LEGOLAND Windsor Resort Ticket + Hotel Deals
Winkfield Road, Windsor, SL4 4AY.
- Over 40 million LEGO® bricks are used in the park!
- Over 55 interactive rides, live shows & attractions to enjoy
- Great for children aged 2-12
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LEGOLAND Windsor Resort Ticket + Hotel Packages
Main Ticket Description
LEGOLAND® Breaks with Super Break
- Ticket and hotel breaks from £63pp
- Make a splash in DUPLO Valley
- Earn your very first driving licence in the LEGO® City Driving School
- Test your ninja skills at the new for 2017 LEGO® NINJAGO™ World
About LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort
The LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort is the ideal destination a fun day out with the family, and it’s a place where everyone can experience the ultimate LEGO® adventure – it also features over 40 million LEGO® bricks!
The park has over 55 interactive rides, live shows and attractions, and it’s all set amid 150 acres of beautiful parkland. You can earn your first driving licence at the LEGO® City Driving School, navigate the waterways at the LEGO® City Coastguard HQ, ride a Dragon through a medieval castle, or even discover the lost metropolis of Atlantis in an underwater adventure with the Atlantis Submarine Voyage. There are also many family adventures to be enjoyed at LEGOLAND® Resort Windsor, including the exciting Pirate Falls: Treasure Quest, Viking River Quest and the indoor Laser Raiders ride. LEGO® enthusiasts will enjoy seeing where the LEGO® models are made in the Model Makers Studio, and little LEGO® builders will enjoy exploring the fantastic DUPLO Valley with Drench Towers, Splash Safari, Fairytale Brook, Brickville and lots more!
Other exciting attractions which are new for 2017 are the LEGO® NINJAGO™ World, 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 who can put their ninja skills to the test on the ride.
What Makes LEGOLAND® Breaks Super
LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort 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®-filled fun.
Brick or Treat 14th-30th October 2017
This October half term bring your little monsters to the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort and get into the spooky spirit with the Brick or Treat event!
This year the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort Fireworks show will celebrate the LEGO® NINJAGO® heroes with a stunning lights display! The unmissable Fireworks shows are held on 21/22 and 27/28 October!
Half Term Offer - Stay at the Travelodge Slough for 1 night with 2 day entry to LEGOLAND from £198 per family of 4!
LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort Reviews
Could do with a good clean
Stay Date: 09/2017, a customer wrote this review.
Considering the price charged for entry, we found the park shabby and in places just dirty. Kids didn't really notice but the rides and park looked really tired and in need of refurbishment. We had a two day pass and was disappointed that the boat … See more
Considering the price charged for entry, we found the park shabby and in places just dirty. Kids didn't really notice but the rides and park looked really tired and in need of refurbishment. We had a two day pass and was disappointed that the boat ride for instance was strewn with the same discarded crisp wrappers on both days. No effort to keep the area clean. Theme parks make no effort to mitigate the long queues. No effort to put on more cars or carriages - why do we put up with this when paying so much for a ticket. Prices in the Park are expensive, including (surprisingly) Lego itself. Avoid the packed and awful shop if you're leaving near closing time. Kids enjoyed. But as a premium priced venue it could and should be better for the money. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2017, galeasarah wrote this review.
Been with our children. Staff are very helpful. Rides are suitable for children. We visited the park in September and they where very few people. Max line was of 5 mins
Been with our children. Staff are very helpful. Rides are suitable for children. We visited the park in September and they where very few people. Max line was of 5 mins Collapse
Fab day out but very expensive, even with a special offer
Stay Date: 08/2017, Sarah S wrote this review.
Had a fabulous day out at Legoland Windsor. We went during a bank holiday weekend and expected huge queues... It was actually really nice, most queues we had in the morning were 15-20min long, in the afternoon the Ninjago queue was about 1h long but … See more
Had a fabulous day out at Legoland Windsor. We went during a bank holiday weekend and expected huge queues... It was actually really nice, most queues we had in the morning were 15-20min long, in the afternoon the Ninjago queue was about 1h long but we felt this was the longest we had to queue and actually pretty resaonable considering it is the new attraction at Legoland. The only downside, hence 4 stars and not 5, is the cost. £60 per adult and £60 for a 5 year old child! We had a 2-4-1 voucher but it still cost us £126 for 1 day (£6 for parking) which I find expensive. Collapse
Worst theme park I've been to!!
Stay Date: 08/2017, Natasha S wrote this review.
The queuing times 2+ hours wait. The rides weren't that exciting. The only good thing about this place was the mini village and the dragon ride. The staff were rude and unwelcoming. Wasn't worth the drive or money!
The queuing times 2+ hours wait. The rides weren't that exciting. The only good thing about this place was the mini village and the dragon ride. The staff were rude and unwelcoming. Wasn't worth the drive or money! Collapse
If you are a disabled parent with mobility issues don't visit legoland.
Stay Date: 08/2017, Reynocm wrote this review.
