Children help decorate for Christmas at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort

“Santa’s Little Helpers” have helped Model Makers at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort finish decorating the theme park for Christmas.

Tomorrow, the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort re-opens for the Christmas season and the Model Makers have had some help decorating from delighted children. LEGO models that “Santa’s Little Helpers” helped to finish off include an eight metre Christmas tree, life-sized reindeer, Santa Claus and festive Miniland scenes.

Over 300,000 LEGO bricks are used in the Christmas tree, which is the centrepiece of the festive celebration. Guests at the theme park are invited to build their own festive decorations to take home. The reindeer use 126,000 bricks while Santa Claus combines 54,000 pieces.

Those visiting during this festive period will enjoy an enchanted Christmas land, with Santa Claus residing in his grotto for little fans to meet. More fun builds that fans will find include nine LEGO brick built Christmas puddings, that weigh 4.6kg each.

LEGOLAND Christmas Santa snowball

“Christmas is always an extra magical time of year at LEGOLAND Windsor and this year is no different”, commented Lauren Walton, Head of PR at LEGOLAND Windsor Resort. “Our team of Model Makers have been working hard preparing the park for the festive season – with some extra special help from “Santa’s Little Helpers” – ensuring all is just right to welcome guests through our gates on the 1st December.”

Tickets to visit during the Christmas period are priced at £36, with the park open on December 1-2, 8-9 and 15-23. Over 30 rides and attractions will be open.

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Tickets to the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort are available from the official website.

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Graham was the Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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