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Written on: 20/08/2014 by gxDavis196 (1 review written)
Prices were as expected, exorbitant entrance fee and food prices but also very disappointed with the rest of the day as well. The park was so full (apparently there is no limit to how many people they will let into the park) that we had to queue for half an hour or so to just get in to the car park, this then became the theme of the day. Extremely long queues for everything and they had sold out of qbots (which were an extra £15 per person). We were there from 11am till 7pm and my son… Read Full Review
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
Written on: 06/08/2013 by Kraggy (14 reviews written)
We went to Legoland Windsor this weekend just gone, Four adults and six kids in total. The layout is practically the same as any other attraction theme park. Entry is expensive as is the food you will have to buy. This park milks money out of customers for all it is worth. As well as the entry fee, you pay for parking, drinks, food and inevitably, Lego toy shops. I saw some Lego sets at well over the £300 mark, what??? There are plenty of rides however, mainly aimed at smaller children. My… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/06/2013
Legoland is a park aimed at younger children. They allow the queues to be too long for the short ride at the end. By charging q bot they bring a class system into the park. Children queuing fairly watch in despair as those with an expensive q bot jump to the front. If you pay entry i believe you should be guaranteed the possibility of going on every ride but as they pack it to over flowing it is not a possibility. You do not get what you believe you are paying for. After such long queues the… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/06/2013 by Denise0306 (1 review written)
I booked to go to Legoland as a treat for my niece, nephew and daughter - to get the most out of the day we stayed overnight at a Premier Inn as we live a distance away and I wanted us to get in for 10.00 am to make the most out of the day. We ended up queuing for over 3 hours in the car (we were staying only 5 miles away). After phoning Legoland we were advised to leave the car and go on foot (even though I had per-booked parking). We did this - but it's a long walk from the road especially… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/05/2013
If you are going then check the height of your kids. If their under 0.9mtrs then they can't go on anything, between 0.9 and 1.3 then they have to ride with an adult, even though the rides are small and far from fast. Watch out for the metal height measuring tool too, hit my two year twice with it. I had no issues at all in euro Disney but here it's safety gone mad and to the extreme… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/03/2013
My son had been begging me for years to go to Legoland. We finally saved up enough money to go as we live 300 miles away. Well what can I say! It was very expensive to get in. We queued for over an hour for rides and only got to go on two the whole day because we'd had enough of queuing. The food park was expensive, dirty and poorly run. I waited 35 minutes to be served box of doughnuts by which time my coffee went cold. We bought hotdogs from a stand where two girls in there didn't have a… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/08/2012
We were all super excited about going to legoland, especially my daughter who is mad on Lego but we were all very disappointed with it. It all looks really shabby and dirty. There were hardly any rides compared to other parks we've been too that cost loads less. what rides there were you had to wait nearly an hour for most of them. It was very expensive to get in and the food was too. We wouldn't go back :(… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/08/2012 by rich5224 (1 review written)
Very expensive for what is a small theme park with lengthy queues. Paultons is cheaper, better rides, very small queues. It is also somewhere dads will enjoy going. Legoland isn't for young children, and is boring for older kids. £2 for parking after £45 entry is disgusting too… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/05/2012
I found the whole thing horribly commercial. The fact that you can pay more money and jump the queues is entirely offensive. There are three different payment levels for pushing in, from 15 quid to 70 quid. I went on a quiet day and it didn't really make much difference but I can imagine you would end up hating people who just strolled up and got on a ride that you had been waiting for 30 minutes for. Twisted !… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/04/2012 by Rach79 (1 review written)
Legoland Windsor - This park has the potential to be a great day out, especially for younger kiddies as the rides aren't too extreme and the lego models are ace. Unfortunately, as with a lot of theme parks in our country, you pay an absolute fortune to get in only to queue for an hour for each ride, which do not last more than about 3 minutes. In order to maximise their profit, they drastically overfill the park so it is impossible to have any real fun. Such a shame as the rides there are… 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: 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: 17/09/2010
This will seem a negative review but I was very disappointed at how it has changed. Legoland has become far too expensive and the parking fee is an added insult, the food was over priced and the queues a nightmare especially with small children, I do not think that I shall bring my Grandchildren next year unless things change. Lastly would it not be possible to put more seating around and rearrange the paddling pool area so that parents can watch their children without getting soaking… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/09/2010
As the majority of reviewers have said on here, we too felt this was a complete waste of money. Very long queues and the QBot which cost us £60 for the four of us was overpriced considering the rides available on it. We went on the 30th August so we thought it would be less busy than peak season but I don't think it was.
The rides are really designed for very young children so our 11 year old was bored for the most part. Regarding the wasp problem, it certainly wasn't as bad as other reviews… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/08/2010 by sonia321 (1 review written)
The rides at Lego-Land were not up to my standards as i as a teenager i felt that they did not have rides for different aged children. The cues for the rides were TERRIBLE!!! We waited in the cues for 3 hours and the ride only did last less then 2minutes..+ the rides were not even that good. I wus very DISSAPOINTED. They also have a WASP problem and my 2 year old brother got stung TWICE on the face..It wus not really nice at all as the wasps were EVERYWHERE..i DO NOT think it was value for… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/08/2010
Went to Legoland yesterday with my 7 & 4 year old and paid £75 to get in. It took on average 1h 15m to queue for the rides and these where not WOW rides these where just little kiddie rides. The queues were a nightmare(i totally understood its half term, i have been to others in half term and no way were this THIS BAD ),the staff were getting people off the rides and leaving the rides empty for 5 miniutes and then the next people would go on !The people with Q-Bot passes were FIRST for… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/08/2010
This was our third visit and most disappointing; we won't go again. Irritated by the licensed queue jumping (immoral at any price), poorly trained staff, generally grasping attitude typified by the £2 fee for parking! Liked the food and service at knight's tale restaurant and a couple of the new rides were good. Place seems to have lost it's soul. Our day was only rescued by getting on the big rides quickly at the end of the day.
KB… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/08/2010 by John McCabe (1 review written)
My family ( 2 adults ,2 children)had a fantastic day, we got in for £40.00 with tesco vouches and 1 free child entry child, however I have some concerns for Legoland.
We did have a pack lunch, but a few visits to kiosk showed the food was expensive and rubbish.
I understand there was a wasp problem, fortunately resolved by my visit, but it should not have happened
Why do they charge for parking, what choice do we have. Better to concentrate on traffic management than collecting… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/08/2010
The queue for all the rides was very long when we were there, the food was pricey as you would expect from a theme park and very poor quality, My wife ordered Chicken Tikka curry and rice which was almost cold by the time we queued up at the one till that was serving and got to our table, the same with my pie and chips with peas, so take your food if you have to go.
Legoland must have a wasp infestation, the refillable drink bottles we purchased were like a wasp magnets - we were constantly… Read Full Review
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