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Written on: 03/08/2010
Myself husband grand daughter and great grand children all under 6 visited on Sunday. When we reached the advanced booking point and inside the entrance there was a sign warning of wasps. Beware there is an infestation of wasps and 78 wasps nests were destroyed last week. We were all bitten except the 2 youngest children in their buggies. My husband was so badly bitten on the mouth that he was taken to hospital and i am off work with severe reaction which i have never had before. My grand… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/08/2010
A group 8 of us (4 adults 4 children- under 8 years) on Sunday.
We arrived at about 4.30pm and had vouchers which meant that only the adults paid, which gave a saving of £112 in total.
We were very dubious about going after we read some of the reviews on here, but had promised the children that they could go as reward for excellent reports at school.
On the whole, we had a wonderful experience, we queued twice for half an hour, all the other rides were less than minutes, some we just walked… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/08/2010
Visited legoland with 2 for 1 vouchers so not as expensive as it could have been. We arrived at the park at 10am and left at 9.30pm. We had 2 adults and 2 children aged 6 in our group. All enjoyed the day and had a fantastic time. The pirate show was great and the wait times for the rides were not bad at all if you planned it properley.The longest we waited for a ride was 35 minutes and that was for the train. We went on all the rides in the park. The food is pricey and the quality in the pizza… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2010
Should be re named Ripoffland. Not sure where to start but we revisted the park after a few years gap. Don't bother that's what I would say. Tell the kids only naughty children go there and save your money towards a flight to the USA - Will not be long if you have a large family.
Entry price is steep and as for charging for the car park they need shooting. Not sure what other options you have to park!
The Q-bot is a good idea until you realise that NOT all the rides are on there and some of… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/08/2010
Went to Legoland today and it was the worst day at a Theme Park I have ever had! Firstly it is very expensive to get in at on average family of 4 is £140. The whole park is on a steep hill and not logically layed out and the map you are issued with is difficult to read. The food is shocking do not eat in the pirate land BBQ place, as the place is full of wasps and the food looks nothing like the pictures.
The worst part of the day was the wasps....they are everywhere, I got stung and I could… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/08/2010 by Jenny Small (1 review written)
Attended Legoland, Windsor with my husband and 6 year old son. On arriving we were appalled that we had to pay for the car park on top of the entrance fee. Our opinion of the park was it was run down and in need of a revamp. The queues at the rides were long and slow moving, seemed to us that not enough staff were working per ride.The quality of rides were very poor and only suitable for young children don't know why the charged £38 per adult as no suitable rides for adults. The eating places… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/07/2010
I went to Legoland in the summer holidays, with my family. I thought the tickets were cheap, and everybody would enjoy themselves. When we reached there, all around us were wasps. Near the cafes and near the rides. The rides had a long queue, and they were hardly worth the wait. My sister had got stung by a wasp, and on the plus side the staff were really helpful. Overall this experience would have to be one of my worst.Legoland should have told us about the wasp problem beforehand. Or whilst… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/07/2010
We did visit in the school holidays, but by having school age children, have little other choice.
On the plus side, park is easy to navigate. Toilet facilities seem plentiful and water fountains seem to be available outside all toilets.
On the negative, we packed a picnic for the kids, and I am glad we did, as the food in the various cafes seemed dismal and over-priced. There are a lot of "extra charge" attractions scattered around the park, so be prepared for tears when you tell the kids… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/07/2010
As mentioned ,wasps everywhere all over the food and drinks being sold,several people stung.Rides are very short compared to wait- on average 30 mins wait for 1-2 minute ride.Most rides very dull,even by 5 year old standards.
You can of course buy the "fantastic BOT" which allows you to book the ride (one at a time,and you have to cancel your booking should you wish to check waiting time on another ride) you still have to wait for the ride,you just dont have to queue apparently-Price of this… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/07/2010
Went to Legoland on Sunday 25th July. Quite dissapointed with the whole experience. The most dissapointing aspect was the huge number of wasps flying around. No idea why there were so many but they were absolutely everywhere. Very unpleasant. Even whilst eating in the restaurant they kept being a huge nuisance. I saw at least 3 people who had been stung by the wasps including young children… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/07/2010 by larny1180 (1 review written)
went to legoland and chessington on a 2 day break for our sons 6th birthday...arrived at legoland at 10.05, walked onto almost all rides without queueing. the only rides we had to queue for were the laser one and the log flume type ride (cant recall the names at the mo) quite a few school trips there on the day, but managed to get all the way round the park and on every ride at least once(went on some rides several times, especially after 3pm when most of the school trips had left!!). Left… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/07/2010
Legoland... (Sorry did you mean Waspland?)
