The festive season is almost here and Brits can begin to book the most magical experiences on offer. Legoland Windsor Resort has finally announced its special events and Christmas dates for those who want to visit the theme park over winter.
Guests who visit Legoland from November 23 2023 to January 3 2024 will have lots of festive fun to look forward to. The park itself will transform into a winter wonderland, complete with glittering lights, snow-covered trees and a huge 10-metre-tall Christmas tree made from Duplo blocks and plenty of colourful decorations that will wow families.
Legoland at Christmas, as the special park days are known, also see Father Christmas coming to the resort. He will travel around on his sleigh with his helpful elves so holidaymakers can take in the festive cheer while watching his parade through Heartlake City all the way to Pirate Shores.
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You can also add a meeting with Father Christmas to your trip so little ones can tell him their festive wishes for an additional £20 per child. They’ll also bag a Lego gift to make their trip something to remember.
Other fun events will include the Merry Mistletones singing Christmas carols in the park and this year a pantomime version of Little Red Riding Hood will be on show through the medium of puppets in DUPLO Valley. Ollie’s Christmas Chaos in Miniland will also be playing as it’s a fan favourite.
Anyone who wants to extend their trip can book a festive sleepover at the resorts themed hotels on the edge of the park With extra activities and entertainment to enjoy including fun and games with the resort’s elves, Ollie’s Winter Tale story time and Elf Pyjama Party. Packages are from £425 at the Legoland Hotel, based on two adults and two children sharing a room with breakfast and including theme park access.
Themed rooms include pirate-based stays with beds shaped like ships and sails bedecking the rooms. Adventure rooms will make kids feel like they’ve been transported to ancient Egypt while Ninjago rooms are all based on ninjas with asian styles and plenty of wall decals showing the foursome warriors about their missions.
The Lego Friends rooms are perfect for little ones who want to sleep just like the five friends from Heatlake City would have. Bunting, castle-headboards and comfy carpets are perfect for your stay.
Of course, holidaymakers can still enjoy everything else on offer at Legoland while they're there. This includes the incredible rides like Sky Lion, Fire and Ice Freefall, Hydra’s Challenge and Ninjago the ride. There’s also the deep sea adventure, the Ferrari Build and Race experience and fun zones like miniland and Fairy Tale Brook.
Guests can pre-book their tickets online in advance only at legoland.co.uk. Theme park only tickets are available from £34 per person or free with an Annual Pass with little ones under 90cm also gaining free entry.
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