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★☆☆☆☆

“Only for under 5 years old”

Written on: 13/06/2014 by Sanersen (1 review written)

We visited last week with my two children,12 and 8 years old, it was a very bad day. They did not get any fun because all the activities are for little children. It os not good to go ther for 1,5 hour jorney from london If your children are more than 5 years old. It was a disappointing day at all and we left after 2 our experience… Read Full Review

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“Awful experience”

Written on: 02/06/2014 by 172Benson (1 review written)

What should be a pleasant experience quickly becomes a nightmare when you are stuck in a traffic jam to get in to the park. When you finally get in to the park, you are faced with more horrendous queues, most rides at least 1 hour and this was a day when a lot of schools have gone back after half term. Goodness knows what it is like at peak times. In the end we purchased a Q-bot (£45 for 3) but all this meant was that we could wait somewhere else instead of in line. We still had to wait… Read Full Review

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Tanjad's Comment

Written on: 03/06/2014

just returned from Legoland could not agree more plus only two rides can accomodate children on laps(we have 11 month old baby and 3 and 8 year old children and could only go for a ride as a family in Atlantis and scenic train. queues were horrendeus....shame if they are not gready and have a limit on number of people per day it could have been a much nicer family day out.

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“Just a waste of time and money”

Written on: 24/05/2014 by 94Garner (1 review written)

I went on 22nd May with the family which included 2 kids 8 and 9. This park is such a pale comparison to Disney and Universal. The entrance lacks any feel of excitement. It's a slight upgrade from Gullivers Land, which believe me is the pits. There just is no magic anywhere. The staff try their best, but the whole place is so boring. The rides in the main are dated, there is just no feeling of joy anywhere in the park. But the worst thing about Legoland is the FOOD. It is disgusting, it… Read Full Review

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“First ever visit was left disappointed!”

Written on: 22/04/2014 by Ross1949 (1 review written)

We as a family decided to go away for the bank holiday. We decided to stay at the holiday inn express which was very nice. We arrived to check in an grabbed our tickets an we're excited to sett off to lego land.little did we know what going away in the bank holiday was going to be like. We arrived at 1:pm an got in with our tickets. To cut a long long story short the ques for rides were between 75 minutes to 90 minutes long we started to que for the log flume ride but in the end come out of… Read Full Review

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Bobbybrain's Comment

Written on: 24/05/2014

I can see how you got to feel like this. We waited well over an hour for the laser ride. There was a period of 20 minutes when the queue just stopped and a rope went up in front. No explanation and the Legoland guy just disappeared. No apology when he got back - just 'there was a technical fault'. Queues for loos , coffees etc. some machines broken. No seating next to concessions etc.

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★☆☆☆☆

“Great if you like waiting all day to go on 2 rides”

Written on: 20/04/2014 by Maddox94 (1 review written)

To make your visit worth the price you pay, you will need to spend a whole week in the queues!! Too many people are admitted into the park. Sheer greed!! Kids complain, adults get frustrated, not a fun experience at all !!! Work it out ! The hours they are open. X the time you wait, x the rides you can go on ??? Rip off. Need to limit the amount of people they let in, instead of packing them in and counting the money!!! Also now charging for parking!!! Rip off… Read Full Review

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“Explotative”

Written on: 18/04/2014 by KamrenTemple (1 review written)

We went on a sunny day in March. Queues started just off the M4. Took 40 mins from parking to gain entry due to queues at the entry gates. And the queuing doesn't end at the gate. Queuing for most rides was 60mins, and 100mins for some. The estimates times to get to the front are a joke, because of the Q-Bot system means those who can afford it in effect jump the queues. With a free adult ticket and 2 children, entry was almost £90. Add to that the cost of parking, the additional costs… Read Full Review

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“Great if you like queuing!”

Written on: 18/04/2014

Disappointed that having paid extortionate entry fees only to find that at every ride we were met with huge queues which the rich (and the stupid) could jump by purchasing at great expense a q-bot ticket (legoland this is wrong...money should not buy you privilege- this is 2014!). Try explaining to your children who have queued for an hour for a 2 minute ride that people are allowed to push in (queue jump) because they have paid extra. Luckily we had the sense to take a packed lunch- the "food"… Read Full Review

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“What an awful day out”

Written on: 26/03/2014

Very poor, staff are miserable, food awful and expensive, Smokers treated like cattle, awful experience for ages 3- 44!! Would never go back, i would never advise any of my family and friends to go, Would have expected more from a theme park so well advertised, not family friendly… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“Kids love it”

Written on: 07/03/2014 by Susanmiller1 (1 review written)

