Ride the Viking rapids, enjoy an underwater adventure on Atlantis Submarine Voyage, hang out with LEGO friends at Heartlake City, or join the fun at Ninjago Training Academy. Marvel at intricate LEGO brick sculptures in Miniland, including miniature versions of the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, and the Statue of Liberty, and see the UK’s only LEGO Star Wars display. To save time waiting in line, book your admission ticket in advance.
Things to Know Before You Go
LEGOLAND Windsor is a must-visit theme park for families and LEGO enthusiasts.
The resort is home to two LEGO-style hotels, which feature themed rooms and ample family-friendly activities.
The park is both wheelchair and stroller accessible, but some rides have accessibility restrictions. The website lists the accessibility of each ride.
Within the park, there are ample restrooms, food kiosks, and restaurants, in addition to free Wi-Fi.
Download the free LEGOLAND app for navigation help.
How to Get There
LEGOLAND Windsor Resort is on the B3022 Windsor/Ascot road just two miles from Windsor town center. The closest train station is Windsor and Eton Central, from where you can take bus No. 702 to the entrance of the park.
When to Get There
LEGOLAND Windsor is open from March until early November, and for two weeks over winter holidays. The park is typically open daily from midmorning until evening, but opening days and closing times vary throughout the year, so check ahead.
What to See in Windsor
Plan to spend the night in Windsor to better enjoy all of the royal town’s top attractions. Most famous is Windsor Castle—official residence of Her Majesty the Queen and one of the oldest inhabited castles in the world—which you can explore on an independent or guided tour. Other highlights include St. George’s Chapel, where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got married, and the royal estate of Frogmore House.