Kids can go free on short breaks to LEGOLAND Windsor Resort in 2021 using Brick Fanatics‘ Black Friday link. Off-peak prices start at £120 for a family of four, while peak tickets during school holidays start at £143.
Conquer The Dragon
LEGOLAND Windsor Resort’s biggest rollercoaster offers thrills and spills for all ages, so don’t worry if you’ve got a delicate stomach – you can still attempt to conquer The Dragon.
You’ll board a classic LEGO dragon-themed coaster that climbs, drops and whizzes through the medieval trappings of Knights’ Kingdom, and step off with slightly shakier legs than you had before. (And if you need to build yourself up to it, you can always try out the Dragon’s Apprentice first.)
Earn your driving licence
The LEGO City Driving School is a rite of passage for all LEGO fans. After watching a quick safety video, kids aged six to 13 can hop behind the wheel of an electric car and zoom off around LEGO roads. They’ll encounter roundabouts, traffic lights, LEGO police officers and even a speed camera, replicating all the most cumbersome parts of driving in the real world.
Fortunately, it’s somehow much more fun when you’re doing it at LEGOLAND – and by the end, they’ll have earned their first LEGOLAND driving licence. If only that bit was as easy in real life, the roads would be… far more dangerous.
A brand new land is coming to LEGOLAND Windsor Resort in 2021. LEGO MYTHICA: World of Mythical Creatures will open in the spring to celebrate the park’s 25th anniversary. Even if you’re a LEGOLAND veteran, then, there’ll be something new to experience when you next visit.
LEGO MYTHICA: World of Mythical Creatures is a parallel universe where mythical LEGO creatures come to life. It’s set to be the biggest expansion to the park in its history, and will feature plenty of new attractions – including a ‘UK first’, according to the Resort’s Divisional Director Thomas Jellum.
Take a tour of Miniland
There’s nothing like strolling round Miniland and pretending you’re Godzilla, here to wreak havoc on this tiny population. Only pretending, we hasten to add, because actually doing that might see your day out swiftly cut short. Instead, just take the opportunity to marvel at the brilliant brick-built recreations of famous locations from all over the world.
Nearly 40 million bricks have gone into recreating landmarks like Buckingham Palace, Times Square, the Taj Mahal and Sydney Opera House. If you’re currently yearning for the days when you could travel freely, then, Miniland is basically the next best thing.
Visit the Big Shop
You can’t leave LEGOLAND without buying at least one LEGO set. And while it might be more fiscally responsible to purchase your LEGO online, there are a few sets you’ll only find at LEGOLAND parks. So really, it’d be rude not to stop off at the Big Shop.
And if you want to make sure you don’t miss out on those exclusives – like 40346 LEGOLAND Park and 40393 LEGOLAND Fire Academy – the store operates a ‘Buy Now, Collect Later’ policy. Essentially: no need to drag your sets around the park all day.
- A Resort or nearby hotel stay
- One-day entry to LEGOLAND Windsor Resort
- Resort guests also get a fully themed room, plus a free LEGO gift, free parking, and evening character meet and greets