You don’t have to be the brightest block in the Lego-filled toy box to realise there’s something for everyone at Legoland Windsor.
Providing family fun-filled attractions suitable for kiddies aged 3-12, it’s easier to have fun at Legoland Windsor than it is to click two Lego bricks together – there are even friendly robots that can do your queuing for you!
With water rides, live shows, building workshops, driving schools and interactive rides set across pirate-infested waters, Viking-filled lands, castles with knights and kings, and Pharaoh-ruled empires – it’s easy to find adventure at Legoland.
Set in one of Her Majesty’s very favourite towns – the ancient town of Windsor – it’s almost safe to say that one will be amused by the attractions that await.
Children big and small can get one last chance for a final adventure in 2010 by heading to Legoland Windsor on 13 and 14th November – just before the park closes for the winter season ahead.
Remember to check our hotel and ticket packages for the best deals.
And in the spirit of “Lego” – which in Latin means “I assemble” (aren’t I clever!) – I’ve also put together some top picks below to help you get planning your Legoland adventure.
Almost as good as a trip to London itself, you’ll find a miniature version of St. Paul’s Cathedral – complete with a rotating model of the London Eye – made completely from Lego pieces!
Just as impressive are the models of London’s very own Trafalgar Square and the iconic Tower Bridge.
The Lego Crown Jewels
With one of Her Maj’s favourite castles set in historic Windsor, it’s only right that the Lego brick crown jewels sit proudly on display.
Now if only I could get my hands on the real gems…just for a moment…Rah Rah Rah!
Refine your Captain Jack Sparrow-style swagger at Legoland Windsor’s pirate training camp.
Yo-ho-ho! A pirate’s life is the life for me indeed!