A great day out for those with younger kids (ages 3–12) – gentle, with friendly staff, a good variety of rides, and thoughtful planning, including loads of loos! It's within very easy reach of London, and there's are on-site themed hotels plus a variety of accommodation options nearby, many offering great-value packages.

See our reviews of a family break at the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort and a day out at LEGOLAND Windsor with young kids. 

Best for: Pre-teens


LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort

What to expect

Seasonal opening
Family rooms

What to do

Check out LEGO® NINJAGO(TM) World with its interactive 4D family ride, plus Zane's Temple Build and Cole's Climbing Wall.

Look out for the 4D animated film The LEGO® Movie™ 4D A New Adventure based on the popular characters of The LEGO® Movie™.

Check out LEGO® Death Star for Star Wars™ Miniland- one of the biggest models that has ever been created for this resort in Windsor - a 500,000 structure of Darth Vader's Death Star.

Visit LEGO® Friends Heartlake City, including some of the characters' houses, with interactive building opportunities, a train and a shopping area.

Head for the improved LEGO® City area, with its expanded LEGO City Driving School offering more child-size Fiats and a new test course. The Boating School offers more boats and LEGO models with animations and audio effects.

Check out the LEGO® Star Wars™ Miniland Experience - an experience any child (or adult) with an interest in the movies will love. And don't miss the Atlantis Submarine Voyage - a fun family underwater adventure that's a world first. 

Splash out in DUPLO® Valley, a water-play area with DUPLO animals (make sure to bring swimsuits).

Head for Land of the Pharaohs with its Laser Raiders dark ride and catapulting Scarab Bouncers ride. Then watch Bob the Builder in 4D.

Explore Miniland with its model cities from Europe and the USA, complete with moving parts - from the Leaning Tower of Pisa to Cape Canaveral space center.

With older kids (above 1m) hop aboard the Vikings' River Splash and go for a ride through a fantasy Viking land created from LEGO bricks.

Get wet at Pirate Falls (min. height 1m), a boat-ride past animated pirates and creatures warning of danger ahead.

For those feeling brave, head for the scariest ride, the Jungle Coaster (min. height 1.1m), a speedy rollercoaster with a 16m drop.


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Buckingham Palace in Miniland

Buckingham Palace in Miniland

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The LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort Hotel and LEGOLAND® Castle Hotel allows you to experience all things LEGO, day and night. Check out LEGOLAND® Holidays with whom you can book these hotel and others, with different options available for different budgets.  

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LEGOLAND® is open roughly mid-March to the end of October, with times from 10am to 5/6/7pm. To avoid queues, try to arrive at 9.30am, when the car park, pay points, shop and hilltop restaurant open. It also helps to book online tickets to print out before you come.

Coastguard HQ

Coastguard HQ

Main entrance

Main entrance


The park has five family restaurants and several fast-food outlets. There are also a few pleasant picnic areas. So whether you want to sit and enjoy a meal or eat on the go, you are well served.


Reckon on paying about £150 for 2 adults and 2 kids aged 3–15. Discounts are available by booking online and short-break packages are available. Parking charges also apply.