Been 3 times with the kids, we always get the overnight deal and have 2 days and a stay in a nearby hotel (15 mins drive). Costs us around 150 for 2 adults and 2 kids and they live every second. Well worth it… Read Full Review

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“ rip off”

Written on: 10/12/2013

I booked a Santa Christmas experience at Legoland for four adults and a child.....total with transportation 210 pounds.When we arrived a spooky train without any lights took as to the ''destination'' which consisted in three rides,a chestnut seller,a very long queue to see Santa ,where one had to wait in cold for around an hour and a half,glasses filled half with hot drinks and a non functional Egyptian temple.The worst experience so far.....I advise anyone who wants to go not to do it. … Read Full Review

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★★★★☆

“Pretty good!”

Written on: 28/11/2013

Took the kids the other day! Not bad day out - food was a little expensive and overall a basic level of value for money… Read Full Review

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★★★☆☆

“Great but not much for the adults”

Written on: 17/11/2013 by karlwinters (1 review written)

It probably sounds like a bit of an odd comment to include on a Lego Land review but it's true. Unlike other parks such as Alton Towers, the onus of this place it firmly on the younger generation. We enjoyed it though and the kids loved it!… Read Full Review

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★★★★☆

“Great Day Out”

Written on: 06/11/2013 by samanthakbentley (3 reviews written)

Took the kids about a month ago to LEGOLAND, we had a great time, kids absolutely loved playing around, and we too as parents enjoyed it, the food restaurant we went at was decent and clean. All the rides are much fun for kids of all ages, queuing was also not so bad though I believe it can get very busy. Kids really love the Fire Academy where they played little fireman, also the Pirate of Skeleton attraction seemed very popular and kids love it… Read Full Review

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★★★★☆

“Not a place to take your teenager!”

Written on: 24/10/2013 by janesmith1975 (36 reviews written)

Legoland is great, but only if you're of a certain age. It is great too see some of the world's attractions as lego creations but this particular attraction is not suitable to anyone 13-17. A mistake I made and spent the day with a moody teenager. Easy to get to, loads of parking but entry is expensive… Read Full Review

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“Not what it's cracked up to be ”

Written on: 24/10/2013 by pickers12 (2 reviews written)

I took my four kids here on a tight budget and it not only cost an arm and a leg it was not as good as other attractions we could have gone to. I know with four children it won't be cheap but gods sake £60 food bill is insane!… Read Full Review

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“LEGOLAND ”

Written on: 30/09/2013 by KENC1956 (1 review written)

EVERY RIDE LONG WAITING TIMES 1HR MIN TO 1.7 HRS WOULD NOT GO AGAIN PERHAPS EVERY BODY SHOULD BOYCOTT THE PLACE FOR A WEEK THEY WOULD THEN GET THE MESSAGE CUT THE WAITING TIME… Read Full Review

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“Legos are cool...Legoland is not”

Written on: 19/09/2013 by JRebus (2 reviews written)

Honestly, how did they mess this one up? Legos are the coolest thing EVER and they manage to turn the theme park into a large money-making business that is NOT WORTH THE MONEY. Long lines, mediocre food, mdiocre everything… Read Full Review

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“Please save your money”

Written on: 17/09/2013

I got to legoland fighting the through traffic only to find you have to pay for parking.its only £3 but when you Have just paid £120.00 discount price...shouldn't the parking be free??there was me and wifey and and four kids 16-6-4-3 years.i got there at 11.50 and got in the legoland at 1pm due to the queue.i got to the first ride and after 50 mins of waiting my daughter was not aloud on the ride because she was 2mm short. No really 2mm short.had I have put high heals on her she would have… Read Full Review

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★☆☆☆☆

“NOT value for money”

Written on: 14/09/2013

I was extremely disappointed with the value for money. Tickets are expensive, food is poor and extremely expensive and there appears to be more shops than rides. On top of that, you purchase a parking ticket which they check before you leave the car park. As if they haven't taken enough of your money. If I had felt I had received value for money I would not have been so disgruntled about the demand for my parking ticket as I left. When it was time to eat we ordered at the restaurant in the… Read Full Review

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★☆☆☆☆

“5 hours queueing for 10 minutes of rides”

Written on: 09/09/2013

Firstly, the children seemed to enjoy it, and we have to remember that is the main reason most people go to Legoland. However, even with vouchers to allow adults to enter free, it cost us well over £100 for our three children to enter. We arrived at opening time and left at closing time. With time for lunch we managed to get on just 4 rides throughout the day. These all involved queuing for around an hour in order to get what seemed like 1 - 3 minutes on a ride. They charge an extra £3 for… Read Full Review

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