Legoland Windsor

Legoland Windsor

Let your imagination roam at Legoland Windsor

Legoland Windsor: a theme park dedicated to the world of Lego, it is situated 30 miles from London and offers a great day out for all the family.

Highlights

  • Get soaking wet on the Viking River Splash
  • Scream loudly and wave your hands in the air on the Dragon Ride
  • Learn to drive at the Lego Driving School

What to see and do

There are over fifty attractions at Legoland Windsor, some suitable for babies and toddlers, some for older children and teens, and many for all ages. The majority of the attractions and rides are aimed at children aged between 3 and 12. The park is divided into 12 themed zones:

The Beginning

The Beginning bright and colourful zone is where you will find ticket sales, information about the site, helpful assistants and much more. And it is also the location of the Hill Train, a funicular ride, and several gift shops and eating areas.

Adventure Land

Located around a large lake at the southern end of the park, Adventure Land is the home of the Atlantis Submarine Voyage, which takes visitors on an intrepid underwater adventure as they join Lego divers to discover the lost secrets of Atlantis. The latest attraction of Adventure Land is the spooky Haunted House Monster Party.

The Imagination Centre

The Imagination Centre is the location of the parks, educational workshops and offers the opportunity for kids to immerse themselves in everything Lego!

Duplo activities

Children under the age of three will love Lego Miniland, where the rides and activities have no height or safety restrictions and no tedious queues. Three to five-year-olds can learn to drive on adorable Lego cars or go on the Atlantis Submarine Voyage, although an adult must accompany guests under 1.3m. There is no shortage of rides to appeal to younger guests, such as the Duplo Train and the Duplo Valley Airport.

Fire Academy

Fire academy is fun for all the family. Climb aboard a fire engine and work as a team to put out a pretend fire. Your child has the chance to be a real-life hero as fitness, problem-solving skills and speed are tested to the limit!

The Lego Ninjago Ride

One of the newest rides in Legoland, the Lego Ninjago Ride is a thrilling 4D interactive experience that allows you to use hand skills to demonstrate your prowess as a Ninja warrior. You collect points for completing training and battle efforts throughout the ride, and scores are displayed at the end of the quest.

Lego Miniland

This area has been described as the heart of Legoland. It is suitable for all ages and consists of famous building and landmarks from around the world, all constructed from Lego.

Land of the Vikings

Jump on a raft and race down the rapids of Viking’s River Splash, sail away on stormy seas on the Longboat Invader, get dizzy on the Spinning Spider or lose yourself in the enormous hedge maze of Loki’s Labyrinth.

Did you know? (4 interesting facts!)

  1. Nearly 1,000 employees work at Legoland.
  2. Approximately 47 million bricks are used throughout the park.
  3. One of the most impressive models in Lego Miniland is the London Eye. It is nearly nine feet tall and rotates realistically slowly – five times an hour!
  4. Legoland is located on over 150 acres of parkland which was once the home of Windsor Safari Park.

History

  • 1993: The building of Legoland begins on the site of the former Windsor Safari Park.
  • 1996: Legoland opens to the public.
  • 1998: Castle land opens and is now known as Knights Kingdom.
  • 2000: Wave Surfer opens.
  • 2011: World first ride Atlantis Submarine Voyage opens in Adventure Land.

Facilities and accessibility

Legoland is open from March to the end of October.

Free wifi is available throughout the park, and there are charging points at five locations.

There are many places where you can buy refreshments scattered throughout the park, such as Fun Town Slushies in Fun Town and the Burger Kitchen in Lego City.

Legoland Windsor is very accessible to visitors with disabilities. While some rides may not be suitable for all, all main pathways are wheelchair accessible, and members of Guest Services are on hand to assist if necessary (such as helping to push a wheelchair up the hill towards the Hill Ride).

Assistance dogs are welcome in the park but are unfortunately not permitted on any of the rides.