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Legoland Windsor is one of Berkshire’s most popular places to visit. The theme park has plenty of rides and experiences to suit the whole family and makes for a wonderful day out. We have put together a few Top Tips to help you get the most out of your visit.
Top Tips for Visiting Legoland Windsor
- Download the free Legoland app for park information, map, queuing times, offers and exclusive features. Click here to find out more.
- Book parking and day passes in advance to save money. Click here for parking and here for park tickets.
- You can download the Legoland Windsor map here which is always handy to have printed or on your phone throughout the day.
- If you would like to visit the Lego Shop then we advise visiting it during the middle of the day when it is much quieter as it can get very busy at the end of the day when everyone is leaving the park.
- Some of the rides have height restrictions for safety so it might be worth checking the heights of your children in advance to save time and any disappointment on the day. You can see the list of ride height restrictions here.
- You can arrive at the park for 9.30am to explore Miniland before the rides open at 10am.
- Head to your favourite ride first to avoid long queuing times!
- Check the app or website for details of special events such as Spring Fest and Brick or Treat – the park will often have extra activities and shows during these times.
- All food units are cashless but it might be worth taking a few pound coins as there are opportunities for children to remotely steer their own vehicles at a couple of points in the park and these require cash.
- The pirate show in Heartlake City invite a couple of lucky audience members to be part of the show at each viewing – if you sit in one of the front seats near the big red buttons you have a better chance of being chosen!
- Legoland Windsor have several accessibility initiatives in place to help make the day out as relaxed and comfortable as possible for all guests. There is a Sensory room called The Total Sensory Space in Heartlake City. You can find out more about accessibility at Legoland Windsor here.
- When you arrive don’t forget to let Guest Services know if it is your child’s birthday – you will receive a special birthday badge.
- You can create your own custom Lego minifigure at the Lego shop from £12.99 per person. You can book this in advance. Click here to find out more.
- You can hire a Scooterbug for £10 (single) or £15 (double) to help get your belongings (and your children!) around the park. It can be a lot of walking for little legs. Find out more here.
- There are lockers near the main entrance should you wish to store any belongings while you explore the park.
- If you have a younger/pre-school aged child then you can head to the park on weekdays during term time with an Adult and Pre-schooler Ticket. There are plenty of attractions for younger children to enjoy and the park should be much quieter during the week. You can also purchase an Adult and Toddler Annual Pass.
You can read about our visit to 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;
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