Although we love to stay in with a good book, we also enjoy getting out and about at some of the fantastic exhibitions, museums, galleries and literary experiences around the country. If you do too, take advantage of our ticket and booking offers available - exclusively to Waterstones Cardholders.
We update these regularly, so keep checking back to see where you could be heading next.
Enjoy two tickets for the price of one to see Constable: The Making of a Master, at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
King's Theatre, Edinburgh
Enjoy the Scottish literary season at the King's Theatre, Edinburgh with 20% off tickets for weeknight performances.
Ming: 50 years that changed China
Save 25% off full priced adult tickets to the BP exhibition Ming: 50 years that changed China at the British Museum.
Horst: Photographer of Style
Claim two tickets for the price of one to see Horst: Photographer of Style, at the Victoria and Albert Museum until 4th January 2015.
Ships, Clocks and Stars
Enjoy 2for1 entry to Ships, Clocks and Stars: the Quest for Longitude at the National Maritime Museum and claim a 10% discount at The Brasserie @ the National Maritime Museum.
Horrible Histories®: Spies
Celebrate the re-opening of IWM London, with 2for1 entry on adult tickets to the major family exhibition Horrible Histories: Spies until 21st December 2014.
Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album
Save 20% on adult tickets to the Royal Academy of Arts' latest major exhibition on the photography of renowned actor Dennis Hopper - until 19th October 2014.
Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision
Enjoy Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision at the National Portrait Gallery with two full price adult tickets for the price of one.
Ancient lives, new discoveries
Save 25% on full-price adult tickets to Ancient lives, new discoveries at the British Museum.
Bath festival discount
We're offering Waterstones Cardholders exclusive half price membership for The Independent Bath Literature Festival 2015.
Natural History Museum
Claim two weekday adult tickets for the price of one at the Natural History Museum's latest exhibition Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story.
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