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Written on: 31/08/2011
Very spontaneous booking of a night at a hotel with two days access to the park. Booked Sunday night and arrived at Legoland 9.30 Monday morning! I took my 12 year old daughter &two year old son and we all had a fab time. Because we had printed the tickets at home we were able to go straight to the access gates rather than foyers to purchase tickets. The longest we queued was 25 minutes for the hot air balloon ride ( frankly only fun if you are two!) and we accessed most of the rides. The… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/08/2011 by supermumof2prettyprincesses (1 review written)
After reading all the negative reviews about legoland, the parking being miles away, food was very expensive blah blah blah, i mean hello where do these people go for a day out???? I was sceptical about it!! Parking was fine....bit of a walk but really not that far. There was so much for my kids, aged nearly 4 & 5 that we couldn't do it all in 1 day, mainly because we were shattered!! the rides were fantastic for my 2 girls who really aren't into lego until now!!! Yes we had to que for… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2011
I wanted to write a review from the disability point of view as I am physically disabled and my son has autism and ADHD. Physical:- The hills were mighty steep and my husband struggled to get my wheelchair up some of the slopes. Most of Legoland is slopes so this was a bit of a problem. In fact it was so steep the tyre on my wheel came off and estates had to come to my rescue but that was no problem for them. Learning disability:- My son had an exit pass so the queues were not a problem for… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/08/2011 by DebbiP (1 review written)
We booked a hotel and 2 day legoland package. The hotel Berystede in Ascot was absolutely fantastic, though we paid for a more expensive hotel, and service was second to none. Legoland was very busy, I had pre-booked Qbots because even though it was £15 per person, no-one likes queing, and it was well worth the money. The staff were all very helpful and happy, the park is spotless, and I was told it was a rip off, not really, though we did take a picnic. You are paying for the experience… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/07/2011
Waited in long queues, which began at Legoland park entrance. The first ride The Viking Splash was out of order. All other rides were average of 45-60min queue time. Entry fee was outrageous - 2 adults and 2 children cost £140. Most rides only last 3-5mins. You would get more in an average amusement park which would not cost a fortune! We will not be returning for a visit and I would NOT recommend visiting. Waste of time, money and energy… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/07/2011 by mumdoc (1 review written)
We went on our first-ever trip to Legoland this weekend (the first day of the school summer holidays) for my son's 8th birthday treat. We had read hundreds of online reviews and canvassed opinions from all friends and so went with some trepidation. But we need not have worried. We had a superb time and my children (8 and 3.5) absolutely loved it. Pros: The park was clean, well kept and the staff (they seem to be everywhere) were smiley (even at the end of a long day), really helpful and… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/07/2011 by Judgejeffery (1 review written)
Legoland was a major disappointment and a total rip off. We went on a school inset day last friday thinking it wouldn't be too busy, but badly mistaken. A couple of things really hacked me off. Firstly, dispite charging a very high price for entry, they still wanted a couple of quid for parking on top. As if you have any other choice ! Secondly, anyone who could afford to pay even more for a "QBOT" pass could simply jump straight to the front of all the queues. Another £15 a head for… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/07/2011
I went to Lego and today,it was really good and best theme park ever! Ratings: attractions 10/10 shops and restaurants: 9/10 also hardly any litter so really clean the only thing is we payed to 2.00 to get out of the park but we left around 7:00 and we went to the barriers to get out and it was open what a waste of money! Anyway it was excellent and was top notch. … Read Full Review
Written on: 05/07/2011 by LittleGems (1 review written)
I visited with my partner, 7 and 1 year old. My youngest spent the entire day in the buggy as it was extremley busy which was expected as it was the summer holidays. We did however expect there to be an area that she could get out the buggy for a while but it just wasnt possible. All of the other visitors and staff all looked very annoyed and the atmosphere was terrible. We only managed to get on 3 of the larger rides and a few of the smaller ones which you could find at your local fair. There… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/06/2011
We decided to try legoland and paid 85 pounds which is a discounted price believe it or not for a family of 3. My son was quite interested in the lego statues to begin with. However once we decided to Que up for the rides, the dissapointment sank in. The waiting time was a joke, hours on end for rides, in the whole day we probably managed 5 rides, which for the price was abysmal. After queing for well it seemed an eternity for the dyno ride, we eventually got on and it lasted about 90… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/06/2011
We have been thinking about going to Legoland for quite a while now and we finally decided on a Legoland family day. I felt it was really poor value for money, given the very lengthy queues for the rides and the very limited kids' play areas. The most impressive part of the park was Miniland, which was fantastic, but otherwise, it really didn't meet our expectations when I think about the prices of the tickets. I can't imagine we'll be back… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/05/2011 by SRandall (1 review written)
(Young children slant comment). We LOVE Legoland. Prior to our initial visit (on my son's 2nd birthday last Oct) I hadn't realise how geared up for small children Legoland is, so I upgraded that day to an annual pass as we live 20 mins away and have a 9month baby too. This year alone we've been 10 times so far (myself and both children) and its been fab every time and perfect for little ones. There are plenty of rides I can take the baby on, and attendents are happy to look after her on a few… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/05/2011
As a lego enthusiast when I was young, I was looking forward to going. One of the worst days out. Rip off at every corner. No relevance to lego apart from some dated algae covered lego statues which are of no entertainment value. Queued for over an hour to get on a log flume ride of about 3 minutes then ends in a washout rather than a fun splash. The canyon ride the same.
Never again. Been to Thorpe Park, Alton Towers and would go again, but not to this drivel… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/04/2011
Just don't bother. It's a rip off aimed fairly and squarely at mugs who've just got off a Jet at Heathrow.
Tired, faded, Chav food, expensive, queuetastic, boring. The whole place looks like it's had a £500 lego makeover - you could be at your local fairground.
Realistic value would be @ £10 per person entry. Kids had more fun at a steam museum… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/04/2011
Our worst day out with the kids ever (ages 5, 6 and 8). Massive queues - one hour for most of the rides, long queues for toilets and ice creams. The two water rides were closed for maintenance. Bins overflowing with rubbish. Rip-off prices all round. AVOID!… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2011
Again, a review to add some balance to this list which seems to seriously polarise opinion.
Firstly, yes, Legoland isn't cheap - however, please show me a modern theme park that is... that's right - you can't. We opted for annual premium passes as we don't live that far from the park and, as it's the equivalent of 2 and a half visits at full ticket price, it makes sense for us. Having been for the first time at the weekend I don't regret our decision in this regard. Either way, it's a hell of… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2011
Visited legoland a few years ago and it wasn't a very successful visit but put this down to my children being too young at the time. Was persuaded to go back yesterday as my son is an avid Star Wars fan. It cost us just over £130 for the family. The 1st 15 mins were fab when we had photos taken with Star Wars characters. We then moved into the park itself where we queued for rides, queued for food, walked miles to find anything of interest. We stayed late for the 'main attraction' of the day… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2011
First time we've been to legoland and probably the last! We queued to get in, queued to park and then queued all day long for very short lasting rides! Couldn't eat where we wanted as the queue was so long they'd stopped people coming in. Miniland was out of date and looking a bit tired now, which is a shame as my son really wanted to see it.
Staff were great and polite and park was clean despite it being packed that day. Carpark charge is an insult. You need to go on a really quiet day or pay… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/04/2011
We went to Legoland for the Star Wars laser show. It lasted 10 minutes and was very poor indeed... a total waste of money. Also, you now have to queue for ages to get out because of the recently imposed parking charges.
We wouldn't recommend this attraction… Read Full Review
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