LEGOLAND Holiday - Kids go FREE in June + Sept! Overnight stay, Breakfast + FREE 2nd day entry into park from £39pp! (Based on family of 4) £153 @ LEGOLAND Holidays
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LEGOLAND Holiday - Kids go FREE in June + Sept! Overnight stay, Breakfast + FREE 2nd day entry into park from £39pp! (Based on family of 4) £153 @ LEGOLAND Holidays

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Found 7th Jun
Spotted this and thought it was a cracking deal that i'm sure the little terrors will enjoy!

You can start booking now until the 2nd of July. Dates of stay are in June and September.

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Book now to stay at the LEGOLAND® Resort Hotel or nearby partner hotel and the kids enter the Resort completely FREE throughout June and September!

Don't miss out on the awesome new addition to the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort this year - join your favourite heroes and take on awesome training activities as you prepare for the ultimate test of your ninja skills on LEGO® NINJAGOTM The Ride! — NOW OPEN!

Whether you are diving into the deep in your own LEGO® submarine, earning your first driving licence at the LEGO CITY Driving School or even riding a fearsome dragon coaster through a medieval castle, our Resort has something for everyone with over 55 rides, live shows and attractions set in 150 acres of parkland!

Packages start from just £39 per person and include an overnight stay, breakfast and your 2nd Day FREE in the Park!

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Looks good... thanks

any suggestions for the best of the hotel selections?

Some good hotels and deals. I live in High Wycombe, so most hotels not worth staying in. I might as well come back home. Good for those living away!

Anyone recommend any of these hotels you can get to by public transport. We are in edinburgh and go to legoland by flying to heathrow and getting an Uber to the park. These deals look good but can you get to any without the car (except the resort hotel which is too expensive)

great deal. don't forget to add your parking (yes they charge) £6 a day

Is there anything for a 2 year old to do at lego land or are most of the rides height/age restricted?

dogtanian84

Is there anything for a 2 year old to do at lego land or are most of the … Is there anything for a 2 year old to do at lego land or are most of the rides height/age restricted?



A lot of the bigger rides are age/height restricted, but there can still be a lot of things to do (the splash zone if its a nice day, the Duplo land playground, fairy tale brook, the pirate show, the train going round the park, mini-world and the submarine ride). Keep an eye on ride times as they can vary between 5 minutes and an hour even for some of the little rides (lego airport, driving school and monorail thing I am looking at you!) so if you can occupy your little one on the playground for bits of time, and then target specific rides when they have short waiting times you can have a nice day. The lego boat safari is a favourite but forget it unless you happen to go on a particularly quiet day as the waiting time is consistently 1 hour. Also be advised that nearly all of the rides are VERY short - definitely not worth queuing more than 10 minutes for.

dogtanian84

Is there anything for a 2 year old to do at lego land or are most of the … Is there anything for a 2 year old to do at lego land or are most of the rides height/age restricted?



There's Duplo land - also if it's a warm day you have the option of the splash area too

What dates did you put in to get £154?

Where is it coming up as 154 as when I put in June dates it carts from 700 to 269 so he is that £154 :-

If it helps we visited more than half a dozen times with Merlin passes. It's ok for kids up to the age of about 9, the rides are predominantly aimed at kids younger than this. Other local Theme Parks are Chessington which has a good mix of rides and Thorpe Park for older children/adults.
Edited by: "IndyS" 7th Jun

If you're on public transport there is a lego land bus that shuttles from town (one of Windsors train stations) to legoland and back. The resort is too far from windsor town to go on foot. Maybe use an Airbnb in windsor and the bus, or hotel in maidenhead (which is cheaper than windsor) and closer (than reading) and then uber to get there.

Booked, Thanks

£109 for me and the sproglet. Seems good!

Every date i have looked at is £300 plus so cold for me....

Kids go free but you as the parent has to pay for food+transport+ drinks! Not FREE!!

Bitbotbang

Kids go free but you as the parent has to pay for food+transport+ drinks! … Kids go free but you as the parent has to pay for food+transport+ drinks! Not FREE!!



Kids go free not parents, don't think you get it?.
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