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Legoland

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One of the southeast’s busiest family attractions – a leafy, 150-acre hilltop theme park devoted to the endlessly versatile Danish bricks. It’s pricey, but there’s a huge range of rides, live stunt shows, and building workshops, from Skytrain to water chutes, roller coasters to a toddlers’ driving school. A dozen cafés and food stalls provide junior rocket fuel. Any child (and most grown-ups) will love it. Packed in high summer, when queues snake back to the M4.

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Everything is AWESOME! ★★★★★

Legoland was awesome! The kids loved it, we loved it! Yes, it can expensive, but we did our research and got a fantastic hotel and 2 day park ticket deal. Buy online before you go! We brought a picnic for lunch and snacks to keep us going throughout the day. We went the 1st week of the Scottish school holidays so the park was relatively quiet and queuing for maximum of 15 minutes for rides. I’ve been told horror stories of queuing for up to 2 hours per ride during busier times! The rides were fantastic! We headed straight for ‘The Dragon’ roller coaster at the far end of the park then worked our way back to avoid the queues too. The Log Flume and the Viking River Splash are very refreshing on a hot day – but I would recommend bringing waterproofs if you don’t like getting wet! You can buy ponchos there but again – they are expensive. My personal favourite was the Atlantis Submarine Voyage. We climbed into a mini submarine and went underwater. I was pleasantly surprised to see beautiful tropical fish, with the odd lego man diver of course, and even a shark! A fantastic day out with the family – something to keep everyone happy!

Legoland reviewed by on August 27th, 2015

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How much?

Day pass £38 for adults, £29 for kids; under 3s free. 10% discount for online pre-booking. £5 discount if you buy tickets from the Royal Windsor Information Centre.

When?

Open March to November, with a few midweek closures. Times vary – check website for details.

How do I get there?

Winkfield Road Windsor SL4 4AY
Windsor, Berkshire
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Facilities

  • Café
  • Events & Activities
  • Gift Shop
  • Group Bookings
  • Rides & Attractions
  • Wheelchair Access

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