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At Legoland Windsor, there’s something for kids of all ages. From Duplo attractions for the littler ones to elaborate Lego cities, there’s plenty to explore on a day out with the family. This year, with fresh additions, never-seen-before models and activities, there’s more than ever on offer.

At the park

Kids and adults alike will love the new replicas added to Miniland Explore the World. Making use of 12000 bricks, landmarks from four countries – China, India, Russia and Australia – have been introduced to accompany the assortment of European monuments already installed.

Once you’ve finished with the Taj Mahal and the Sydney Opera House, Miniland USA offers reconstructions of famous American sights, including a 4.4 metre tall Empire State Building. See the President in the White House, follow cars along Route 66, and search for aliens at Nevada’s Area 51 while you wander around the miniature Land of the Free. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for some of the model makers’ smaller details.

For a more interactive experience, Lego Reef features the opportunity to build your own digital fish, feed it, and watch it swim faster around the virtual aquarium. Head to the building stations to get hands on with real Lego bricks, and build crabs, starfish and submarines with the kids.

Family at Miniland USA Legoland Windsor
Little ninjas are bound to appreciate some of the newest accommodation available at Legoland. The Ninjago premium rooms contain 10 Lego models, from weapons to dragon eggs, and hold a secret safe hiding a special Lego surprise. If your kids are Ninjago fans, see the Master of the 4th Dimension 4D movie, newly added to the park, complete with water and fire special effects.
Ninjago room Legoland Windsor

In Windsor

While you’re at the resort, take a day out to explore its environs. Go to see Windsor Castle, host to the royal wedding, and follow the path Harry and Meghan took on their big day. Visit during the changing of the guard, which is bursting with ceremonial pomp and always draws a crowd. But if you don’t fancy the steep entrance fees, you don’t have to miss out; Miniland has just introduced a 60,000 brick re-enactment of the event, starring the Lego Royal Family themselves.

Elsewhere in Windsor, there are more chances to explore. With child friendly restaurants, riverboat trips and the expansive Great Park – where much of the Harry Potter footage was filmed – there’ll be lots to keep you busy and wear the kids out before you head back to the hotel for more Lego-themed fun!

The lowdown: Legoland Windsor

How to get there

If travelling by car, the park is just two miles from Windsor town centre.

It’s within easy reach from the M25 (Junction 13) and clearly signed from the M3 (Junction 3), M4 (Junction 6) and all approach roads.

Alternatively catch the train direct from London Waterloo to Windsor & Eton Riverside on South West Trains. Approximate journey time from London Waterloo is less than 1 hour. There is a shuttle bus service to the park from the station, for times visit www.legolandshuttle.com.

Where to stay

Stay in the Legoland Windsor Resort Hotel with themed rooms, a dragon-guarded entrance and pirate splash pool. LEGO NINJAGO themed rooms are available from £135pp for a family of 4. Price includes breakfast and park tickets for two days.

Tickets

Themepark day tickets are from £32 per person. Standard parking is £6.

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