Legoland Windsor Day Trip

Bring back memories with a visit to Legoland - Fun for all ages

Entrance to Legoland Windsor
Entrance to Legoland Windsor cc licensed photo by Hsien-Hsien Lei

A day trip to Legoland is a great family activity and will be an especially big hit with the kids. It offers a total of 55 exciting rides and attractions inside a beautiful 150 acre park site.

Legoland Windsor was the first Legoland theme park to open since the original Legoland attraction in Denmark. It first opened in 1996, attracting about 1,400,000 visitors in it's first year. Since opening the theme park has added new attractions and rides almost every year.

Kids and adults alike will marvel at the complex and sophisticated recreations of famous buildings, landmarks and more, all created with LEGO. Many of the rides in Legoland are especially suited to younger children. Like many theme parks, Legoland is divided up into sections, each portraying a different theme. These include the Imagination Centre, Miniland, Traffic, DuploLand, LEGO City, Kingdom of the Pharaohs, Pirates Landing, Knight's Kingdom and Adventure Land. An astounding 55 million LEGO bricks have gone into the construction of all the models in the park. To see a preview of some of the fun rides check out the video at the bottom of the page.

Legoland is only a short distance from Windsor Castle so you may want to combine the two into a single day trip, however it certainly possible to spend a full day exploring either.

Tip: Save some money by bringing a picnic lunch with you.

Legoland's season is from April to November (see below).

Facts For Your Visit

Fee: Yes

Legoland Windsor Hours:
Opening hours may differ on holidays

  • Monday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday: Closed
  • Thursday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Friday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Saturday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Sunday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Address: Winkfield Rd, Windsor SL4 4AY, UK

Phone: 01753 626416

Official Website: Legoland Windsor

Legoland Windsor Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 Star Rating

5 Star Rating Great family day for young and old. Park opens at 10. I recommend you get there before as there is a public opening countdown every day. As soon as you enter, there are toilet facilities, and you either walk or take the train to the rides. Will stress you will be walking for most of the 7 hours you are there recommend hiking shoes,wellies, and waterproofs in case it rains! There is little in the way of shelter. It is very open! Nearly had to take a loan out for the ice cream £5 it is massive. Waiting times on rides depends on the time of year you go. There are plenty of toilet and coffee shops about. No dogs allowed. Wheelchair and pushchair accessible
Michelle Finn - a month ago

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5 Star Rating It was a lovely place, beautifully designed, strategically located, and spacious. The rides were awesome, and the kids had a superb time. The minicity was the most exciting non-ride aspect of Resort for me. The waiting time is almost as advertised, but most of the attractions had wait times less than 10 minutes.
Henry O. - a month ago

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5 Star Rating Amazing place. It has everything for everybody, right from kids of 4-8 years, young once and adults as well. You can get food from the various options available there, or you can pack the home made food as well (more economical). I suggest to plan the trip and what rides you want to try (use LegoLand app). This will help to cover rides you want to enjoy. You may to able to cover all rides in a day so either try to schedule another trip or you may want to stay there (yes, there is an option) and try all the rides. Enjoy !!
Jigar Thakkar - a month ago

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5 Star Rating Really good day. Easter Friday, booked tickets and parking in advance. No queue to get in and the queues when in the park weren't that bad really, 45m to an hour for the big rides but still a few that were only up to half an hour wait. I've added a Map of the park for you so you can use it to plan your route around the park. We headed straight to the back of the park and worked our way to the front throughout the day. Worked well.
Adam Jarvis - a month ago

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Directions

Tube and National Rail Line Nearest Station Walking Time
District, Circle, Hammersmith and City, and Bakerloo LinesPaddington Station0 Minutes

How to get to Legoland Windsor by Tube and National Rail

From Paddington Station purchase a National Rail Ticket for the First Great Western Line to Windsor and Eton Central Station. There will be a transfer between trains at Slough Station. Total time on the train including the transfer varies between 26 and 50 minutes depending on which train you catch.

When you arrive at Windsor and Eton Central Station walk south on High Street to the bus stop in front of the Windsor Parish Church (about 1 block south of Windsor Castle). Take the Route 191 or Route 200 Shuttle bus to Legoland. Buses run approximately every 20 minutes and the ride takes about the same. This bus service is not operated by Legoland and therefore requires a separate fare, however you can purchase a combination fare covering both the train and shuttle bus at the train station when you start your trip.

Use the National Rail Journey Planner to get details and departure times for you trip.

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