What can I say: The layout and the rides looked really quite good but the queues were horrendous. The rides really were to short to justify the length of queues as children (2 & 4) had lost initial interest before got on ride.
On the upside was very impressed by number of toilet facilities.
WARNING! If you have wasp issues I really wouldn't go to legoland. The wasps aren't just around designated 'feeding' areas they are everywhere and there is alot… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/07/2010
What a complete waste of a day! Went on a Friday before end of term to avoid weekend queues - still spent most of the day queuing for rides which weren't even very exciting.
The toilets were disgusting and the food was shocking. Went for the healthy lunch boxes - the worst sandwich I have ever seen (with no butter and no choice of filling - value cheese or value cheese), a bruised apple, tiny bottle of water and mini yoghurt for £5.
Children gave up queuing and played on wooden cliumbing… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/07/2010
Surprised at reading some of the other reviews on wait times. We went on Wednesday 30th June and we walked straight in, no queuing and I do not think there was a queue for any ride. In fact, most times, the forcing of people to go down the line controls was a pain and people were going under the lines to get to the front. My kids went on 1 ride 4 times without waiting. There were quite a few school trips there and young kids, but nothing bad.
However, the theme park is definitely for… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/06/2010 by cupcakecutie (1 review written)
VISIT TO LEGOLAND 28TH JUNE 2010
PLEASE NOTE I HAD TO GIVE AT LEAST A ONE STAR RATING TO LEAVE A REVIEW BUT THIS SHOULD BE A -1
What has the Tussard group done to Legoland? It is now overpriced and much too commercialised. I know they are in business to make money but after our recent trip I will never venture to Legoland again.
On arrival at 10.25 it took 35 minutes to gain entry standing with 2 kids in the 90 degree sun. The park was packed with many queues of at least 25 minutes which may… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/06/2010
I went there with my 12 year old girl. We had come from Ireland and traveled by car from Holyhead to Alton. We stayed in a fabulous Bed and Breakfast right beside the park (Trough Ivy House) and walked into the park about 10am.
We had a fantastic time, highly recommended, especially for the over 10s.
We traveled more and went to Windsor. There was a huge queue for the castle so went to Legoland instead. We had a two for one voucher so I had to pay £38 to get in. I will keep this very short… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/06/2010
I visited the park as part of a family birthday trip. Had great hotel and park stay deal. However the hotel "NOVOTEL" was fantasic value. Food great. Legoland well great day out for children under 9. The rides have massive queues up to an hour to get on most rides as most of the rides are full of big kids (adults). Great value on drink bottles purchase for £6 and you can refill all day. Food prices ok. Bottle of cider £3.20 (was ice cold and pint size so good price)
PARKING IS A JOKE!!!!! LEFT… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/06/2010
Once we had gotten over the crazy admission charges we actually had a great time. We went on a Friday to avoid the weekend queues, made sure we got there for 10am and had a fairly stress free day. It's definitely aimed at younger kids, so any children over the age of 10 are going be bored, but my 7 and 4 year old boys really enjoyed it. Sure it could do with a bit of TLC, and they do need to review admission and food charges but, overall, a good family day out… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/06/2010
Complete waste of time and money.The rides are not specific to the park and last for just a few minutes while you queue for over an hour. In one ride the waiting crowd was left for nearly an hour in the dark and not even moving. There were not even any staff to whom we could complain.
The maintenance of the place is also shoddy.The food is also terrible… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/06/2010
I just wasted a day off work with my family. The kids had an 'inset' day off school this monday and we thought we'd visit Legoland as it would be fairly quiet. While chatting in a queue I was told it can be much busier, but as we queued up to an hour to get on most rides I find it incredible that that was a good day. We went on five rides, with the best part of five hours/most of the day taken up queueing. The staff/management of the park is diabolical and just caused further delay and misery… Read Full Review