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Legoland Windsor Resort, Windsor

Categories: Children’s Museums, Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks, Museums, Tourist Spots
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2.6/5 based on 13,000+ reviews on the web
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. Put Legoland Windsor Resort on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Windsor travel itinerary planner.
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  • Just returned from a great day out with two 5-year olds (Sat 15th Oct). We'd read all the reviews, guides, tips and ideas from all other sites and so went prepared. Pre-booked tickets and parking onli...  read more »
  • I just wanted to highlight how accommodating staff were at Legoland today, when we visited with a member of our party being in a wheel chair. Not having been out and about in this situation before (th...  read more »
  • We had tickets for our two children to get in free but the shock of paying £105.80 for a day out is still sinking in. This is Disneyland pricing but this place is not on the same scale. It all seemed ...  read more »
  • A magic place for Lego lovers, a clean welcoming park with plenty of places to eat and rest. As all similar parks queues are a pain, but can't be helped. I take my family every year, and never gets boring. Food expensive but good quality, all places clean and efficient. Bring walking shoes, it's a large park, and bring money because there's no known way to man of walking past the Lego store on the way out without buying some more Lego!
  • Overall satisfied, needs more theme in some areas of the park. Some areas you would not know it was Lego. Expensive for one day holiday 2 day package much better value and the park needs 2 days. Queue for log flume is far too long 80minutes wait for 2 minute ride! Star wars exhibit was awesome and needs to be promoted more we nearly missed it. Loved the visit please make more of the Lego element in all areas and this will be as good as Disneyland.
  • Considering the weather we had a lovely time at Legoland. My boys aged 6 and 9 found all the rides to be exciting. The food was of a good quality at the various kiosks although the service at them was a little on the slow side. The water park was excellent, well worth taking some spare clothes for. All the ride attendants and helpers were very friendly and helpful. The Lego shops were of the usual Lego standard and without a theme park tax which was suprising. Was nice to be able to see nearly all the ranges all in one place. Overall we had a wonderful weekend
  • Legoland is great fun for kids aged 5 plus (or adventurous toddlers!!). Staff are helpful and pleasant, rides are fun for kids and obviously everyone loves Lego! It can get really busy and some rides have seen better days. Also, brace yourself for an expensive day out (once you have been made to buy a Lego set or two - much cheaper on Amazon). But, overall a great family day out.
  • Fantastic visit, excellent fun for our 1 yr old and 9 year old alike. They were easily able to use most of the facilities together, the 1 yr old was easily frustrated at any queue longer than 15 minutes, which in fairness was a rarity. Lots to look at and we have excellent pictures of our day.
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