Have you ever been to LEGOLAND Windsor? We have been many times and the children adore it there. Read on for everything that you need to know before your trip to LEGOLAND, plus my tops planning tips for making your visit a success.
Disclosure – We have been to LEGOLAND many times and paid for it ourselves. For our latest visit were invited on a press trip where we had
Check for discounts
Tickets bought in advance from the LEGOLAND website can be purchased at a discounted rate, so it’s always worth booking forbore you go. There are also frequent promotional offers on cereal boxes, hand soaps and other products which offer savings, so a quick Google search before you leave can ease the strain on your purse.
If you are a Merlin Annual Pass or LEGOLAND Annual Pass holder, LEGOLAND entry is free.
Download the app
The LEGOLAND app is a must download before visiting the park. It is the best way to keep up to date with queue times during your day so that you can plan which rides to go on in order to maximise your day.
Measure Your Children
Choose Your Times Wisely
If at all possible, plan your visit on a weekday during term time to avoid the majority of the queues.
Check The Opening Hours
Book Your Parking
Parking is chargeable (unless you are a Merlin Premium Annual Pass holder), but is cheaper if you book in advance.
Getting To LEGOLAND
LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort is on the B3022 Windsor/Ascot road just two miles from Windsor town centre. The address is;
SAT NAV Tip
The postcode for the resort is: SL4 4AY. If you are using a Sat Nav system to get to the Resort, make sure that you follow the local brown tourist information signs directing you to LEGOLAND, to avoid the possibility of your Sat Nav incorrectly directing you into a residential street.
Organise Your Ride Access Pass For Family Members With Additional Needs
If you or any of your party have disabilities or additional needs that would make queueing difficult, then you may qualify for a Ride Access Pass. For full details and to see if you qualify, please visit LEGOLAND’S Accessibility page.
If you do qualify, you will need to provide documents as evidence to support your claim. Full details of which documents you will need can be found on the LEGOLAND website. This proof can be brought with you on the day of your visit, or, to save time, you can upload your documents directly so that LEGOLAND can check them and issue you with a reference number in advance.
I talk more about the Ride Access Pass in the video below.
Decide if you’ll get a QBot
I talk more about QBots in the video above.
Staying near LEGOLAND
As well as the 2 on site LEGO hotels, LEGOLAND have a number of partner hotels in the local area which offer sort break deals.
The Hilton in Reading
On our last trip to LEGOLAND, we stayed for 2 nights at the Hilton in Reading. The hotel was just over a half-hour drive from LEGOLAND and included parking. The hotel itself was superb, the staff went the extra mile and the food was excellent.