Legoland Windsor is a place that brings the world of Lego alive. The park is dedicated to entertaining children from the ages of 3 to 12, but with so many rides, activities and live shows that take place on over 150 acres of land, there’s enough to keep the parents fully engaged in their children’s merriment.
The park has been consistently named one of the best leisure attractions in the UK. The reasons are self-evident as soon as you step through the Legoland entrance. There are water rides with Vikings, classic-themed Lego rides with Dragons and pirates, building workshops and myriad other attractions.
All in all, the park consists of 55 rides that span Lego’s history. The newest section of the park was DUPLO, opened in 2013 and geared towards the youngest. When you’re not distracted by smiling children eager for the next adventure, you’ll be able to admire astounding Lego constructions all over the park that encompass themes as fictional as Star Wars, as imaginary as Knights’ Kingdom and as real as English architecture.
Diversity of rides – There are so many rides here that you’ll be hard-pressed to see them all. In fact, the multi-day pass might be necessary. There are several pirate rides, traditional coasters like the dragon ride, and fairground rides like the Aero Nomad.
Interactive areas – Legoland Windsor is dedicated to a class of people whose attention is difficult at times to keep—children. But the park is fully prepared to meet their expectations. You’ll find interactive areas like Brickville, where kids can shop in the Princess Castle, bake cakes and fight fires. Then there are the mechanical diggers that kids can operate, the Laser Raiders shoot-em-up ride and the Castaway Camp where they can play pirates.
Resort Hotel – Unlike many theme parks, this hotel is on-site. There are regular and premium themed rooms. You can choose between Adventure-themed, Pirate and Kingdom. It will be enough to make the experience magical for the entire family.
Food options – The park is ready to deliver with grab-and-go options, candy shops, snack stands and full restaurants. Even in 150 acres, families will never be far from food and drink.
Shopping – Parents be advised: your kids will find Legos in Legoland. There’s a principle “Big” shop that has everything. But then there’s the Bazaar, the Star Wars Lego store, the Turret Shop for Kingdom Lego lovers, and more. Each shop is located in its dedicated section, whether that be the Egyptian Lego area, the Atlantis submarine section or the DUPLO Splash and Play.
After dark – Depending on the season, the park puts on after-dark light shows and extravaganzas. They shoot off fireworks and the place comes alive in a whole different light.
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