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.
Ride access qbot for disabled child
Stay Date: 04/2017, Watfordfcgirl wrote this review.
Having read all the recent reviews I was concerned at the new system. I will say, however, that on a less busy day (Sat 22/4) once the schools are back, we had very few problems with it. As soon as our barcode was scanned on my phone at one ride (b… See more
Having read all the recent reviews I was concerned at the new system. I will say, however, that on a less busy day (Sat 22/4) once the schools are back, we had very few problems with it. As soon as our barcode was scanned on my phone at one ride (before the ride began) we selected the next and for 80% of the rides, this was less than 20 minutes. We did driving school and coastguard first as we were there when it opened. Lasers and dragon had a 40 min qbot time but we used one wait to look around and the other to eat. Managed at least 15 rides. Had no queue to get ride access sorted and had emailed the documents through in advance. Phone battery made it through just about. I appreciate not everyone can get to legoland for half 9 but it made a big difference to our day doing so and also having applied for ride access in advance. Collapse
Miserable 2 days at Legoland
Stay Date: 04/2017, richardhK7775ZV wrote this review.
I spent 2 miserable days at LEGOLAND with family over the Easter weekend. I hated the 45-60 minute queues but then to have some one push in front of you because they have paid for the luxury of a queue busting ticket is an insult. Try explaining tha… See more
I spent 2 miserable days at LEGOLAND with family over the Easter weekend. I hated the 45-60 minute queues but then to have some one push in front of you because they have paid for the luxury of a queue busting ticket is an insult. Try explaining that to your pre-teen kids, we're poor 2nd class citizens compared to the rich kids who are better than you! Same with the parking; £6.00 to park at a distance or double for closer! The rides are dull, after all the waiting anyway. The miniland lego exhibits are good but the Star Wars display is too dark. Maybe they're hiding poor workmanship, but my 5 year old felt uneasy in that display! I would not go back and would not recommend this place to anyone. Collapse
Not my cup of tea
Stay Date: 04/2017, Claire O wrote this review.
I went here with my niece and nephew and I think it's overpriced for what it is. Book in advance to ensure you don't pay on the gate prices as it is definitely not worth the £50 entrance fee and frankly its astonishing that they charge an extra £6 fo… See more
I went here with my niece and nephew and I think it's overpriced for what it is. Book in advance to ensure you don't pay on the gate prices as it is definitely not worth the £50 entrance fee and frankly its astonishing that they charge an extra £6 for parking. We took our own food so I am not sure what they were charging but ice cream was about £3. If you pay for Q-bot to jump the queues it's another £20 per person. We did not and queued for 30 minutes for most rides and 55 minutes for the log flume (w/c 18th April when local schools were back) The miniland did look like it had been updated since I last week 8 years ago but this does not justify the entrance fees. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2017, SunshineSheffield wrote this review.
We visited Legoland on the 19th and 20th April as a birthday surprise for our son. As we live in Sheffield our children were still on school holidays but some of the country were already back at school. We got a deal through the legoland website and … See more
We visited Legoland on the 19th and 20th April as a birthday surprise for our son. As we live in Sheffield our children were still on school holidays but some of the country were already back at school. We got a deal through the legoland website and paid just over £200 for 2 days Park entry for 2 adults and 2 kids and a stay at the Hilton Bracknell. After reading reviews on here we went expecting massive queues, 1000s of people and a run down dirty park! I am pleased to say we shouldn't have worried. We prebooked standard parking and got there at 9.30 both days and parked 2 minutes away from the entrance. There were loads of spaces near the park entrance at this time (priority parking was hardly any closer!) The rides don't open until 10.00am but you can walk round mini land or look in the Lego shop near the entrance until you can get to the rides. We didn't buy q-bots and glad we didn't as on the Tuesday we went on 16 rides without them! Download the app when you get there. It updates regularly and shows you all the queue times for the rides which is great as if the one you want is busy you can head to something else. The longest we queued was 40 minutes for laser raiders on the Tuesday but got on some rides within 15 minutes. By the end of the 2 days we had been on every ride/seen every attraction on the map. We took our own food and drink. Yes some of the models could do with a little clean but the resort as a whole is clean and not run down at all. A mix of all ages working there and everyone friendly. My little boy had a birthday badge on and staff kept wishing him Happy Birthday as he got on and off the rides. He got the badge from Guest Services and they also put his name on the Birthday Boards round the park which he liked! In summary - we went during school holidays, didn't need a q-bot and had an amazing time. Don't be put off by bad reviews go and enjoy it. We certainly did!! Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2016, Laura A wrote this review.
Absolutely brilliant for all ages, took a picnic lots of places to eat, splash park was a real hit cannot wait to go agin
Absolutely brilliant for all ages, took a picnic lots of places to eat, splash park was a real hit cannot wait to go agin Collapse
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