LegoLand Windsor Tickets up to 50% off @ lastminute.com - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
65Expired

LegoLand Windsor Tickets up to 50% off @ lastminute.com £18.00

£18.00 @ lastminute.com
Lastminute have up to 50% off pre-booked tickets booked by 18th June 2009 All days excluding July 18 & 19 - to be booked by June 18 Adult = £18.00 (save 50%) Child = £18.00 (save £9) July 18 a…
kimbo_frog Avatar
7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Lastminute have up to 50% off pre-booked tickets booked by 18th June 2009

All days excluding July 18 & 19 - to be booked by June 18
Adult = £18.00 (save 50%)
Child = £18.00 (save £9)

July 18 and 19
Adult = £23.50 (save £12.50)
Child = £19.50 (save £7.50)

Usual prices
Adult = £36
Child = £27

Park access is free to children under three years


LEGOLAND Windsor brings out the hero in everyone. Theres over 50 amazing interactive rides, attractions and live shows for the whole family. Set in 150 acres of parkland and featuring nearly 55 million LEGO® bricks, its more fun than you can imagine for children aged 3-12 and their families.

New for 2009 is a whole new area, Kingdom of the Pharaohs, armed with laser guns journey deep into the temple on your mission to recover lost treasure in the new indoor ride, Laser Raiders. Still feeling brave? Then take a ride on Scarab Bouncers, boosting children to new heights, but beware this may leave you feeling a little jumpy.

If this isnt enough for your explorers then check out our fantastic special events this season which include the popular After Dark laser show and LEGOLAND Live! which will be over two days this year for even more family festival fun.

LEGOLAND LIVE! MY FIRST FESTIVAL: 18TH & 19TH JULY

For the first time, this fun festival which the whole family can enjoy together takes place over two days! Join in with the top children's acts headlining the show, or get involved with the circus skills workshops or any of the other activities in our grassy arena.
More From lastminute.com:

All Comments

(18) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
If your intending on going for Father's Day on sunday 21st June check the vouchers section
as Dads go FREE when you buy a childs ticket,
Unfortunatly cant be used with this offer.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/423068/dads-go-free-to-legoland-windsor-on
#3
not worth the money it was crap voted hot tho for thoes that have to go, its better than paying full price to be dissapointed
#4
ding
not worth the money it was crap voted hot tho for thoes that have to go, its better than paying full price to be dissapointed


have to agree, it's so busy your lucky to get on about 3 rides in the 8 hours it's open for:thumbsup:
#5
ding
not worth the money it was crap voted hot tho for thoes that have to go, its better than paying full price to be dissapointed


I have 3 kids and have been going twice a year for 11 years, they love it because they're young and love Lego, what were you expecting from Legoland?? It's for under 12's :roll:
#6
We went there a fortnight ago. Geez, what a load of old tosh!
OH and I were blinkered by the fact it's run by the same lot as Alton Towers - assumed it'd be great, but it was total ****!
When DS, aged 9 said he was fed up there, we breathed a sigh of relief and left.

We'd've done better to have spent the money on a day in London.
#7
If they're imaginative and like Lego, they'll like Legoland. If they're all about the wow factor of big rides, they won't
#8
LoubyLou74
I have 3 kids and have been going twice a year for 11 years, they love it because they're young and love Lego, what were you expecting from Legoland?? It's for under 12's :roll:


my kids were under 12 at the time, and 12 year old and under kids dont like to spend the whole day quing for rides that are a let down once you get on them. very old and dated if you ask me, its had its day, still if your kids like to look at faded lumps of lego then it is for you
#9
LoubyLou74
I have 3 kids and have been going twice a year for 11 years, they love it because they're young and love Lego, what were you expecting from Legoland?? It's for under 12's :roll:


