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 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.
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.
New for 2019: LEGOLAND Windsor Resort
Spring 2019 will see the opening of a spooktacular new ride at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort; The Haunted House Monster Party...You're invited to join a frightfully friendly Vampire for a monster party at his spooky new haunted home to celebrate his arrival in the LEGOLAND neighbourhood. Young party guests will be greeted by joke-telling LEGO gargoyles and talking statues, LEGO bunting, banners and balloons. What more could you want?
LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort Reviews
Staff are so SLOW
Stay Date: 04/2019, Parobe wrote this review.
I appreciate they are probably paid badly and no doubt don’t want to be here, but a small que is made incredibly longer by such slow staff and systems. OK we all want to be safe but when you finally get seated on the ride it takes a further five minu… See more
I appreciate they are probably paid badly and no doubt don’t want to be here, but a small que is made incredibly longer by such slow staff and systems. OK we all want to be safe but when you finally get seated on the ride it takes a further five minutes of checks and announcements before we get started. Whether it’s a case of being short staffed or Merlin being to tight to employ more people the lack of attendants makes the whole process so much slower. It Seems To be the case on all rides. Then of course there’s the que jumpers paying extra to push in. It then seems to take several minutes for staff to check their passes that adds to the frustration. If you want to go on lots of rides don’t come to legoland because it takes FOREVER!! Collapse
Overpriced - many better ways to spend money
Stay Date: 04/2019, deoliveiraemily wrote this review.
Kids really wanted to go to LEGOLAND over the Easter holidays - and seeing so many photos on FB of other families doing the same thing was peer pressured into it. £54 per person over 3 years of age so for me, and 2 kids was £168 (kids are 10 & 8) Par… See more
Kids really wanted to go to LEGOLAND over the Easter holidays - and seeing so many photos on FB of other families doing the same thing was peer pressured into it. £54 per person over 3 years of age so for me, and 2 kids was £168 (kids are 10 & 8) Parking is additional on top so another £7 We arrived in time for the park to open, yet it was already chaos, queues for toilets as well as rides. Some rides had notices such as 35mins waiting time - yet the actual waiting time was over 1.5 hours Food was £15 per adult and £10 per child for all you can eat pizza - sounds good if you have children that actually eat, my 8 year old struggles to finish a happy meal but no chance to get round the money police and only pay for 1 adult & 1 child meal. The water based rides and attractions were not open - even though Easter holidays and hot weather - no mention of this on website Overall - if you have £250 to waste on a day - go But kids were not that wowed by anything and the money would have been better spent on more basic days out at places like The LookOut, AliceHolt etc We shall not be going back - and think in general anything that is part of the merlin group will be avoided as overpriced Collapse
Good, but could improve
Stay Date: 04/2019, sharonlD9733HF wrote this review.
To start, it was hot the 2 days we went and very busy. However, on our first morning we spent 2hrs queuing and only managed 2 rides! We have a 11yr old and 8yr old they managed just about but there were alot of other families with frazzled younger ch… See more
To start, it was hot the 2 days we went and very busy. However, on our first morning we spent 2hrs queuing and only managed 2 rides! We have a 11yr old and 8yr old they managed just about but there were alot of other families with frazzled younger children. I do believe that Legoland could take a leaf out of Disneys book for efficient queuing. Also, despite the hot weather none of the smaller snack/drink huts were not open tberefore leading to more longer queues for drinks etc at the places that were open, casing us to have to go to the Legoland Resort hotel for food spending £53.00 on a buffet!!!! We are not big eaters so was a compleat waste of money. Next the Log floom was not open and neither was Lazer Raiders and Game Zone! There disnt appear to be enough staff to man the rides that were open and one poor staff memberi had to give some suncream to as she looked rather pink and didnt have a hat or any shade. On a more positive note the Miniland was great and the Lego models scattered around the park were awesome. The best display was the Star Wars Model Display- we all loved it. In total wont be returning other places to visit. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2019, 40louisec wrote this review.
We visited on Thursday 19th April as a family of 4 to celebrate my youngest's birthday. The day was appalling. 7 rides closed. Horrendous queues for everything. Approx 1-2 hours wait for anything that was open. Random closing of rides when you were a… See more
We visited on Thursday 19th April as a family of 4 to celebrate my youngest's birthday. The day was appalling. 7 rides closed. Horrendous queues for everything. Approx 1-2 hours wait for anything that was open. Random closing of rides when you were already in the queue. It was a really hot day so as you'd expect people would want to buys drinks/ice creams.. again queues at least 30 mins and many food outlets were closed. Total waste of money! Would we return again - NO! No accountability from Legoland at all. At the end of the day Customer Services queue was very long- Legoland were offering refunds/complimentary tickets to return without question Collapse
Good for children, but. . .
Stay Date: 04/2019, critics2007 wrote this review.
We decided in January to visit LEGOLAND Windsor for the Easter bank holidays so pre-booked tickets for nine of us. We were travelling with two disabled people and although we had looked to see about access passes, I didn't really find the explanation… See more
We decided in January to visit LEGOLAND Windsor for the Easter bank holidays so pre-booked tickets for nine of us. We were travelling with two disabled people and although we had looked to see about access passes, I didn't really find the explanation about the Qbot clear. On the day of arrival, we spoke to a very helpful member of staff who helped us obtain our carers tickets and then directed us to the Qbot stand (where we joined our first huge queue.) The lad on the desk explained the way it worked extremely well and put the app on our phones for us, we then proceeded to the different lands and rides. We managed to go on 6 biggish rides with the use of the Qbot, but I felt so sorry for the people without it... one person said they were there all day 10am - 5pm and only went on two rides! We were lucky enough to visit on the hottest two days of the year, so far, but honestly couldn't believe the size of the queues for drinks and ice creams, It was ridiculous! Come on LEGOLAND, wouldn't it be better to use your staff in the areas needed, rather than on money making racket areas that aren't conducive to your customers comforts? Queues for drinks, ice creams, food outlets etc were as long as the rides... totally ridiculous!!!! I can't understand why LEGOLAND wasted staff on these silly stalls enticing people to lose/waste money trying to win a soft toy, whilst people were literally queuing for an hour for a drink or an icecream?!?! My advice if visiting LEGOLAND is take your own food and drinks and definitely purchase the Qbot. Not sure what would actually happen if everyone purchased Qbot though apart from making LEGOLAND even more money. . . queues would be less, but waiting times would be horrendous! Not sure it's a place I will ever visit again. Collapse
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