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Aug + Sep Legoland Tickets for 2 Adults & 2 Children + 1 Night Hotel (4* Holiday Inn + more) with breakfast from £110 @ Budget Family Breaks
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Aug + Sep Legoland Tickets for 2 Adults & 2 Children + 1 Night Hotel (4* Holiday Inn + more) with breakfast from £110 @ Budget Family Breaks

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Aug + Sep Legoland Tickets for 2 Adults & 2 Children + 1 Night Hotel (4* Holiday Inn + more) with breakfast from £110 @ Budget Family Breaks
Refreshed 29th Jul (Posted 17th Jul)

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Update 2
New dates added for August and September. Prices from £110 (2A/2C) in September and £141 (2A/2C) in August including Legoland tickets and hotel stay with breakfast. See post for dates.
August and September (July sold out) family getaway to Legoland Windsor resort and nearby overnight accommodation in Holiday Inn Reading / Farnborough with breakfast (other hotel options available). Prices £110-£141 based on Legoland tickets for 2 adults and 2 children and a nights hotel stay (the cheaper £110 price is based on September - may work out if you have pre school children). The same deal for 2 adults and 1 child works out at £95 to £124, other combinations available. I have listed date availability and hotel/ticket packages below at time of posting.

A number of extra safety measures have been introduced with Legoland Windsor awarded the VisitEngland “We’re Good to Go” charter mark.

  • Operating with a limited capacity /low occupancy
  • Social distancing in queues
  • Staff wearing protective clothing
  • Guests will be required to wear a face covering/mask in order to go on a small number of rides at LEGOLAND Windsor.
  • Cards rather than cash
  • Temperature checks on arrival
  • Different seating arrangements on rides
  • Vast majority of rides and attractions open - a few are closed - more info here
  • FAQ's about your visit - plus see the video below if you plan to visit







Holiday Inn Reading South Stay + Legoland Tickets

  • £141 (4 people) or £123 (3 people) Holiday Inn Reading South - August 1/9/16/28-31
  • £110 (4 people) or £95 (3 people) Holiday Inn Reading South - September 11/13/18/20/25/28
  • £127 (4 people) or £112 (3 people) Holiday Inn Reading South - September 4/6/12/19

Price includes hotel stay with breakfast, kids goody bags and Legoland theme park tickets, free parking. Holiday Inn Reading is 18 miles from the theme park.

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Holiday Inn Reading Farnborough Stay + Legoland tickets

  • £142 (4 people) or £124 (3 people) Holiday Inn Farnborough - August 1-31
  • £128 (4 people) or £113 (3 people) Holiday Inn Farnborough - September 1-6/12/13/17-20/27

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Price includes hotel stay with breakfast, kids goody bags plus cookies 🍪 and Legoland theme park tickets, free parking. Holiday Inn Farnborough is 18 miles from the theme park.





Holiday Inn Express Slough+ Legoland Tickets

  • £142 (4 people) or £124 (3 people) Express by Holiday Inn Slough -August 7/8/9/14/15/1/28/29/30
  • £128 (4 people) or £113 (3 people) Express by Holiday Inn Slough - September 4/5/6/11/12/13/18/19/20/25/26/27

Price includes hotel stay with breakfast, and Legoland theme park tickets, parking is extra. Holiday Inn Express Slough is 5 miles from the theme park.

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Community Updates
Update 1
Date availability updated and more hotel options added.
Top comments
Legoland is soul destroyingly busy at the best of times and queues are ridiculous, I cannot imagine how bad it will be with social distancing measures in place
majorwedgy66617/07/2020 16:07

Legoland is soul destroyingly busy at the best of times and queues are …Legoland is soul destroyingly busy at the best of times and queues are ridiculous, I cannot imagine how bad it will be with social distancing measures in place


Just came back from there a couple of days ago,average waiting time is about 30 minutes for the more popular rides,place is very overrated the submarine and haunted house are both closed as well
I have never found this place relaxing. Its stress stress stress all the way. From getting there on the rubbish B roads, then on arrival getting screwed for parking on muddy grass, then queuing to get in and feeling at the gate you need to take out a second mortgage to pay for your tickets, then paying 4 x over for drinks and food, then queuing hours for a 2 minute ride and massive crowds - absolutely horrible experience. Done it once, never again


I had more fun with the kids at a local village fair ground than this over hyped, run down dump.
Edited by: "colombo" 18th Jul
I would check the App for Q times before you book , low capacity does not mean short Q times as the rides cant run at full capacity

You will be standing around for hours to go on rides ,
Edited by: "deanos" 17th Jul
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Legoland is soul destroyingly busy at the best of times and queues are ridiculous, I cannot imagine how bad it will be with social distancing measures in place
I would check the App for Q times before you book , low capacity does not mean short Q times as the rides cant run at full capacity

