Nottingham Students – What to do in April

It’s easy to forget your student union at university but they are always working hard to bring you the best deals available. In Nottingham, the Nottingham Trent Student Union has provided a cracking line up for this month. Here is a roundup of what you could be doing instead of watching bad telly:

Harry Potter Studio Tour

Harry Potter Studio Tour – 14th April

You’ve all read the books, or at least seen the film. Now is your chance to take a peek behind the cameras and immerse yourself in the magic of the world famous films. You’ll see the sets, the costumes and the props that Daniel Radcliffe and co. used to bring JK Rowling’s captivating series to life. Highlights include: the Great Hall, Dumbledore’s office and Diagon Alley. The trip includes return transportation to London and entry to the tour.

Tickets: £38

Meet at 1pm.

York Minster

York & York Dungeon – 21st April

This city is famous for being picturesque and you can visit it for a day of sightseeing and a bit of a history lesson. The dungeon tour is 70 minutes long and covers 2000 years of York’s gruesome past. The theatrical presentation helps bring it to life and involves all of your senses – you’ll find it equally horrifying and hilarious. The infamous Guy Fawkes and Dick Turpin make appearances on the tour to complete the immersive experience. If above ground is your thing, the price includes a CitySightseeing red bus tour, with unlimited use of the transport service – go explore the museums and uncover history at your own pace.

Tickets: £27

Meet at 8am

Thorpe Park

Thorpe Park – 27th April

Remember that episode of The Inbetweeners? Hopefully, your experience will be less cringe-worthy than Simon, Jay, Will and Neil’s. You’ll have return travel on a comfy coach instead of a yellow Fiat Cienquento for a start. A day for fun-loving thrill seekers, experience the 10th most visited theme park in Europe for a bargain price. Ride highlights include: Nemesis Inferno, SAW Alive and Tidal Wave.

Tickets: £45

Meet at 7am

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The University of Nottingham hasn’t forgotten you either – here’s the highlight of the month from them.

Bungee Jumping

Bungee Jumping – 21st April

Ever wanted to jump of a 160ft bridge? Yeah? Thought so. If roller coasters are too tame for your liking, then this trip to Middlesbrough will be just your thing. It’s the highest jump spot in the UK and is guaranteed to put a smile on your face however far behind you are with your essays. Don’t worry though – you’ll be perfectly safe in the hands of qualified instructors and any pre-jump nerves will soon be overcome with pure elation.

Tickets: £75

Meet at noon

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