Next week from 17 June, police emergency service workers can receive free entry at Legoland Discovery Centre Birmingham, as the attraction runs its Lego City: Report for Duty event.

Police employees can redeem the offer for complimentary entry by simply presenting their staff pass at the Legoland Discovery Centre admissions desk.

‘We really wanted to give something back to police in the community, so are delighted to be running this special offer for them in June,’ explains General Manager, Amy Langham.

‘It’s a nice opportunity for us to highlight the great work that West Midlands Police do for us here in Birmingham, and we look forward to welcoming many of them over the coming weeks.’

Entry includes access to all the attractions including LEGO Build & Test zones, DUPLO, LEGO Friends, LEGO City Soft Play, the Kingdom Quest laser ride, Merlin’s Apprentice bike ride and a Master Model Builder Creative Workshop. Not forgetting the 4D Cinema and the opportunity to see Birmingham and the West Midlands made out of LEGO in the attraction’s MINILAND, as well as an exclusive Meet & Greet opportunity with a LEGO policeman.

The ‘police go free’ offer will be running until 30 June.

Full terms and conditions apply, for further information please visit birmingham.legolanddiscoverycentre.co.uk /police-go-free/