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
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
Written on: 04/09/2012 by Nikkij (1 review written)
Absultly loved LegoLand and the submarine was amazing. Hotel was great just one thing spoilt it for me. I've got cancer got to be care. So played it safe had a kids choice from the buffet meals. And there was big bones in the food. Wasn't very nice. So put me and my partner off. And that cost £40!! Which is ridiculous. I told a member of the restrurant, when he ask food ok. I said "wasn't very nice had bones in kids food." he didn't say a word just looked at me. And gave me a receipt. Damn… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/08/2012
Having spent 3 nights in the Legoland Hotel in mid August 2012 with 2 grandchildren we found that the rooms were excellent and the night entertainmant for the kids was great. However the organisation at Legoland was a shamlbles. Young members of staff had been taught to do "HIGH FIVES" How to say "HIGH GUYS" and "HAVE A NICE DAY" When it came to organisation things went badly wrong. The passes issued to enter and leave the park were sheets of paper which contained a bar code and which became… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/08/2012 by Adina31 (1 review written)
We were there yesterday and for my 5 year old son this was a much longed for visit. We only went for the day but I tell you, after reading 100+ reviews (85% negative) and planning the day with military precision it went off almost perfectly! Cleanliness I have to agree with the majority about how dated and tired the Lego displays throughout the park looked. They definitely need updating as colours are fading etc...but even a good jetwash could bring most of them them up sparkling. There are… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/08/2010
Visited Legoland between 11am and 7.30pm with a 2 for one offer for 8 year old and mum. We thoroughly enjoyed our day but queues very very long - over an hour for many but less than 10 minutes after about 5pm so it was worth waiting and doing other things. The Q-bot system is very unpopular with people waiting in long queues and seems to make the wait much longer. The Pirate stunt show was fantastic - no queues there. Wasps around but seem to be under control now. We took our own food and… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/08/2010
Overall an OK day but queues far too long for 2 minute rides.
Main upset for the day was the number of wasps everywhere. This should be mentioned on their site for people like myself that have severe allergies to stings. They were EVERYWHERE! We saw quite a few people get stung too.
Food a little pricey but to be expected in a theme park. If we had paid full price for tickets it would not have been worth the money.
Overall the rides are pretty poor but models etc are great which saved the… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/08/2010 by christina mucha (2 reviews written)
I took a few kids along and they absolutely loved it as so did the adults, myself included. Would recommend it to everyone… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/08/2010
Took my 3 yr old grandaughter and 11 year old grandson to Legoland and really enjoyed the day even though the wasps were a continous nuisance. At the end of the visit however on leaving the park my grandson asked for a carton of popcorn to eat in the car on the journey back to the midlands. At legoland popcorn is served from a cart with a choice of flavours, you get a container and fill your own. Any spillages go into a trough as you can imagine this is a wasps theme park in it's own right. I… Read Full Review
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: 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: 04/06/2010
As other reviewers have pointed out, a trip to Legoland has to be well planned out.
My son (6) and I went for two days, with a stay in a hotel for 1 night.
On the first day it took 3 hours to reach there from Essex, the M25 was appaling and the roads near Legoland when we near to it around 10am was suffering from heavy congestion, so if you plan to go leave early.
So when arriving at the park we where both a but worse for wear after a 3 hour drive so spent most of the day looking around and… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/10/2009
I have always wanted to go to legoland and the lego masterpieces did not disapoint! However... Luckily we phoned before hand and were advised to come early so we did manage to get on 2 rides before the que times were in excess of 1 hour on over half the rides. I did not feel the food was particularly over priced (for a theme park) and choice/quality was not bad. The thing i feel lets the place down other than the que times were the site maps and signage at the park. On more than two occasions… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/08/2009
My thoughts .... well, don't go to legoland if you want to ride the more adult rides as the que lengths are just too long. It was idea for my childre (7,5 and 3), but for teenagers it would have been rubbish. My children went on all the small rides and watched the 4-D films - they thought it was great.
We've got a merlin pass so value wasn't an issue - but i would have been upset if i'd paid £30 per adult to go in and was only able to go on children's rides.
The lego shop was really good - my… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/08/2009
After viewing all bad reviews nearly didn't go to Legoland, Windsor, but it was useful as went prepared. Arrived 9.30 a must, althought rides don't open until 10am , this means you can get tickets and go in and be at front of the queue for favourite ride. We went straight onto viking ride, onto pirate falls and dragon ride in first 40 minutes before queues built. As day went on queues did grow and others moaning about how each ride 2 hr wait. We did wait 1hr for the new pharoahs lazer ride… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/08/2009 by pete71 (1 review written)
We had a lovely two days in Legoland, but it was let down by the cost and the number of people there. (I can't see how they could have fitted any more in !)
On the first day we (me and my 9 year old daughter) started waiting for the Jungle Coaster (which is a very short and not very exciting roller coaster), but Legoland employee came out and told us the queue would be 2.5 hours ! (so we didn't wait). We got one next day in the morning after waiting for 1 hour, but were disappointed with… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/08/2009
I went with my wife and 9 year old daughter to legoland, windsor. We had half price tickets which I was glad of, because if I had paid full price it would not have been worth it.
The 4D show was only in 2D because the 3d Projector was broken, Balloon School was not working, the photo machine was not working for the Viking River Rapids and the Jungle coast was only open half day.
They expect you also to pay upto £38 per person to get into the park then pay an extra £10 per person for the… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/07/2009 by esmith28 (1 review written)
Varied attractions. We enjoyed 4D show, vikings, driving school, lasers especially good for us as we don't much like scary rides.
Choice of food and not too crowded.
Extras, preferred parking, photos, licences at driving school, ponchos etc etc all adds up to a feeling of being ripped off.
Alternative routes MUST be signposted. Arrived frazzled having queued through Windsor… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/06/2009
Legoland, Windsor is a good day out if you have a qbot. Although its more money it certainly is worth every penny. All queues seemed to be 45 minimum wait in the blazing hot sun, and all for two minutes max of a ride!!!! i found it extremely busy and saw lots of unhappy children and parents! i wouldnt return unless i had a qbot! food is not expensive 5.95 for meal deals and you can buy refillable drink cups for the kids for 4.95 they fill it for free all day… Read Full Review
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