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Legoland, is it any good?

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Thinking of taking my 2 boys there next year, for 2 days, although ive been told its not great, ive looked on the internet and it does look brill. My boys will be 1 and 3 and a half when we are plann… Read More
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
Thinking of taking my 2 boys there next year, for 2 days, although ive been told its not great, ive looked on the internet and it does look brill.
My boys will be 1 and 3 and a half when we are planning on going, what does everyone think? good idea or not?
thanks!
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Ok not brilliant, think 2 days is pushing it a bit!
#2
Went a 2 years ago with son then aged 4, he had a great time, got a driving license from the small driving track, there are 2 tracks for different ages, a couple of good rides, and lots to see, well worth a visit.
#3
Very good for younger children (2 - 7) and some nice rides but two days will be overkill at this place!
#4
Legoland is a very good theme park for the 3 and half year old, I live in the area and used to have the Annual Pass and take my daughter when she was that age most saturday for a couple of hours and she loved it.

I would say that for the 1 year old is a bit too young for it. Also going this time of the year might be a bit too cold for them, specially for the water rides but is still good fun.

I guess Legoland is great for kids between 3 until they are like 9 or maybe 10.

It's very nice though but is very expensive and with the New "fast track system" they just made it worse. I can not believe they are charging for the fast track that is so wrong. The normal queues now are a lot longer because of that.

Any other theme park (Disneyland, etc) that I have been the fast track is free but they only let you do one at a time. But in Legoland you pay extra (per person) and you get as many fast tracks as you can. So in the end works out really expensive or very long queues. I guess if money is not an issue then it would be fine. But I still think is not right that fast track.

The ironic thing is that the queue to buy the fast track is huge:-D so I guess one way or the other you will spend time in queues. (At least during the summer, I have never been this time of the year so not sure how busy is at the moment)
#5
2 days might be a tad too long winded but they should enjoy it at that age.
Drink plenty of redbull to keep you awake as you are gonna need it!

:)
#6
Best time to go is when they have the fireworks display on, the last day of this year was the 8th november and they had about 30 star wars costumed members there.

Could be same next year?

http://www.windsor.gov.uk/site/things-to-do/walking-and-guided-tours/legoland-lego-star-wars-fireworks-p349491
#7
Also if you have Tesco Clubcard vouchers, then look to trade these in on the Tesco site in exchnage for Days Out - Legoland is one of them and it makes it a darn site cheaper!
#8
I took my 3 and 6 yo this summer and thought it was fab.

MAKE SURE you take some swimming clothes if you go as there is a really fun little wet park with fountains and stuff for them to play on
#9
its amazing....got a 5 and a 2 year old and we go every year!

been taking two year old before he was one
banned#10
melmorc
Also if you have Tesco Clubcard vouchers, then look to trade these in on the Tesco site in exchnage for Days Out - Legoland is one of them and it makes it a darn site cheaper!


Have these not been withdrawn now? (I know I read they were going to stop them!)
#11
guv
Have these not been withdrawn now? (I know I read they were going to stop them!)


Nope - my hubbie has just swapped a load of Clubcard Vouchers for eating out and there was still the Legoland offer. This was last night.
banned#12
melmorc
Nope - my hubbie has just swapped a load of Clubcard Vouchers for eating out and there was still the Legoland offer. This was last night.


Cool. There was a post here a short while ago saying they were stopping all those offers. Maybe it was notice they were going? (I didnt really pay too much attention - I wanted the merlin annual offer - but rarely shop at Tesco - or use any of these loyalty cards!)

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