Enjoy over 55 interactive rides, building workshops, driving schools, live shows and attractions.
Attractions at LEGOLAND®
Spread over an area of 150 acres, LEGOLAND® Windsor is the time to let your hair down and join your children for a wild water ride, follow a pirate trail and battle sea monsters at the DUPLO® Valley, which is the latest interactive attraction in the park.
The Fire Academy or the Chopper Squadron can leave adult and children excited and exhilarated. Or, you can steer down your own driving course at the Driving School or learn to steer a boat at the Boating School.
Throughout the park, there are fascinating LEGO® models. The models, such as camels, fire-breathing dragons and world landmarks, are created by nearly 55 million LEGO® bricks.
Facts about LEGOLAND® Windsor
Here are some fun and fascinating facts about LEGOLAND® Windsor that you can let your children know before you embark on the best family holiday ever:
- In an average Miniland figure, there are 34 LEGO® bricks
- Canary Wharf Tower, at 5.2 metres, is the largest model in Miniland. It is made out of 200,000 LEGO® bricks, and took 3 model makers 850 hours to finish the model
- The smallest models are those of pigeons that one can see at the Trafalgar Square, and each pigeon is made up of just 5 LEGO® bricks
Enjoying Easy and Affordable Access to LEGOLAND® Windsor
To have a fun, exciting and memorable holiday at LEGOLAND® Windsor, you need to look for affordable nearby hotels. Holiday Inn High Wycombe M40, Jct. 4 hotel allows easy access to the park without having to worry about long commutes and unnecessary expense on travel.
Stay with us
After exploring Legoland, why not stay in our comfortable family rooms? We offer twin rooms, as well as sofa beds and cots in rooms on request.