Legoland Windsor Resort, Windsor

2.6
Legoland Windsor Resort provides a fun-filled and exciting day for fans of this beloved toy. Enjoy dozens of interactive rides, live shows, and building workshops on 150 acres of parkland. Drive a car, steer a boat, and fly in a balloon all featuring Lego design elements. The site features a number of themed areas, such Kingdom of the Pharaohs and Land of the Vikings. In between rides and interactive attractions, admire the giant Lego models throughout the park. You'll see Lego replicas of famous landmarks, such as St. Paul's Cathedral and the London Tower Bridge. For an extra fee, you can join the park's Q-bot system. This device enables you to enter into a line for a ride without being physically present, so you can enjoy other activities while you wait. It alerts you when your turn comes and allows you to board the ride through a special entrance. Bring your bathing suit if you plan to go on any of the water rides. Plan your visit to Legoland Windsor Resort and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Windsor trip itinerary planning app .
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  • If you get lucky enough to visit during a hot day this place is quite a lovely resort and even though we (visiting with kids 5&14) only managed a total of 5 rides we were still happy to have experienc...  more »
  • Daylight robbery as with most Merlin entertainment. I had my Daughter in a wheelchair so only managed a few rides due to the queing. No railway to go up and down the hill how about a discount when tha...  more »
  • Booked a weekend break here, while we had a good time the queues were ridiculously long and with young children it was a bit of a nightmare. You can buy a Q bot which is £80 for the top one PER PERSON...  more »
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  • Excellent theme park for children under 12, my 5 year old loved every minute of our 2 days here as did my 18 month old. Plenty to do and see to keep them entertained. Better to go during term time as there were barely any ques, staff were saying that people were waiting in line for 80 minutes on the weekend and we were walking straight onto the ride. Food is a little expensive as is to be expected but there is plenty of choice, there is picnic areas should you wish to bring your own food.
  • Excellent theme park with loads to see and do for all ages. It's a full day out and you would be lucky to get everything fitted in in one day. Easy access with loads of parking and helpful staff. Loads of restaurants but we took a picnic but did struggle to find a suitable area to have it. Expect to queue for up to an hour for some of the more popular rides. You can buy a fast track band but they work out expensive for what already is an expensive day out , over £100 for two adults and one child. We got lucky with the weather and it was a fantastic day out and my little one still talks about it.
  • Great family day out. Best remember the height restrictions. Children below 90cm won't be allowed on any rides but they can do the adventure zones (the submarine is a MUST!) and lots if the fun fair type rides littered around . Above 130, they can go with friends also above 130. In between, they need to go with an adult. Fantastic day out that at the end of the day, both my 9/10 and 7/8 year old asked how soon we could go back!
  • Mostly disappointing. The staff were friendly and helpful, and the mini lands were enjoyable. This site is NOT run by Lego but by a UK multinational. It costs an eye-watering £60 per head to get in with no reduction for children aged over 3, and even a greedy extra £12 for parking. You need to find a discount voucher to get entry to a still hefty £30 per head. Then you find that some have paid extra to queue-jump on the rides, leaving those who 'merely' paid £60 to queue for even longer. This is despicable. You spend most of your time waiting in line. The rides are mediocre, inferior to any fairground, and not worth waiting for. A significant proportion were out of order when we went. The site is huge and many parts are unattractive due to ugly buildings and poor landscaping. There are very few benches in the grounds, apart from those reserved for paying restaurant guests. You have not paid £60 to sit down, it seems. The catering consists almost entirely of junk food, e.g. a choice of donuts or ice-cream at one emporium, and relentless marketing. We went to a 'creative' room where children could build Lego models, but only with rectangular shaped bricks, probably because they are cheaper. The exits are not signposted. I dread to think what would happen in an emergency. I overheard lots of tetchy conversations between parents and older children who were in actuality enduring a poor experience. Our two children, aged 5 and 2, claimed to have enjoyed the experience, but I didn't sense the exhilaration which was there after a visit to London Zoo, for example. It's awful. An 'attraction' to be avoided!
  • The hotel and resort are very nice. The staff is friendly and help out as much as possible. The rooms were clean and quiet which was awesome for a good nights sleep. Breakfast is buffet style with lots to choose from. The pool is a lot of fun and for all ages. Getting 30 minutes extra in the park is great but goes by very quickly. Overall the hotel is a lot of money so it was probably a one time purchase for us and not sure if the price we paid was really worth the overall $478 we paid for one night

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