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A unique family-friendly experience
Legoland is the UK's most popular child-oriented theme park, set in the Royal town of Windsor, Berkshire. In 2014, Legoland welcomed well over two million visitors, making it the UK's second most visited theme park after Alton Towers and the tenth most visited theme park in Europe.
Visit the Legoland theme park for a day trip or treat your family to an unforgettable short break, staying at the fully-themed Legoland Hotel or an approved nearby family-friendly hotel. There are four different room themes - Adventure, Kingdom, Lego Friends and Pirate. Wake up to a delicious breakfast (included in every package) and stunning views of the Adventure Land Lake, home to herons, Koi carp and other wildlife. You can mix family time with privacy by booking rooms with interconnecting doors. For an extra touch of luxury, there's a mixture of themed and premium rooms with park views. Tickets can be printed at home or posted to you.
Legoland's areas are particularly designed for families with young children, though older children and grown ups of all ages will find plenty to entertain throughout your stay. Areas and attractions to visit include the Imagination Centre with educational attractions, Miniland featuring miniature towns and cities from around the world constructed from almost 40 million Lego bricks, and brand new for 2015 is Lego City where it's all about transport including Heartlake Express, a fun railway ride around the Land of the Pharaohs. You can beat the queues by purchasing the 'Q-Bot' ride reservation device which enables you to reserve your place in the queue. Q-Bot will alert you when your reservation is ready!
Kids Go Free on selected dates throughout the season (check Legoland's website for details). If you can book outside of school holidays you'll find that prices are lower (and the park is less busy).
Legoland Holidays useful information
Opening hours: 10am to 7pm, depending on the date of your visit.
Age limits: None. Legoland is fun for children of any age though especially suited to 12's and under.
Maps: Interactive Resort Map - Teachers Resource Packs
Facilities: ATM, baby changing/feeding rooms, bar, cot hire, gymnasium, hotel accommodation, pushchair hire, restaurants, storage lockers, toilets (including disabled), wheelchair access
Official tickets availability verified on 18 January 2019
Telephone: 0845 373 2640 quoting code WP406
Postal address: LEGOLAND Windsor Resort, Winkfield Road, Windsor, SL4 4AY
Wiki page: Legoland Wikipedia
Legoland facts and trivia
Legoland Windsor opened in 1996 on the former Windsor Safari Park site as the second Legoland after Legoland Billund in Denmark.
You can also visit Legoland in Denmark, Germany, Malaysia and various locations around the USA.
Legoland Windsor is operated and part-owned by Merlin Entertainments, owners of Alton Towers. The Lego Group retain 30% ownership.
There are lots of fun surprises at Legoland's Windsor Resort Hotel, there's a giant whoopee cushion imbedded into the carpet, singing taps and Lego brick shaped chips in the restaurant!
The Miniland system is run by 14 computers using 300 kilometres of underground cable.