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Legoland is situated a couple of miles west of Windsor Town on the edge of Windsor Great Park. Legoland Windsor opened in 1996 on the former site of Windsor Safari Park and has gradually grown into what it is today, one of the most popular theme parks around London.
The theme park is aimed at younger kids between 3 and 12. Each year new rides and attractions are added. There are over 55 amazing interactive rides, attractions and live shows for the whole family.
Set in 150 acres of parkland, it is a fun day for children aged 3-12 and their families. Age, height and weight restrictions apply on some rides.
Young and old alike will be fascinated by the incredible Lego models throughout the park. From comical camels to fearsome fire-breathing dragons, world landmarks to musical pirates, it's amazing what can be built with Lego bricks - nearly 55 million of them!
The park is not open all year, the season lasts from about early March until the end of October, with a special seasonal opening in December (weekends only and the week before Christmas). Opening time is 10am with closing time dependent on the time of year and day of the week, between 5pm and 8pm.
Legoland is run by Merlin and there are various passes you can purchase for the entire year or for multiple attractions, that will save you money. Find out more about Legoland tickets
LEGOLAND WINDSOR ONLINE DEALS & OFFERS
• Online saver tickets • All-inclusive tickets • Annual passes • VIP experiences • Extras such as meal deals, parking etc.
Legoland Windsor is huge and you would struggle to get round it all in one day, even without queuing.
There are several 'Kingdoms': The Beginnings, Heartlake City, The Vikings, Lego City, Adventure Land, Pirate Shores, DUPLO Valley and more.
You will get access to around 55 rides, plus entrance to the Lego 4D Movie Theatre and the Harbour Show as well as the Miniland Model Displays themselves.
DUPLO® Valley is a splash area with multiple slides and water jets for the kids to have free play in.
In addition children aged 6-13 can have their own driving adventures with The Lego City Driving School; a driving track for electric cars complete with roundabouts and traffic lights.
A popular new ride is the world-first Atlantis Submarine Voyage - a magical underwater adventure, in the search for the ancient ruins of the Atlantis.
There is an Imagination Centre featuring a Discovery Zone and much more.
A couple of rides, such as the Remote Control Boats and the Climbing Wall carry an extra charge.
If you wish to make your time at Legoland longer than one day, or are coming from further afield, Legoland Windsor has its own Lego-themed Resort Hotel for you to stay in, complete with nightly entertainment and its own swimming pool.
You can stay in the new Legoland Castle Hotel, a Lego hotel in medieval style complete with wizard and knight theme.
Alternatively, we list here a range of nearby hotels with good access to , that will save you a few pounds.
We have a separate page where we discussed accommodation near Legoland Windsor:
There are plenty of food options when visiting Legoland, Windsor, from ice-cream parlours dotted around the park, to multiple cafe's, a Burger Kitchen, Baguette Bar, Lego City BBQ, Knights Table Rotisserie and more.
If you wish to bring your own food there is an onsite picnic area where you can sit. This can get full in summer months, so you may wish to be flexible in where you eat.
Food at all the restaurants is aimed to be nutritionally balanced. If you have any specific dietary requirements you are advised to contact the park's Guest Services team at least 24 hours in advance of your visit. An email can be found on the main website.
At the Legoland Resort Hotel there are the Legoland Bricks Family Restaurant for meals or the Skyline Bar for snacks.
For motorists Legoland is quite easy, just get off at the Windsor turn off, junction 6 of the M4 or junction 3 of the M3. At popular times the approaches to Legoland can be very congested if you come off the M4 option, so expect a tedious last couple of miles.
Do note, there is a parking charge at Legoland once you are there. This can be purchased from the Ticket Booths or Guest Services at any time during your day. Annual Pass/ Premium Merlin Pass holders get free parking.
By public transport there is a Legoland bus that shuttles during opening hours between Legoland and the two Windsor railway stations and Windsor Castle. This shuttle service is operated by the local bus company, not Legoland and there is a charge.
There is also a Green Line Legoland bus service that starts at London Victoria and goes direct to Legoland Windsor via Windsor, frequencies are around hourly. However most people will take the train to Windsor, then the shuttle bus.
Yes, of course we can provide direct transfers from your hotel whether it be in Central London or Heathrow Airport. But Legoland is also very close to Heathrow Airport so is an ideal way to spend the last day if you have a flight - we will take care of the luggage.
Meet you at the airport or your hotel - We will meet you at the airport straight off your flight in the passenger terminal or perhaps your Central London or Gatwick/Heathrow airport hotel.
Transport you & your luggage to Legoland - We have vehicles that range from a small car to a large touring bus. So whatever the size of your party we can accommodate them.
Securely store your luggage while you are in Legoland - While you explore Legoland we we will look after your luggage.
Flat fee however long you stay in LEGOLAND - No waiting time fees, we are based in the Windsor area so we won't charge you for a driver parked up doing nothing.
Return you & luggage to airport / hotel - At an agreed time we will pick you up from in front of Windsor Castle and drive you and your luggage to the airport or your hotel.