As theme parks and destinations deal with the coronavirus outbreak and resulting restrictions, the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort has cancelled short breaks and tickets up until July 3.
LEGOLAND Windsor Resort is offering those who had booked short breaks up until July 3 to reschedule and those who had ordered tickets up to July 3 to visit later in the year when the attraction reopens.
Due impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the theme park has been closed and has been re-arranging short breaks. This is not extended to trips booked for anytime until July 3, as the team works through the bookings to process them.
Despite the coronavirus outbreak limiting the opening of other venues, shops and attractions, LEGOLAND Windsor Resort opened to the public on March 13 and launched the refreshed DUPLO Valley on March 14. Measures were put in place to reduce the risk of infection from the coronavirus. A few days later, the theme park closed.
In Billund, Denmark, the LEGO House remains closed as a result of measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus.