Enjoy your visit to the Legoland theme park to the fullest with our list of tips.
The park is open for day pass and holiday breaks. Book your tickets online to get exclusive discounts and download the free Legoland Windsor app to access timed rides, the locations of parades and the latest park update.
Delight your children with their very first Legoland driving license in the special single pedal electric cars available for kids from 3 to 5 years old. Get some altitude and get your child to manoeuvre an air balloon and immerse yourself in an '80 days around the World' style adventure. Discover the underwater world at the Atlantis submarine voyage where you get to visit amazing underwater Lego models re-creating the ruins of a legendary sunken city. Make sure to bring your children’s ID to prove they are eligible for the activities.
The park features 12 lands, home of different Lego worlds. At the entrance to the park a funicular railway takes you to the first land, Lego City, which is themed around means transportation (air balloon, boats, car etc). Some of the most memorable themes include the Knight’s Kingdom, Pirates Shores, Heartlake City, Land of the Vikings and Pharaohs.
A visit to the Legoland Windsor Resort shouldn’t restrict you to children’s activities.
The 11th century royal castle of Windsor in Berkshire is strategically located by the Thames river. The castle is one of Queen Elizabeth II’s weekend residencies.
The royal guards march from Victoria Barracks to Windsor Castle to take over from the previous guards. Visitors can watch the guards parade towards the castle although you will need a ticket to experience the actual ceremony at the Lower Ward in the castle. Check the weekly schedule set by the British Army to know the exact time of the ritual. Traffic in Windsor is stopped for the duration of the service.
Learn all about beer making at this local brewery. The brewery features a bar where you can taste some of the 40 cask and keg beers produced on site. Tours are usually conducted by the owners.