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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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.
Choose from a range of tickets:
- 1 Day Ticket + Meal - allows customers to one day entry into Legoland Windsor Resort with meal (can be redeemed at Burger Kitchen outlets only)
- 1 Day Ticket + Quencher - Allows customers to one day entry into Legoland Windsor Resort and refillable quencher drink (redeemable at applicable outlets)
- Half Day Ticket - allows customers to a half day entry into Legoland Windsor Resort (entry from Midday)
- Legoland Annual Pass - allows customers to visit the park as many times as they wish between Spring and October (2019 Season Only, Exclusion Dates Apply)
- 1 Day Ticket - allows customers to one day entry into Legoland Windsor Resort
- 2 Day Ticket - allows customers to two day entry into Legoland Windsor Resort
LEGOLAND Windsor Resort Highlights
- 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
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
1 adult 1 child under 130 cm
Stay Date: 06/2019, Katarina V wrote this review.
Legoland should clearly advertise it's 1parent 1child policy. It is not clear. They request to accompany your child(ren) if they are shorter than 130cm for several rides. Even if I have 2 kids of that height (7y 120 & 4y 110cm) then I am still accom… See more
Legoland should clearly advertise it's 1parent 1child policy. It is not clear. They request to accompany your child(ren) if they are shorter than 130cm for several rides. Even if I have 2 kids of that height (7y 120 & 4y 110cm) then I am still accompaning them. In Legoland's book it's not enough and it is OK (read safer) rather leave my 4 year old behind with strangers than to be with me & his sister on a ride. My 7y old asked to go home after I tried to take them on rides that in 2012 were perfectly fine for their then 7 & 5y old siblings. They went on the Dragon by themselves in 2012. Just looked up Legoland website, it says for the named ride: "Children under 1.3m must bring an adult to ride". It is not clear that it should be 1adult per 1child. For that reason I'd give NO STARS. Although my 7y old asked to go home after 1h, we did go to different part of the park & they did have some fun. She even went on the pony ride (Mia's Riding Adventure), that was far more scary, by herself (120cm limit), than the ones that I could have taken her. How things have changed since 2012 ... then we stayed at the newly opened Bricks hotel, now 2 night stay would be a cost of taking the whole family abroad for longer time. About other spikes in costs - driving licenses for the kids, can't get s simple thing withough buying the picture for £ double digits, then you get the lanyard ( £6 at the shop), didn't of course. Won't be back any time soon though, at least until they are taller. Collapse
We had a great time despite the queues
Stay Date: 06/2019, sarahBuk wrote this review.
We visited on a Sunday, staying overnight in the Castle hotel, and hoped a Monday in term time would be fairly quiet. We knew you get extra time in the park if staying in the hotels, you get in at 9.30 but the park opens at 10am. Worth noting there w… See more
We visited on a Sunday, staying overnight in the Castle hotel, and hoped a Monday in term time would be fairly quiet. We knew you get extra time in the park if staying in the hotels, you get in at 9.30 but the park opens at 10am. Worth noting there was quite a long queue at 9.20 when we joined other hotel guests waiting for the gate to open. We had a great time but still spent quite a lot of time queuing for rides, shortest queue time on the app showed as 5 minutes and one or two were but most were longer at 15 or 20 mins. Some were up to 45 or 50 minutes but we still managed to do most things on our list. We would return but definitely not in school holidays judging by how busy it was today. Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2019, stressed37 wrote this review.
We went for a couple of days with a coach trip. We didn't stay at the resort overnight. I am so glad we opted to do 2 days at this theme park as you can queue for quite some time and havn't then got enough time to do the rides you want to do in 1 da… See more
We went for a couple of days with a coach trip. We didn't stay at the resort overnight. I am so glad we opted to do 2 days at this theme park as you can queue for quite some time and havn't then got enough time to do the rides you want to do in 1 day. We didn't get to do the haunted house as the queue was too long every time we passed and the legoland app said 60 minutes wait time all day. Don't always beleive the app either, several rides said 30/40 mins wait time but as we were passing them they were very low queue's and we got on within 5 minutes. (After 3pm and the park was a bit quieter). We are aware this park is aimed at up to 12 years old but we have been before when our 13/14 year olds were younger so we did know what to expect and they wanted to go again. Now onto the food, not enough outlets to accommodate the amount of people in the park. Kiosks that only sell hotdogs, no other foods and these were £4.99, you sort of expect it but still expensive. The kiosk need more choice and not all kiosks were open!! Why on such a busy weekend? There was a pasta/pizza place and a burger place that we saw but queues were massive. We did buy the refill drink as we found it well worth it to us on a hot day. I do think however that they need more stations to fill up at as most you have to queue for and some take a while to get served. They also need more toilets in each area as they are a bit spread out. Positives: Our teenagers did like the rides they got on. The staff we encountered were mainly very friendly and helpful. The park seemed very clean in all areas we went. Drink refills worth it for us. Wouldn't return? I am afraid not, ours are too old now I think. Collapse
Should be better
Stay Date: 06/2019, Stephen L wrote this review.
A term time two day weekend visit with a 6,7 and 12 year old. Being a warm weekend I did not expect the place to be empty and queues to be minimal. What I do expect from a theme park is for the rides to have a decent up time (throughout the day on … See more
A term time two day weekend visit with a 6,7 and 12 year old. Being a warm weekend I did not expect the place to be empty and queues to be minimal. What I do expect from a theme park is for the rides to have a decent up time (throughout the day on their live app there would be one or more "closed" because of issues). This in turn put pressure on the other rides and increased wait times. The fact we had a two day ticket and still missed two of the big rides because of lack of time is somewhat telling. The train ride was also closed and it being used for training (at a weekend?!?!). The biggest issue was the concession stands. Aside from being needlessly expensive (but hey, they aren't the only attraction in the UK that suffers this issue), the staff that manned them were slow and generally incompetent. I waited at an ice cream stand for 20 minutes and the queue did not move. The quick Pasta stand we had to wait for over 15 minutes for our food (that was 15 mins after ordering, not including waiting time). In the interests of balance, the positives... As for the rest of the park, it was generally clean and well kept. Rides were enjoyable and there is something for everyone. It's a shame it lacks the commitment from the staff (and management?) to make it a great day out. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2019, LaniRayo wrote this review.
Certainly not what it used to be. Overpriced tickets, rubbish food, rude staff, long questions and boring rides.
Certainly not what it used to be. Overpriced tickets, rubbish food, rude staff, long questions and boring rides. Collapse
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