Brits looking for something to do over the half-term holidays might want to think about a trip to Legoland.
The theme park in Windsor is offering a free second day in the resort if you book an overnight stay.
With rides and entertainment for any age Legoland Windsor Resort is the perfect place for the whole family to have fun.
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Plus, the deal could save you a whopping £60 per family – so it’s not to be sniffed at.
The second day free deal launches today, February 6, and is running until midnight on February 19 2023. However there's a larger window for stays, as the packages are available on selected dates ranging from now until June.
You can find out more and book on www.legolandholidays.co.uk.
An overnight stay at Legoland Windsor could cost a family from as little as £96pp at one of the onsite hotels including the iconic Legoland Resort Hotel under the new offer.
As part of the deal you’ll be able to explore the park the day of your stay and the whole day after before you set off for home.
You’ll also snap up a filling breakfast, a free Lego gift for the kids and exclusive early ride time in the park.
Plus, of course, the chance to meet your children’s favourite Legoland characters.
Alternatively, families can also stay at one of the resort’s nearby partner hotels with a delicious breakfast and a second day in the theme park for free from just £56pp.
Those who want to bag the second day free can choose from plenty of dates in the school holidays – including February half-term, Easter holidays and May half-term.
Anyone looking for an extra fun time to visit should look to Brick Week from February 11 or March 5.
During this time there are lots of Legoland characters to meet and you can take part in exclusive LEGO brick building activities or team up in one of the build challenges.
That’s on top of the 55 rides and attractions for mini thrill seekers and budding builders to explore including favourites such as Flight of the Sky Lion, LEGO City Driving School, NINJAGO The Ride, and the Dragon.
There’s also Springfest coming over May half-term from May 13 to June 5.
The event combines the classic fun of Legoland with extra music, entertainment and LEGO build activities and rides and attractions.
Anyone who chooses to book a stay in one of the resort hotel’s brand new premium rooms will get to try out the fun Playroom.
Designed just for playtime, little ones can explore LEGO coral reefs, build a medieval castle, create a LEGO skyscraper or even walk the red carpet like a star, all in one spot.
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