there is a direct line to Marble Arch from Newbury Park.
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