A new roadmap on easing coronavirus restrictions in the UK might be a sign that LEGOLAND Windsor and LEGO stores will soon be able to reopen.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced his plans for easing the lockdown restrictions in the UK that caused LEGO Stores and the LEGOLAND Windsor resort to close.
As reported and explained by the BBC, this new roadmap includes the mention of reopening timeframes for non-essential retail and theme parks. The earliest date that both will be allowed to reopen is April 12 along with gyms, zoos and libraries, likely still practicing the same safety measures from before the lockdown.
This news comes just after the reintroduction of exclusive sets at the LEGOLAND Windsor online store, which will presumably be remaining open until closer to the reopening date. As of yet, neither the resort team nor the LEGO Group has confirmed that the locations will be reopening on this day, so we’ll just have to wait for an official announcement.
This means that LEGO Stores won’t be reopening in time for the upcoming March offers, so hopefully, there are no in-store exclusive gifts like 30539 Lloyd’s Quad Bike which UK fans might have missed out on.