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Accessibility at Legoland Windsor

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Legoland Windsor is one of Berkshire’s most popular places to visit. The theme park is jam packed with rides and experiences for all ages. Legoland have also worked hard to ensure the theme park is easily accessible to all guests. Read this blog post to find out how.

Accessibility at Legoland Windsor

Ride Access Pass – This is a system devised to help guests who require extra assistance or are unable to queue due to a condition or disability. This allows them access to the rides via a queuing system for themselves and up to three people (one of which must be age 14+). You can find out more here.

Accessibility Flashcards – These images help to visually show the entry and exit to each of the rides. You can find out more and view the cards here. These will help you to plan your day and also give visitors an idea of what to expect from each ride.

Sensory Guide – This useful guide contains information for guests with additional sensory needs. It details information on the sensory elements at various attractions (ie strobe lighting, scents and smells, loud noises etc). You can see the guide here.

Sensory Space – The Total Sensory Space is located in Heartlake City and provides a quiet, calm indoor space for visitors with additional sensory needs. You can find out more here.

Legoland Windsor
Total Sensory Space

Quiet Areas – There are several areas of the park which are quieter and more relaxed should you wish to escape some of the noise and action of the rides for a little while. The Enchanted Forest, Miniland, The Model Maker Studio and the Total Sensory Room are all quieter areas. The Lego Store also has a quiet hour from 12-1pm every day when the music will be turned off. You can read more here.

Legoland Windsor

Assistance and Guide Dogs – Guide dogs are welcomed at the theme park. Please read more here.

You can find more information regarding accessibility at Legoland Windsor on their website here.

You can read about our visit to Legoland Windsor here and our Top Tips for Visiting Legoland Windsor here.

Hotels near Legoland Windsor

If you are travelling from afar or just want to add onto the day out to make it more of an adventure, you can read about where to stay near Legoland Windsor here.

What else is there to do in Windsor?

If you are planning on staying in the area after your visit to Legoland Windsor you might like to take some time exploring the royal town of Windsor. These blog posts might help you decide what to do while you’re there;

15 Free Things to Do in Windsor

20 Family Friendly Things to do in Windsor

Parks and Playgrounds in Windsor

Changing of the Guard in Windsor

Walks in Windsor and Maidenhead

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