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 + Rail
LEGOLAND Breaks with Super Break
- Make a splash in DUPLO Valley
- Earn your very first driving licence in the LEGO® City Driving School
- Test your ninja skills at the 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 include 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.
New for 2018 - 2018 marks 60 years of Lego and there are some special events planned at LEGOLAND® to celebrate. In March 2018, MINILAND Explore the World comes to the heart of LEGOLAND®. Discover iconic landmarks from around the globe, built out of almost a million LEGO®bricks. MINILAND USA features amazing scenes including Las Vegas, Washington DC and New York. Dive into the LEGO® Reef, build your fish out of digital LEGO bricks, pick your colours and make it your own. Then watch it come to life and swim off to the Reef. Join the NINJAGO® heroes at a very special training session exclusively at LEGOLAND®! Become part of the 4D action as not everything goes to plan with the ninjas needing your help in mastering the 4th Dimension.
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.
LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Brick and Knob configurations, the Minifigure, DUPLO and LEGOLAND are trademarks of the LEGO Group. ©2018 The LEGO Group.
From 30th March to 2nd April 2018 guests at the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort can enjoy a fun-filled day of Easter activities, including Easter themed LEGO mosaic builds and, new for 2018, a miniature LEGO egg hunt around the world-famous Miniland, with brand new additions from the USA, China, India, Russia, and Australia.
Join your favourite LEGOLAND friend, Ollie the Dragon, for his special Easter Welcome Show, before heading over to the Miniland lawn where he’ll be on hand to meet and greet guests
LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort Reviews
Needs a lick of paint!
Stay Date: 03/2018, debrie123 wrote this review.
We went on the opening day, first day of the season and, whilst we had a fun time and enjoyed the rides and entertainment we were disappointed in the lack of upkeep and maintenance. The windows were dirty, wooden stiles were peeling, buildings needed… See more
We went on the opening day, first day of the season and, whilst we had a fun time and enjoyed the rides and entertainment we were disappointed in the lack of upkeep and maintenance. The windows were dirty, wooden stiles were peeling, buildings needed painting, the Lego village was in need of cleaning and some of the Lego people and cars had fallen over. 2 of the rides were faulty, we had to get off... they gave us a Q bot for the inconvenience but you’d like to think that for the money spent on a ticket for the day at Legoland that all these things would have been attended to prior to opening day. I’m not complaining, just flagging up to management that maintenance and attention to detail is in need! Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2018, Katylizzy77 wrote this review.
Came at the beginning of the season whilst staying in Windsor. Fun day had by all, it is quite expensive once your in but I think this is expected when visiting most attractions. We were staying at a hotel but if you travelled from home could always … See more
Came at the beginning of the season whilst staying in Windsor. Fun day had by all, it is quite expensive once your in but I think this is expected when visiting most attractions. We were staying at a hotel but if you travelled from home could always take a picnic when the weather is better. Collapse
OK, weather didn't help
Stay Date: 03/2018, GISiSu wrote this review.
We had a two day visit, which was a gift. Our children had been looking forward to it for ages, so were so disappointed that the weather was predicted to change dramatically for our weekend, and having read previous reviews, we were concerned about … See more
We had a two day visit, which was a gift. Our children had been looking forward to it for ages, so were so disappointed that the weather was predicted to change dramatically for our weekend, and having read previous reviews, we were concerned about potential ride closures, but undeterred, we made our way there, hoping for the best. There were very many rides closed and an entire section was closed, but there still seemed to be plenty to do, so despite the freezing temperatures, we gamely went on. Luckily there weren't many queues, but the rides we managed to use didn't last very long. The Ninjago ride had a fault so was closed for a time, likewise the phaoroh laser game (rubbish). When we returned later to Ninjago, they said the queue was 25 minutes, but it was more like 50. It was fun and different, but really not worth the wait. Our kids loved Lego Land, but I would agree that it looks dated in places - mini land is great , but it needs a tidy and a clean. The star wars model land, good, but surely they could do more, considering how lucrative the star wars tie in must be. The indoor games area with the jumping ride is strange, like being in an open barn. There were several PS4s in there, which my son was desperate to have a go on, but there did not appear to be any policing of times etc. My son stood patiently at one, waiting to be offered a go, but the family just sat there and made no attempt to tell their children to let others have a go, despite me dropping hints. We gave up in the end. The staff were very friendly - they must have been freezing, so good on them. It cant have been fun. We did have a fun time, despite the weather, but there are some aspects that really need a look at. It wasn't their fault that the weather was as it is and obviously there are safety aspects, but with so much of the park closed, it seems odd that they bother opening at this time of year and still charge full price. Unfortunately, the weather deteriorated and the park was indeed closed for our second day. Lego land have said we can return and were very quick at acknowledging this, so no complaints with how that has been dealt with. Hopefully we can come back when the weather is better and more of the park is open. I will review again. PS - the charge for parking seems a bit severe! Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2018, Carolejeanie66 wrote this review.
The resort wasn't ready for customers so half the rides, plus the castle, were closed. Builders still working on the train line. Shouldn't be open and charging people full price unless everything is ready and safe for use so we can all enjoy the prom… See more
The resort wasn't ready for customers so half the rides, plus the castle, were closed. Builders still working on the train line. Shouldn't be open and charging people full price unless everything is ready and safe for use so we can all enjoy the promised attractions as advertised. Not what we expected at all. Disappointing. Collapse
Fantastic day despite the weather.
Stay Date: 03/2018, Ally486 wrote this review.
Fantastic day!!! Although we visited on a day where temperatures were freezing the staff were superb. Some of the rides were closed but support the decisions made by the park to keep our family safe. We enjoyed all the rides that were open and loved … See more
Fantastic day!!! Although we visited on a day where temperatures were freezing the staff were superb. Some of the rides were closed but support the decisions made by the park to keep our family safe. We enjoyed all the rides that were open and loved the fact that our longest wait for a ride was 15 minutes. Every member of staff had a smile on their faces despite being frozen and made our children feel special. Collapse
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