After writing to you twice as advised by your customer service operative on site at windsor. Receiving nothing but an automated response. I now have no option but to leave my complaint as a review. Didn't really want to do this but you leave me no op… See more
After writing to you twice as advised by your customer service operative on site at windsor. Receiving nothing but an automated response. I now have no option but to leave my complaint as a review. Didn't really want to do this but you leave me no option. Dear Sir/Madam, RE: Case Number 2658538 I write this letter as confirmation of my complaint made on a recent trip to the Legoland Windsor Resort on 22nd August 2017. The complaint arose when after previous advice given to me by yourselves on telephone number, 0871 2222001 turned out to be incorrect. On the 11th August 2017 I made a call at 9:41am, prior to our impending visit to Legoland to the above number to enquire about entry costs and also the queue bot availability for ambulant disabled guests visiting the park. I had previously read your accessibility policy on the website and whilst it was clear for wheelchair users and people with ASD/Anxiety disorders there is no clear policy for ambulant disabled visitors. I explained on the call the nature of my disability and the fact that I had a letter from my GP to confirm my inability to queue and was advised that this was ok and to present at guest services on the day of our visit. Even when I questioned that the policy did state it was only in place for what seemed people with mental health anxiety disorders and ASD I was assured that as long as I present the letter from my GP and either a blue badge or a copy of my PIP entitlement I would qualify. This confirmed that our visit to Legoland would go ahead. If I would have been advised at this point that I did not qualify we would have chosen an alternative location to spend the Tuesday of our four day break to London. After we had paid for our entry (even at reduced rate £120) we queued at guest services to obtain our queue bot pass. It was then that things began to take a downhill turn. We presented the information to the the customer service advisor only to be told that we didn’t qualify. I was asked to explain my illness - which as your policy states the reason for a letter from the GP is because your staff are not medically qualified and was told the following: • The queue bot would not help as I would still have to queue virtually - because I have blood clots remaining in my legs standing or sitting for any period of time causes back flow in the veins which causes my legs to swell and become painful. During our visit to the park I noticed not one ride had seats available in the queues to allow people to sit or stand. Therefore being in a virtual queue would help this, as myself and family could wait in areas of the park where seats are provided and I could have stood up or sat down at my leisure therefore mitigating the damage that happens with my condition. • That if I get a wheelchair I don’t have to sit in it all the time. - Your un-medically qualified staff have absolutely no right to judge me on my choice not to have a wheelchair nor advise me how I should mitigate the impact of my illness. They know nothing about me, my condition or how I deal with it. After the above understandably I was quite upset – at that moment of time my family and I where in a place which because it refused to cater for my disability we were now £120 out of pocket plus the train fare from London to Windsor £35, plus £10 bus fare from Windsor station to Legoland. This was all on top of the upset and potential waste of a whole day of our four day break to London. My 9 year old daughter became quite upset at this point and it was only then, the manager offered us some entry via exit passes, a lollipop, lego and a £5 shop voucher for each child in truth this was little conscelation. Only that my children were upset as they were looking forward to the day I would have accepted a full refund plus compensation for the wasted journey and left the park at that point. It was at this time the complaint was registered and we began our visit to the park. The queues for most of the rides where at least 60 minutes so by 12pm we had used the 3 passes each to get on the rides. It was at this point my partner and I decided to buy a queue bot. Due to the two hours we had already wasted at the park we opted for the express which cost £140 for all four of us. There was no way I could have stood in the queues, so it was either this or go back to London. We purchased the queue bot on my iPhone as the queue at the registration was wasting more of our precious time at the park. We registered for our first ride as we stopped for lunch. Unfortunately after this it took us half an hour to register for the second and last ride we went on at the park. It was virtually impossible to get a decent internet signal on my device making it impossible to register for further rides. At this point it was 4pm and myself and partner decided to cut our losses and go. My partner went to guest services and added our frustrations with the queue bot to the above complaint. At this point we where offered £15 tickets each to visit the park again and a free queue bot. As we already had had an issue with the service received at Legoland we opted against the offer and chose to have it dealt with along with the other complaint. I was advised at the time to provide the exact date and time of my initial call to Legoland hence the delay in getting this to you as the information has only just become available on our bill. As you have probably guessed our visit to Legoland was not at all satisfactory or enjoyable. This saddens me as this year, due to my condition I was unable to go abroad so our four day trip to London has been our only family holiday. I made every effort prior to going to ensure that the activities we had planned would cater for not only our children but would be enjoyable for me as a parent. The other places we visited during our stay such as the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Madame Tussaud’s and the London Eye were very accommodating of my needs, needless to stay we would visit all of them again. In order to forward this complaint I would like the answer to following questions: • Where in your accessibility policy do you cater for ambulant disabled guests? • How do you consider the Legoland accessibility policy well rounded and comprehensive when an issue like mine has arisen? • I work for a charity in connection with my condition, a lot of our supporters have issues like mine and young families. If I go to a place that is supportive of my needs I often recommend it to them. - How do Legoland intend to change my view so that I would be in a position to do this? • After spending £260 plus £45 travel costs on what can only be described as a poor experience, how do Legoland intend to compensate myself and family not only for the monetary value but a bad experience which in sense wasted 25% of our four day trip to London? This as previously stated been our only family holiday this year. I look forward to your response to this complaint. Thanks Clare Reynolds Collapse
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