Things to do at Legoland Windsor review
Legoland near Windsor is one of the most expensive attractions in the UK. It is also one of the busiest. When we visited we struggled to get on many of the rides as the queues were just too long. If you can afford it you can reduce your waiting time by purchasing instant ride access. There is also an app which can help you plan your visit. It is an idea to target the rides you really want to go on first thing and allow yourselves all day at the park.
Rides at Legoland Windsor include Ninjago the ride within a themed area. Plus a spinning spider, river rapids ride and a dragon rollercoaster. Spinning knights quest carrousel and a dragon roller coaster for smaller kids. Pirate boat ride and a pirate ship. Swing ride, laser raiders, balloon rides, bouncy ride and a carousel.
There is a train and a horse-themed spinning disk ride. Plus a ‘driving school’ for big and little kids, more water rides and a haunted house monster party ride. They even have a submarine ride. Some of the rides have height restrictions and most of the rides are in Lego themed areas.
Other attractions include a pirate-themed play area and a pirate gold wash. Lego games zone, shows and meet and greets. There is a splash pad during the warmer months and a mini-land full of Lego miniatures of places around the world.
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FAQ and Further Information Legoland Windsor
Is there food and drink available?
There is plenty of eating places on-site selling hot and cold food and drinks. They get very busy very quickly so we recommend eating early. You can picnic outdoors.
What are the main things to do?
A range of rides to suit children of all ages, some have height restrictions. There are play areas, shows, meet and greets, a seasonal splash pad and a miniature Lego world. There are toilets on-site and lots of choice for places to eat.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Very expensive. Paying on the day is not recommended as prices are over £50 each. There are many different offers run via different companies throughout the year which are worth getting such as buy 1 get 1 free or half-price ticket offers.
Is there parking?
There is parking, charges apply.
When are they open?
Opening days for Legoland Windsor varies throughout the year and they are often shut on some mid weekdays in the winter. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Assistance dogs are permitted but not on the rides.
Are they accessible?
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