LEGOLAND Windsor Resort has announced it will be closing as new COVID-19 restrictions are introduced by the UK Government.
The UK government has announced a new tier as part of ongoing pandemic restrictions. As part of this, southeast areas of England, including Windsor will be moving into the new tier four, closing the theme park as a result.
LEGOLAND Windsor Resort announced the closing on Twitter, offering guests with bookings up to January 4 the ability to move their visit via a re-booking portal. This portal will be available to all guests with affected bookings by Christmas Eve, December 24.
Just this week, it was revealed that seasonal changes had come to the park’s Miniland, with recreations of scenes from classic Christmas movies placed throughout the London area of the land. Hopefully, these and the rest of the holiday celebrations will remain past the festive period to give visitors a chance to see them, but nothing has been announced.
The theme park opened to the public after first closing with the pandemic on December 4 and is now closing after being open for just over two weeks. A reopening date has yet to be announced, as Windsor remains in tier four until at least December 30, when the restrictions will be reviewed.