if you love your kids you would never take them to legoland ever again:thumbsup:
#10
Its not my favorite place, but when Ive got under 5's to visit or friends that really dont do any rides or even grandparents Legoland is a good choice...
I personally spend my life inbetween Thorpe Park, Chessington and Alton towers as I have a merlin pass...But I have friends who would prefer to sit on some grass and have a picnic or let their kids run around in the play area....while Im on the rides with the bigger kids...Which they dont have at the other places.
I do agree there is far too much queuing and waiting around at Legoland, as compared with their counterparts. Which is why I do my best to go off peak.
I was totally frustrated one half-term waiting over an hour and half for a simple train ride...they just wouldnt get the train loaded and off again, they had to wait for 5 mins in between rides, so the people didnt have to put the barriers down over the path to stop pedestrians. At Thorpe Park the little train gets loaded and off they go...people dont really mind waiting at the barriers for a minute.
The other reason for going to Legoland is that in my experience the little ones prefer the quietness, as in Thorpe etc theres alot of ambient background noise and screaming from people. Which can make little ones not as happy to be there.
For those who like it its a good deal....
#11
LoubyLou74
I have 3 kids and have been going twice a year for 11 years, they love it because they're young and love Lego, what were you expecting from Legoland?? It's for under 12's :roll:


Less time in queues?

Start your day in Windsor queuing in the road in your car, but at least you'll have a great view of Windsor Castle.

Then having parked in a tiny sparking space queue for 25 minutes just to get in the front gate.

But don't worry, the queuing isn't over yet. 90 minutes of queuing just so the little ones can shift coloured plastic balls in a toy JCB for 4 minutes.

The driving school is nice, only 50 minutes queuing for that one.

So, go take in one of the live shows. Don't expect little ones to get a decent view, not unless you arrive against the fence 40 minutes before the show starts and stubbornly stand your ground to keep your place.

See the roller coaster queues, set up your vcamp beds, it's going to be a while.

To summarize, this is the perfect place to visit, if you like to do a lot of standing around.
#12
Toy jcb they are real jcb's !!! and parents are allowed to help
#13
I've promised to take my 6 year old in August. Having read these comments I'm worried it's going to be a total let down for us all! :-(
#14
ding
if you love your kids you would never take them to legoland ever again:thumbsup:


Faded lumps of Lego?? :roll: Oh dear, have some imagination :w00t:

My kids ask to go to Legoland. We're not stupid enough to go when it busy :roll: We go when we virtually have the park to ourselves.
#15
Blasphemous
I've promised to take my 6 year old in August. Having read these comments I'm worried it's going to be a total let down for us all! :-(


If he loves Lego, he'll love it :thumbsup:
#16
androoski
Less time in queues?

Start your day in Windsor queuing in the road in your car, but at least you'll have a great view of Windsor Castle.

Then having parked in a tiny sparking space queue for 25 minutes just to get in the front gate.

But don't worry, the queuing isn't over yet. 90 minutes of queuing just so the little ones can shift coloured plastic balls in a toy JCB for 4 minutes.

The driving school is nice, only 50 minutes queuing for that one.

So, go take in one of the live shows. Don't expect little ones to get a decent view, not unless you arrive against the fence 40 minutes before the show starts and stubbornly stand your ground to keep your place.

See the roller coaster queues, set up your vcamp beds, it's going to be a while.

To summarize, this is the perfect place to visit, if you like to do a lot of standing around.




OMFG! Anyone that goes to these places during a school holiday or weekend is completely stupid. You could say the same thing about any theme park! :roll: I take the kids out of school for the day and the car park's virtually empty and we get to go round and round on the rides without queuing.

They're REAL JCB diggers! :roll: And my kids have the imagination to enjoy using them!
#17
LoubyLou74


:roll: And my kids have the imagination to enjoy using them!


Mmmm. Nice.
#18
Well it's true :roll: Fancy grumbling about them being toy diggers, when they're real JCBs! Mine are the sort of kids that would sit in a fire engine and be excited. Theirs are obviously not!

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!