LEGOLAND Germany is welcoming back LEGO fans

Germany is planning to re-open the gates to German
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fans this month, providing incidence numbers stay on track.

So long as the infection numbers in the local area of Günzburg stay below 100,

Germany will be able to welcome back guests from June 10. The park will still be stricly observing health and safety and social distancing regulations.

In order to access the parks, visitors should book in advance on the website, as the resort is also controlling numbers of people to make sure people can keep their distance once inside. Everyone will also need to wear a mask, including staff, unless medically exempt.

Tickets to LEGOLAND Germany are also currently selling for slightly cheaper than before, at a flat rate of €42 for both children and adults, as opposed to the previous €44.50 or €49.50. If you’ve been missing out on your LEGOLAND fun, now is the time to make the most of the discount.

During the pandemic, LEGOLAND Germany had to cut its summer season short, much like other parks around the world, including LEGOLAND Windsor and LEGOLAND California.

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Rachael Davies

I am a freelance journalist based in Edinburgh, writing about all things nerdy, from Star Wars and Marvel through to LEGO flowers and Gundam. When I’m not writing, you’ll likely find me trying to stop my two pet rabbits from chewing everything I own, meaning I essentially work two full-time jobs at once.

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