You will be standing around for hours to go on rides ,
Edited by: "deanos" 17th Jul
Thanks. Booked for next Saturday night, only £97 for the Reading hotel with breakfast and 1 days park entrance for 2 adults and two kids.
majorwedgy66617/07/2020 16:07

Legoland is soul destroyingly busy at the best of times and queues are …Legoland is soul destroyingly busy at the best of times and queues are ridiculous, I cannot imagine how bad it will be with social distancing measures in place


Just came back from there a couple of days ago,average waiting time is about 30 minutes for the more popular rides,place is very overrated the submarine and haunted house are both closed as well
Great if you don't mind the long queues, avoid the weekend if you can although with summer holidays upon on is; everyday is probably hectic there.
Good find 🔥
Dakota77717/07/2020 18:31

Great if you don't mind the long queues, avoid the weekend if you can …Great if you don't mind the long queues, avoid the weekend if you can although with summer holidays upon on is; everyday is probably hectic there.


most of the big Merlin parks have been full anyway , i have been watching the apps most days regular 2 hour Q's at Alton and Thorpe , kids have been off school for weeks and many furlowed people about so they are busier than normal, possible in September when kids go back should be a lot better
Edited by: "deanos" 17th Jul
majorwedgy66617/07/2020 16:07

Legoland is soul destroyingly busy at the best of times and queues are …Legoland is soul destroyingly busy at the best of times and queues are ridiculous, I cannot imagine how bad it will be with social distancing measures in place


It'll be a lot better because they won't be meeting so many people in, I'd have thought
Thanks thought about it then got reminded why I won’t go when I read the Visit England’s fun sapping rules.
paul.williamsA4v17/07/2020 18:21

Just came back from there a couple of days ago,average waiting time is …Just came back from there a couple of days ago,average waiting time is about 30 minutes for the more popular rides,place is very overrated the submarine and haunted house are both closed as well


The haunted house is one of the better ones
paul.williamsA4v17/07/2020 18:21

Just came back from there a couple of days ago,average waiting time is …Just came back from there a couple of days ago,average waiting time is about 30 minutes for the more popular rides,place is very overrated the submarine and haunted house are both closed as well


Submarine was open last Sunday, so maybe you just went on a bad day. Haunted house one is closed for the time being
how do you pick the day you want to go on?
Bizzle8317/07/2020 19:35

It'll be a lot better because they won't be meeting so many people in, I'd …It'll be a lot better because they won't be meeting so many people in, I'd have thought


don't forget the rides are running at lower capacity, and they stop to clean them down every 30 mins so there is still long Q times even with less guests, download the app and you can follow the live Q times
Edited by: "deanos" 17th Jul
majorwedgy66617/07/2020 16:07

Legoland is soul destroyingly busy at the best of times and queues are …Legoland is soul destroyingly busy at the best of times and queues are ridiculous, I cannot imagine how bad it will be with social distancing measures in place


They have a cap on the number of people allowed. If you are a merlin passholder, you book in advance and pay £1 for each person. So don't expect that it will be very crowded during Coronavirus times
deanos17/07/2020 20:21

don't forget the rides are running at lower capacity, and they stop to …don't forget the rides are running at lower capacity, and they stop to clean them down every 30 mins so there is still long Q times even with less guests, download the app and you can follow the live Q times


Would you mind sharing with us which app is that?
millenium918/07/2020 01:19

Would you mind sharing with us which app is that?


Yes go to play store and look for Legoland Windsor app, and Alton tower etc , they all.show live Q times , good for having an idea which are best days , although this year is totally different to normal
I have never found this place relaxing. Its stress stress stress all the way. From getting there on the rubbish B roads, then on arrival getting screwed for parking on muddy grass, then queuing to get in and feeling at the gate you need to take out a second mortgage to pay for your tickets, then paying 4 x over for drinks and food, then queuing hours for a 2 minute ride and massive crowds - absolutely horrible experience. Done it once, never again


I had more fun with the kids at a local village fair ground than this over hyped, run down dump.
Edited by: "colombo" 18th Jul
colombo18/07/2020 09:38

I have never found this place relaxing. Its stress stress stress all the …I have never found this place relaxing. Its stress stress stress all the way. From getting there on the rubbish B roads, then on arrival getting screwed for parking on muddy grass, then queuing to get in and feeling at the gate you need to take out a second mortgage to pay for your tickets, then paying 4 x over for drinks and food, then queuing hours for a 2 minute ride and massive crowds - absolutely horrible experience. Done it once, never againI had more fun with the kids at a local village fair ground than this over hyped, run down dump.


