Get 2FOR1 entry to this amazing family adventure park when you travel by train
Attracting 2.5 million visitors each year with its 55 magical rides and attractions, LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort is officially the most visited theme park in the UK. With plenty of attractions for all ages to discover, there’s no better place to head for the Easter holidays, half-term break or even a weekend day trip with your family. Whether you’re taking a wander through Miniland, with miniature LEGO® versions of famous landmarks from around the world, seeing the theme park from above from hot air balloons at Balloon School or sailing along in electric LEGO® boats, there’s something for everyone.
From how to get there and where to stay to things to do at LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort, our handy guide has it all. And when you travel by train with a National Rail train ticket, you can enjoy 2FOR1 entry!
Where is LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort?
LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort is located in Windsor, to the west of London in the county of Berkshire. LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort’s opening times vary, and it’s a popular day out so why not book ahead?
How do I get to LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort?
LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort is easy to get to from around Britain. It’s a popular destination, particularly on weekends and during school holidays, so avoid traffic and parking stress by taking public transport. What’s more, if you travel by train with a National Rail train ticket you can get 2FOR1 tickets to the resort.
From Windsor & Eton Riverside or Windsor & Eton Central, walk to Windsor Theatre Royal and take the 702 or 703 bus. There are three to four buses an hour every day, and the journey takes just 10 minutes.
Whether you’re heading to LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort for adrenaline-fuelled fun or to see what the world would look like if it was made from LEGO® bricks, children and grown-ups alike will love a day trip to this theme park.
There are 12 themed lands for you and your family to explore on your day trip or short break. The fun starts as soon as you reach The Beginning, with a vibrant themed entrance to welcome you. Children can have a splash at DUPLO Valley, wander through the castle at Knight’s Kingdom, and dig for gold in Pirate Shores.
Kids can try their hand at steering a boat and even get their own LEGOLAND® driving license in LEGO® City. Other lands include Miniland, LEGO NINJAGO World, Heartlake City, Kingdom of the Pharaohs, Land of the Vikings, Imagination and Adventure Land – there is something for everyone!
Rides and attractions
At LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort there are rides and attractions to suit all ages. For toddlers and little ones below the age of five, DUPLO Valley is a must-visit, with the DUPLO® Express and the chance to be a pilot at DUPLO® Airport. Little ones can see the theme park from above in Aero Nomad, or learn to drive at L-Drivers, plus they’ll have a whale of a time on Thunder Blazer.
For older children, The Dragon roller coaster is an exhilarating experience, along with swinging on the Jolly Rocker and enjoying the rapids at the Viking River Splash. If they’re not into rides, there are plenty of other attractions at LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort, such as the Games Zone, filled with all the best LEGO® games on PlayStation®4, and the Fairy Tale Brook where you’ll spot everything from princesses to magical creatures and creative LEGO® masterpieces.
Shows and entertainment
The shows and exciting entertainment at LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort are sure to keep kids captivated regardless of whether you’re visiting for a fun family day out, a school trip or a birthday party. Look out for meet and greet points around the theme park for breaks between rides and enjoy everything the shows have to offer. Head to the Haunted House Monster Party to meet Lord Vampyre and his Monster Friends, or if you and your family love music, the LEGO® Friends Musical Meet & Greet is well worth a watch. Younger children will be loving the DUPLO® Valley Theatre, with classic fairy tales and a dash of comedy. Feel the elements as you experience the LEGO® Movie™ 4D A New Adventure or get ready for lots of laughs while watching LEGO® City 4D - Officer in Pursuit.
Food and drink
While you’re enjoying a thrilling day out at LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort, you’re sure to work up an appetite, so enjoy a feast at one of the many eateries throughout the park. There are plenty of options to suit an array of dietary requirements including vegetarian and vegan choices.
For a sit-down meal, head to The Tournament Tavern to devour delicious mains, desserts and a side of fun with dry ice displays, a sleeping LEGO® dragon and some surprises from the servers. Alternatively, dig into tasty meals at City Walk Pizza & Pasta or Pirate’s Burger Kitchen.
For those looking to cover as much of the park as possible in one day, or when you need a quick pick-me-up, there are plenty of places to grab snacks on the move such as LEGOLAND® Coffee Co., Sweet Stop and the Heartlake City Ice Cream Parlour.
Places to stay at LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort
Whether you’re heading to the LEGO®-filled attraction for a summer holiday adventure, a Christmas holiday treat or a special occasion, why not stay a night for more time to explore everything LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort has to offer. Ideal for convenience and adding that magic touch to your trip, staying on-site at one of the two themed hotels is a great option.
The LEGOLAND® Resort Hotel is located in the heart of the park and features themed rooms for pirates, princesses, LEGO® NINJAGO® fans and more. The mystical LEGOLAND® Castle Hotel is inspired by knights, wizards and lands far away, with rooms to match. A stay at this hotel includes theme park tickets, an in-room treasure hunt, a free LEGOLAND® gift, a PlayStation 4 in the room, free Wi-Fi and more.
There are also plenty of hotels nearby to suit every budget and preference, and the LEGOLAND®’s partner hotels come with many of the same perks too.
LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort accessibility
If you require accessibility support during your visit to LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort, be sure to contact the park with your accessibility enquiry ahead of your trip and they will do their best to accommodate your needs. You can also see which rides are accessible and apply for a Ride Access Pass, which enables you to access plenty of rides with assistance from park staff.