Legoland Ticket + Hotel Deals
Winkfield Road, Windsor, SL4 4AY.
- Around 53 million LEGO bricks are used in the park!
- Over 55 interactive rides, live shows and attractions
- Great for children aged 2-12
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Legoland is a great break for the entire family. The kids will love the fun rides and rollercoasters and afterwards you can all relax back at your choice of nearby hotel.
The LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort is the ideal destination for families with children aged 2-12, with over 55 interactive rides, live shows and attractions all set over 150 acres of beautiful parkland.
- Soar through the air on the Dragon rollercoaster
- Make a splash in DUPLO Valley
- Discover a world of awesome sea creatures on Atlantis Submarine Voyage
- Earn your very first driving licence in the LEGO City Driving School
What Makes it Super
Legoland is an ideal location for families with children ranging in ages as the fun rides and exhibitions cater for the little ones and slightly older children. And of course no-one ever really is too old to enjoy some LEGO fun.New for 2017: Lego Ninjago World coming to Legoland Windsor in May 2017. The UK’s first ever 4D, hand gesture enabled ride using the thrilling 4D effects of heat, smoke and wind, makes the Lego Ninjago World experience feel as real as possible for aspiring young ninjas.
Stay Date: 03/2017, Tia s wrote this review.
A disappointing birthday celebration. Long queue for everything even the really boring rides that look like they will be quick! But the turnover is so slow that you just constantly wish you didn't bother queuing for that one! Staff need to speed it … See more
A disappointing birthday celebration. Long queue for everything even the really boring rides that look like they will be quick! But the turnover is so slow that you just constantly wish you didn't bother queuing for that one! Staff need to speed it up! It's really not fair for paying customers. The ones with the passes, jumping the queues also just became ridiculous. What is suppose to be a fun day just brought the evilness out of people. The actual crowds/visitors were just rude, selfish people. Perhaps the park just attracts these types of people! Have many examples but not fair to the park review. Perhaps if staff brought the fun factor it would rub off on the miserable visitors!! Argh! Just no need to be that mean to others especially kids! Could not understand it. Actually no point spending that much money to stand around doing nothing in the cold. Did 4 rides proberly and they were really young kids ones! Spent day stressing about which ride was worth the wait! Some shows better than other but for the price you pay for entrance we have had so much more fun at other theme parks. Doubt we will go again. My young children enjoyed it but the excitement was not as high as it has been other places....such a shame the concept has potential but the park itself is slipping standards and needs to keep up with competitors... Collapse
Changed my view of the Lego brand
Stay Date: 03/2017, Monday375 wrote this review.
Our short weekend break to Legoland has completely changed my view of the Lego brand and what it stands for. I'm very surprised that Lego have associated themselves with this run-down place. The company prides itself on strong moral values, yet these… See more
Our short weekend break to Legoland has completely changed my view of the Lego brand and what it stands for. I'm very surprised that Lego have associated themselves with this run-down place. The company prides itself on strong moral values, yet these are clearly not evident here. The use of a queuing system on the rides that allows the wealthy to push to the front is morally repugnant, completely unfair and shows how deep down, pure profit comes before everything else. Yes, the queuing times are excessive, but the real problem is that many of the rides themselves are just not very good, even for excitable 6 year olds. I wouldn't mind queuing for quality attractions. Laser Raiders had a queue time of over an hour – yet this ride is similar to one of the older, sub-standard rides at Alton Towers where you can walk on in minutes. The better rides at Legoland (there are some) are the innovative ones like the Fire Engines and Atlantis Submarines. These are a bit different, great for little ones and worth a look, as long as you don’t have to stand and watch too many queue jumpers walk in front of you.The set-up of the driving school works well and allows a large number of users at once, which helps to reduce waiting times. The young staff who man the rides do work hard to remain polite and friendly when faced with hundreds of frustrated visitors - no easy job! Once we got bored with all of the queuing, we spent much of our time looking at the model village at the centre of the park. This should be the real heart of the place; it encompasses what Lego is all about – having fun building things from small bricks. And yet, it’s been left to rot, with most of it not having been updated in years. I had to spend time explaining to my children why it looked the way it did, and why most of the mechanical bits didn't work. It's actually quite depressing to look at, and you could tell most people just wanted to lean over the barriers and tidy it up a bit. Even the fantastic Star Wars display needed a good clean. A real disappointment for genuine Lego enthusiasts. The CEO of Lego could really do with a visit to this place and see how it is dragging the brand through the mud. Then maybe he could head to Peppa Pig World or Cbeebies Land at Alton Towers to see how theme parks for children should be presented. They're not perfect, but so much stronger than this. Many of the issues at the park (especially the tired looking models) could be corrected easily, but judging from the long list of negative reviews on this site, it doesn't appear that anyone at Lego is actually bothered. We certainly won’t be going back any time soon. Collapse
It's no Disneyland!!!
Stay Date: 03/2017, Maureen2323 wrote this review.
I think Merlin have tainted the Lego brand with this very poor resort. From the outset it was a disappointment, we had to park in a mucky field despite the fact there was plenty on paved parking and then push a double buggy through the mucky field to… See more
I think Merlin have tainted the Lego brand with this very poor resort. From the outset it was a disappointment, we had to park in a mucky field despite the fact there was plenty on paved parking and then push a double buggy through the mucky field to get to the park. The park itself is very run down with faded and broken models all around the park and at various attractions! The Q bot q skipping system is ridiculously expensive considering the amount of rides it actually applies to. Food was awful...even the Starbucks coffee was bad...I didn't think you could ruin a Starbucks coffee another brand being tarnished in legoland Windsor, luckily our kids are so young that they were amazed by everything but we were very disappointed and I think most kids over the age of 10 wouldn't get much more than half a day of entertainment out of it! We paid for the photopass thing where you digital copies of all your pictures afterwards we found out it was only on a limited number of rides and a couple of character meet and great spots that rarely had characters at them and we spend 3 days there it was almost the same price as the one at Disneyland Paris which offers far greater value for money! Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2017, joeyellie2004 wrote this review.
This was our first visit to Legoland in a few years as our children are now 7 and 13. We were tempted by a Times offer if two tickets for £11. I was surprised at how shabby the park was, considering it had just reopened after a long break. It reminde… See more
This was our first visit to Legoland in a few years as our children are now 7 and 13. We were tempted by a Times offer if two tickets for £11. I was surprised at how shabby the park was, considering it had just reopened after a long break. It reminded me of the state of Chessington after Merlin took over. Park shabby, too many rides closed due to poor maintenance. Sad times Legoland.....what happened??? Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2017, Jadeab1990 wrote this review.
My kids always have a brilliant time here, so much to do and good rides for younger kids, we have been a handful of times now and we still haven't got round to every thing, the only downside with lego land along with most of the merlin entertainment … See more
My kids always have a brilliant time here, so much to do and good rides for younger kids, we have been a handful of times now and we still haven't got round to every thing, the only downside with lego land along with most of the merlin entertainment is the lack of quality and healthy food, it would be nice to have some thing other then a burger, pizza or some thing fried! Collapse
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