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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- 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.
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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.
Join us for your very own royal visit to the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort - the home of the LEGO Royals, from HRH Prince Louis to HRH Prince Harry & Ms. Meghan Markle! To celebrate HRH Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle’s wedding, the LEGOLAND®Windsor Resort has created its very own 39,960 LEGO® brick Windsor Castle to add to the Resort’s world-famous Miniland attraction. Built specially for the occasion, the mini brick Castle is permanently on display from today and is just a stone’s throw from the real wedding venue where the royal couple tied the knot on 19 May 2018.
LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort Reviews
Stay Date: 05/2018, Sheralyn W wrote this review.
Such a brilliant day out especially for the young kids.yes the queues were big but you.expect that with any theme park you definetly need two days to get round it all. Staff very helpful and the pirate show was brilliant! Food and drink overpriced bu… See more
Such a brilliant day out especially for the young kids.yes the queues were big but you.expect that with any theme park you definetly need two days to get round it all. Staff very helpful and the pirate show was brilliant! Food and drink overpriced but again this is the norm at theme parks.will definetly go again Collapse
Free return visit after a bad experience
Stay Date: 05/2018, sarah p wrote this review.
We went last year and half the park was closed and lots of other things, we went back after the oark gave us free tickets, we stayed in the lego hotel too, hotel was amazing, breakfast was great and the staff in there can't do enough to help you, but… See more
We went last year and half the park was closed and lots of other things, we went back after the oark gave us free tickets, we stayed in the lego hotel too, hotel was amazing, breakfast was great and the staff in there can't do enough to help you, but going into the park the next day was a very different story, we met one person that actually wanted to help us, they all look unhappy, stressed and snappy. All the rides were open which was good this time and the mini models were fantastic, but again some of the kiosks you need to refill the bottles you pay £8 for were closed and alot of the restaurants and kiosks had ran out of bottles of water, when we did find one it was warm,more preparation is needed on hot days, it was saturday so you must know by now its going to be busy. Im no expert but the two times we have been now a year apart the park still has alot of the same issues, so nothing seems to be taken on board, you grab our money and run. Staff need training on how to talk to people for sure. Collapse
Kids enjoyed it, at least!
Stay Date: 05/2018, Alex H wrote this review.
We booked 4 day pass tickets to Legoland for Fri 25th May. Luckily we managed to get a deal through work so we got them at a discounted rate of £24 each instead of £38 each. £6 for parking! £80 for 4 x basic Qbots plus an extra £28 because the two… See more
We booked 4 day pass tickets to Legoland for Fri 25th May. Luckily we managed to get a deal through work so we got them at a discounted rate of £24 each instead of £38 each. £6 for parking! £80 for 4 x basic Qbots plus an extra £28 because the two most popular rides aren’t included! Ok so were in, sorted parking ticket and Qbot and were only £210 down! Ironically there is no discernible queue to get the Qbot, you just stand in a big huddle! Anyway about the resort. On the face of it it looks fine but the reality of it is it’s poorly organised with out of date rides that really aren’t worth the long queuing times. The Qbot allows you to remotely queue for one ride at a time so you can queue and go on one ride while queuing for another but you’re still queuing for 30-40 mins for a disappointing ride that lasts less that 2 mins. Food is expensive and poor quality. We had 2 x sausage and 2 x steak baguettes with 4 x drinks for £35. Baguettes we’re past their best and the steak was dry and tasteless. Disorganised queues and no one cleaning tables... not impressed. That said however, the kids enjoyed it and the weather was nice. I should mention the staff, while polite and helpful if approached the general feel was that they would rather you didn’t ask them anything! Overall poor value for money but the kids enjoy it! Collapse
A mixed bag- beware shuttle bus
Stay Date: 05/2018, Jonny5eyes wrote this review.
Firstly a caveat about the three star review. We are a couple with no kids, visited because my partner is one of the many adult Lego enthusiasts. The Lego displays are amazing but that is really all there is for adults and I would say teenagers. The … See more
Firstly a caveat about the three star review. We are a couple with no kids, visited because my partner is one of the many adult Lego enthusiasts. The Lego displays are amazing but that is really all there is for adults and I would say teenagers. The rides are designed for little kids and I guess that's fine , it is what it is. Can't help thinking they are rather missing a trick here though, given the popularity of the bricks with an increasing number of older people. Stayed a night in the hotel, which was fun, our Pirate Room was extremely cool for kids of all ages, even if they're in their 40s. We had two days in the park, first day was a Thursday and there were few queues for the rides and we were pretty.much done by lunchtime the next day. One warning though we attempted to get the shuttle bus both there and back and it didn't turn up either time!! Talking to staff trying to get home after their shift, this was not an unusual experience. Appalling. Taxi from Windsor should cost about a tenner. In summation it's probably great for the under 12s but entertainment for anyone else is limited to the displays but those are really good. Collapse
A great place but our trip wasn't as good as we were expecting.
Stay Date: 05/2018, twinkltoes79 wrote this review.
Our boys (7&9) had been asking to go for ages so I had done a bit of 'homework', read the reviews and planned our trip as carefully and cheaply as possible. We chose to go on a school training day, to avoid weekends and holidays, bought tickets in ad… See more
Our boys (7&9) had been asking to go for ages so I had done a bit of 'homework', read the reviews and planned our trip as carefully and cheaply as possible. We chose to go on a school training day, to avoid weekends and holidays, bought tickets in advance and took our own food and drink. We were all so excited and got there for opening. Scanning our pre-bought tickets was great and we got straight in. All the lego models are great, so impressive, and we loved miniland. The boys loved the reef too. The rest of the park is a great facility but the queues were crazy! The water rides weren't too bad as the queue moves but lots of the other rides we didn't bother with because the kids saw the queue times and just said no! For a couple of hours in the afternoon, we just walked through zone after zone getting more fed up because we couldn't find anything to do. One queue said 90 minutes! On top of that, my husband decided he wanted a coffee and hardly any kiosks were open (although all the ones selling giant plush toys were open). We settled on Costa and he was 14th in the queue! We left at 5, because it was closing time, and we had been on 4 rides. It then took an hour to get out of the car park. Legoland people, you need to realise that the expectation customers have of their visit is very high. You are a highly respected, global company and your TV adverts excite. I feel let down that we felt disappointed during our trip. I wanted to treat my kids and was gutted that, after being so excited, they were disappointed too. You need to do something about the queues and make customers feel that you are doing all you can... We did not get this feeling. Also, why do you shut so early? Even staying open for another couple of hours would allow more time for rides and reduce the car park queuing at the end of the day. Legoland IS a great place, and I'm glad we went, but we won't be rushing back as the experience just wasn't as good as we were expecting. I don't know how else we could have made it better apart from taking the kids out of school to guarantee a quieter day. The whole trip, including travel from Yorkshire and and an overnight stay in a Premier Inn, cost us around £350 which is a lot of money to us. Collapse
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