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Savings on Legoland entrance through NCT - Adults £18.50, Child £16.50, Children under 3 go free!

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LEGOLAND® Windsor NEW Kingdom of the Pharaohs. Explore even more at LEGOLAND® Windsor in 2009, with another new land, Kingdom of the Pharaohs. Journey deep into 1920s Egypt and unearth the brand n… Read More
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LEGOLAND® Windsor NEW Kingdom of the Pharaohs.
Explore even more at LEGOLAND® Windsor in 2009, with another new land, Kingdom of the Pharaohs. Journey deep into 1920s Egypt and unearth the brand new rides Laser Raiders and Scarab-bouncers.

Climb on-board the desert jeep and discover the secrets of the ancient temple in Laser Raiders. Armed with laser guns you must shoot targets and battle enemies on a journey to uncover lost treasure, but beware, who knows what you might find lurking in the dark.

LEGOLAND® Windsor brings out the hero in everyone. There are over 50 amazing interactive rides, attractions and shows for the whole family.


Park Open: 21st March 8th November 2009. For full dates visit http://www.LEGOLAND.co.uk

GREAT SAVINGS!

Adult (16yrs+) only £18.50

Child (3-15 yrs) only £16.50

Children under 3 years go FREE!

Standard Walk Up / Gate rates: - Adults £36 / Children £27

To book your tickets please telephone 0871 22 22 001 and quote NCT National Childbirth Trust
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#1
normal prices are a rip off - so i will vote hot on this - good for people who havent bought daily mail this week - BOGOF vouchers all week for attractions
1 Day Tickets

Adult: £37

Child/Senior: £28

Adult: £33.30

Child/Senior: £25.20

did see this on site - depends if it works out cheaper - especially if you are driving quite a distance
http://www.legolandhotels.co.uk/offers/summer-kids-go-free.html

1 night in hotel and entrance on certain dates
http://www.legoland.co.uk/planyourvisit/specialoffers.htm?NRMODE=Unpublished&wbc_purpose=Basic&WBCMODE=PresentationUnpublished
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#3
Was there yesterday. Way too busy with 1.5 hours wait for the Dragon roller coaster.
Won't go again till school hols are over.
#4
mekon;5989411
Was there yesterday. Way too busy with 1.5 hours wait for the Dragon roller coaster.
Won't go again till school hols are over.


Should have bought a q-bot
#5
there are some special offer tickets for selected mondays & thursdays available on the legoland website. all tickets are £15.75 wether adult or child. we are going on monday 28th september. would not have paid the on the gate price. how much?!?!
#6
rod147
Should have bought a q-bot


Sadly it is the only way. We packed in 13 rides in about 5 hours using one a fortnight ago.
#7
expensive......a month ago you could have got a child's season ticket (unlimited visits) for £10....
#8
I would love to go here. Might convince the Husband over the weekend!!
#9
allgone
I would love to go here. Might convince the Husband over the weekend!!


Arrive early and buy a q-bot if you can.
#10
Go during local term time and if you have little ones you and your toddler can get in for £15 at the gate
#11
Good deal, but you must get a q-bot: we got there at doors opening and the Pharoahs ride was already 1.5hrs long!!!!!
#12
If you are fed up with q's go to Legoland in Billund, Denmark. If you go in the last 2 weeks of August all the Danish kids are back at school. Also Ryanair fly from Stanstead to Billund. Just paid £30 for flights for 5 people return including tax! Legoland Denmark gets our vote everytime!
#13
Also found some special discounted tickets on the Legoland Website...
http://www.legoland.co.uk/planyourvisit/specialoffers.htm
This strictly limited new offer includes discounts of up to 55% off the gate price!
#14
Be carefull their better offers are usually 3pm admittance…
#15
Took my just turned 7yr old son to Legoland two weeks ago and he thought the place was proper babyish. Queued for about an hour for The Dragon. Should have gone to Chessington instead.
#16
r401caw
If you are fed up with q's go to Legoland in Billund, Denmark. If you go in the last 2 weeks of August all the Danish kids are back at school. Also Ryanair fly from Stanstead to Billund. Just paid £30 for flights for 5 people return including tax! Legoland Denmark gets our vote everytime!
Can't quite get it that cheap now, unless you meant £30 per person each way
#17
We were there for 12 hours a couple of weeks ago (opened late due to the long delays) and only managed 9 rides (about 10+ hours queuing), was a nightmare, as for the Q-Bot messages nice but at £10 per person on top of tickets is a bit rich! Also there isn’t anywhere for picnics really... way to busy!!!

We found whatever the sign said in the queue i.e. 45mins you had to double and add a little more as all the Q-Bot people jump the queue pushing you back!

Would be better if they controlled the number of visitors and filled all the rides to capacity. Other than that worth a visit.

Ironically at midday the queue for the Q-Bot booth was about 30 minutes... hehe
#18
I've got a 2.5 year old, is there lots to do there for him? I'm concerned as its free for under 3's there might be few rides he is eligile for, he's tall for 2.5, but I don't fancy a day of showing him rides he cannot go on !
#19
ecnirp98
I've got a 2.5 year old, is there lots to do there for him? I'm concerned as its free for under 3's there might be few rides he is eligile for, he's tall for 2.5, but I don't fancy a day of showing him rides he cannot go on !


Not many I'd say, if any. The ride staff have these long steel sticks that they walk about with which have a handle on either side that measures the height of the kids before they go on the rides. One handle is a foot or so higher than the handle on the other side so presumably there's two main standard height sizes for the majority of the rides. However I'd say they both looked higher than the size of a 2 1/2 year old kid.

I'd take him somewhere else. I think the reason why upto 3 year olds go free is to stop parents complaining that they paid for their two year old and couldn't get on any rides.
#20
ecnirp98
I've got a 2.5 year old, is there lots to do there for him? I'm concerned as its free for under 3's there might be few rides he is eligile for, he's tall for 2.5, but I don't fancy a day of showing him rides he cannot go on !


Don't bother until he's 1 metre tall there's little before then. From 1.3m they can go on their own.
#21
Don't bother until he's 1 metre tall there's little before then. From 1.3m they can go on their own.


It's actually 0.9m rather than 1m. Once they're 0.9m they can pretty much go on anything as long as they're accompanied by an adult.
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ecnirp98
I've got a 2.5 year old, is there lots to do there for him? I'm concerned as its free for under 3's there might be few rides he is eligile for, he's tall for 2.5, but I don't fancy a day of showing him rides he cannot go on !


I have a 2.5 year old who is quite small for his age and I have taken him there twice already. No he can't go on most of the rides and probably won't be able to even when he's 3 because he's a tiddler, but in the Duplo Land there are rides specifically for the under 3s and there are shows and a lot of things to look at, it's not all about the rides.
#23
Imzali
I have a 2.5 year old who is quite small for his age and I have taken him there twice already. No he can't go on most of the rides and probably won't be able to even when he's 3 because he's a tiddler, but in the Duplo Land there are rides specifically for the under 3s and there are shows and a lot of things to look at, it's not all about the rides.


Thanks for the advice, I think we will go and take a look around, I wasn't considering taking him on the big rides, I just wanted to make sure there were small rides he can go on, we were at blackpool pleasure beach a few weeks ago and he loved going on the toddlers rides there, sounds like he'll love Duplo land.
#24
does anyone know if you need to take NCT membership details with you
#25
Did anyone book ticket this way? I have pre booked tickets and received my confirmation through but have yet to actually pay for the tickets. Just wondering if anyone ese has done it?

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