You neglected to mention the 6 hour queue to get out of the car park at the end of the day when everyone leaves. You couldn't pay me enough to go back through that experience!
paul.williamsA4v17/07/2020 18:21

Just came back from there a couple of days ago,average waiting time is …Just came back from there a couple of days ago,average waiting time is about 30 minutes for the more popular rides,place is very overrated the submarine and haunted house are both closed as well


Cheers will give this a miss
Thanks
paul.williamsA4v17/07/2020 18:21

Just came back from there a couple of days ago,average waiting time is …Just came back from there a couple of days ago,average waiting time is about 30 minutes for the more popular rides,place is very overrated the submarine and haunted house are both closed as well


That is extremely sad man you missed out the haunted house is one of the best rides. Have you been on it yet ?
Went opening weekend and queue tines were fine when timed right (excepr the duplo coaster). Not all bits are open but enough to be fun at this price. Hotel breakfast will be crap in a bag due to virus and some food limited in park by same restrictions.
Will we need to wear masks there as well ?
I can't really find those prices, cheapest I can find around the suggested dates is £190.
stranger9718/07/2020 10:36

Will we need to wear masks there as well ?


Yes, according to their website blurb.
is this kind of joke? who want to take a risk and go for ride? Control your mind and wait for another 4-6 month if you remain alive you will enjoy life, No live no life
blackwhalesa18/07/2020 10:10

That is extremely sad man you missed out the haunted house is one of the …That is extremely sad man you missed out the haunted house is one of the best rides. Have you been on it yet ?


No first time I’d gone and it was closed
Went there last week and the longest wait was 20mins which was for the log ride. The rest of the rides we never waited longer than 5mins. We used our tesco vouchers. £10 of voucher for their discounted ticket which was £29
RealGeek18/07/2020 10:57

is this kind of joke? who want to take a risk and go for ride? Control …is this kind of joke? who want to take a risk and go for ride? Control your mind and wait for another 4-6 month if you remain alive you will enjoy life, No live no life


Covid will still be about then as well
That’s a good price but please bare this in mind
I went yesterday as have a merlin pass

Laser racers shut
Monster party shut
Sky ride shut
Water splash park shut
River rafts shut
Squid surfers shut
Little dragon shut
No pirate or girly show
No Star Wars

Also factor in the queues if it says 20 mins double that as they have cleaning to do

It was very very busy yesterday
wipe0wt209718/07/2020 09:48

Cheers will give this a miss


Submarine is open, opened yesterday with a new lick of paint
Was really busy last weekend. Social distancing almost impossible in lots of places around rides and pinch points, and lots not even bothering to follow. Even with limited capacity, it still feels too busy.
We went the first weekend in July that Legoland opened (4th-5th) I’ve never seen it so empty. It was a bit surreal, short waits for rides (max 30 mins) but reduced capacity. They started well with regular cleaning but this seemed to slip a bit by the second day. Staff were all wearing face masks and PPE but hardly any customers bothered, maybe one family in 20 with masks. Lots of hand sanitiser dispensers around the park and next to attractions. The queues got a bit cramped at points, particularly for the indoor rides. Food is awful (pizza, burgers or ice cream) but you can bring your own food and drink (no alcohol though). The rides close an hour before the rest of the park, including the play area which seemed a bit mean. We had a good time overall but did feel like we were taking our chances with the virus still prevalent.
I think Legoland and Chessington are once in a lifetime experience for me. Both have extremely long queues unless you are rich enough to afford the add ons to be beat the queues. After that I don’t want to go back again

I think Chessington beats legoland as it has much more stuff to do
Edited by: "adamnsu" 18th Jul
majorwedgy66617/07/2020 16:07

Legoland is soul destroyingly busy at the best of times and queues are …Legoland is soul destroyingly busy at the best of times and queues are ridiculous, I cannot imagine how bad it will be with social distancing measures in place


When I went, the longest we qued was 10 minutes, for the hot air ballons, otherwise, all other rides we went straight in. This was 6th September
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majorwedgy66617/07/2020 16:07

Legoland is soul destroyingly busy at the best of times and queues are …Legoland is soul destroyingly busy at the best of times and queues are ridiculous, I cannot imagine how bad it will be with social distancing measures in place


Alright look you, they’ve got a special “we’re good to go” sticker, it says so in the post, so... yeah.
I might be confusing this with another place but isn't Legoland Windsor the one with the terrible one way car park system? I think it took me well over an hour to exit the place.
I went on the 18th, was still pretty packed to be fair. Ride ques were anywhere from 20-45mins but a lot off rides we were turned away from because the Ques were only allowed to get so full before they stated to turn people away.
To be fair to Legoland everyone was temp checked, some rides needed face masks and rides were cleaned down. However the ques had ZERO social distancing.
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