Legoland Windsor Resort

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Recommended for children from the following age groups:
  • 0-3
  • 3-7
  • 7-12
  • 12-16

Legoland Windsor is located approximately 30 miles from central London.

The park consists of several themed lands:

The Beginning - here in addition to the Hill Train you'll find a great treat for Star Wars fans.

The Lego Star Wars Miniland (completed in 2012!) You can see scenes from both versions of the film, from the real and animated star saga, made of 1.5 million Lego bricks. All built in  1:20 scale. Mini Land is a place for every child, there is no age restriction. In this section you can see models of different genre scenes, not only from England but also from other European countries and the USA. To produce this miniature world nearly 40 million Lego bricks have been used.

Duplo Land - a lot of attractions for younger Legoland visitors (younger than 3 years). There is a children's playground (Duplo Playtown), train (Duplo Train), puppet theater for children (Duplo Theatre) and Chopper Squadron. Kids, which are not afraid of water may visit the Waterworks (Note: Be sure to have clothes to change or beachwear). For an extra fee you can treat children to play mini-golf (Mole In1 Adventure Golf).

Traffic - Here you can learn to steer your boat in Boating School or balloon to rise up to the 12 meters high (Balloon School).

At L-Drivers children aged 3 to 5 years old can ride a Lego  bumper car around a special track with traffic lights and road signs. Older kids (6-13 years) can take an electric car and hit the road (Driving School). At the end of the journey the Legoland driving license awaits .

Lego City - a Lego model village. You will see stunts shows in Pirates of Skeleton Bay, take advantage of the Dogger Challenge crawler, and there's a XBox Gaming Zone to play on consoles. You can also take the Orient Expedition train and go on a safari.

Adventure Land - the main attraction here is the Atlantis Submarine Voyage, the submarine with which you can see the marine world.

In Dino Safari you explore the prehistoric dinosaurs, or climb on the climbing wall (additional fee).

Kingdom of the Pharaohs. At the Kingdom of the Pharaohs, you can shoot a laser gun (Laser Raiders). The Desert Chase carousel is intended for younger children and Scrab-Bouncers and Aero Nomad for the older ones, Pirates Landing is fun for fans of pirate adventures. In here, there's a multi-storey wooden labyrinth (Pirate Training Camp) for children aged 7, the Jolly Rocker rocking galleon or, at extra cost, gold panning.

Knights' Kingdom is a paradise for the princesses and knights. The main attractions are two dragon roller coasters: for younger children, Dragon's Apprentice, and for older Dragon. Land of Vikings - the main attraction here is admittedly a water ride (Viking River Splash), but there is a green hedge - a maze called Loki (for children over 7 years) and Spinning Spider with huge spider for everyone.

Imagination Centre also offers a 4D theater, an enormous Space Tower, the Sky Rider bobsleigh track, as well as workshops for older children.

Much of the attraction is meant for older children, but for you'll find something for smaller kids as well. But keep in mind that at some attractions, there are age limitations, and and at some height limits (eg 90 cm, 110 cm, 130 cm).

Moreover, importantly, not all attractions are included in the ticket price. For some of you need to pay extra. At many attractions you unfortunately have to wait in long lines. To avoid them, it's worth to obtain the Q-BOT, an electronic device that will "stand in the queue" for you, and you can use the time in a more interesting way than standing in a kilometer long line.

At the park area there is a hotel, restaurants, shops, parking. And at the same occassion when you visit Legoland, you can also see Windsor Castle, or drive to Stonehenge.

Legoland Windsor Resort

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LEGOLAND Windsor, Winkfield Road, Windsor ,Berkshire, SL44AY, Wielka Brytania

Opening days and hours:

Open almost every day (from mid-March to late October) in hours: 10:00 - 17:00 (in summer a little longer).

Tickets adults:
One day ticket - 43,20 GBP
Tickets children:
One day ticket - 34,20 GBP

Tickets are also available on-line, so you can save a little.

Additional information:

Family ticket (3 pers.) For 1 day - £ 43.20. Family ticket (4 people) - £ 34.20.


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Updated on

Monday, 21 January 2013

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