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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
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
Written on: 16/05/2013 by JudsonCoxson797 (3 reviews written)
We enjoyed the day with family and kids, it was nice to see especially the kids having such as great time in what is the park of one of their favorite games. I also believe in Lego as being a tool that can help develop some good mental faculties. The prices there are reasonable, though they could do better and make it a little cheaper so that more people would go. The place is well set, very good facilities all around, many rides and themes for the kids. Good place to take your kids in my… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/09/2012 by MrTambourineMan (12 reviews written)
Strange that I haven't been to Legoland sooner given that it is practically on my doorstep, but I guess that is often the way with things that are on your doorstep (also the kids have been there with various clubs so it was never a priority). Anyway I went last week as a little treat before the kids were due back at school and I was blown away. The place is fantastic! Yes, there are the usual honorific queues, but then I expected that the week before the schools go back. There is also enough… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/06/2012 by Lulu100 (1 review written)
Great for young children, even if it is a bit tiring pushing the pram around the park. Not good in the wet though. Unforunately yesterday it was extremely wet. Not only is there a lack of indoor rides - ok, not much they can do about this - but actually there is a lack of "covered" areas for those of us braving the elements and wanting our picnic lunch or simply a hot cup of tea without having to be soaked in the process. Also, restaurants need to be left open longer. Rides shut at 6pm but… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/04/2012
we went march 17 2012 hotel was still bit slow but kids happy room was good the queues were zero walked on u can moan bout it being busy but when the holidays comes and seeing legoland is so near london it will be busy get the holiday out of school time never in sumer holidays esp this year u will regret the experience so make the effort get the time off work get the kids a day off school and enjoy the rides without queues and complaining we didnt even have to pay 4 car park… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/10/2011 by Catfan1999 (1 review written)
We really enjoyed Legoland but lots of the rides are water based and you can get very wet. If you do go on a ride and get wet DON`T use the `Family dryers` that cost £2 because they don't help at all! The best rides are:: *The Dragons Lair (Roller Coaster) *Pirate Falls (Log Flume) (Water) *Driving School *Atlantis (Submarine) Overall we think it is a very good value for money but we had a Q-Bot which really helps! Thanks to the Q-Bot we managed about 15-20 Rides! … 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: 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: 28/09/2010
We are Merlin pass holders so I can't comment on the entrance fees.
We have two sons aged 8 & 11 and have been here 4 times so far this year - 21st March,23rd May,20th June (Fathers Day) and 25th July,all Sundays.We have never experienced problems driving into Legoland and have always come straight in.Likewise,we have never queued to get out of the cp at night,maybe that is because we always leave right at the end of the day,by which time other people may have already left.
We have experienced… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/09/2010
We have annual passes for Legoland (bought via Tesco vouchers) and use the park very regularly. Some of the reviews are right regarding cost/queues but they can be avoided.
Lots of sites have 2for1 vouchers or lastminute discount sites are good for discounted tickets. This can really reduce the entrance price also lots of local shops/supermarkets have these vouchers on items in store. I asked at my local Sainsburys customer service and bought some yogurts for £2 that had the 2for1 voucher on… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/09/2010
I went with my 5 year old daughter. The reviews below all sum up the problems, however planning (and money) solves all.
Get there 30 minutes before the park opens, head straight for the main rides far side and work your way back. Take a rucksack with your own drinks and food. We got entrance tickets half price from lastminute.com. Ride queues without QBOT were awful from around 11 to 4.30 and when driving out of the car park dont turn left towards Windsor/M4 and join the jam, turn right with… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/09/2010
i went to legoland with my family of 6 people. The queues were long but you will expect it at a theme park. Went on the hill train good but my daughter was in a wheelchair so she had to sit in a seperate cart from the rest of the family. Queues were not as long as i expected but they werent really short. The kids Dragon Rollercoaster was the only ride we had to wait for as it was a 45minute wait. My Daughter got to the front of the queue as she was in a wheelchair but we felt sorry for the… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/09/2010
I didn't read the reviews on this site until the night before we were due to visit. I have to say I was horrified by what I was reading and feared the worst for the day ahead which was already planned and paid for. Having gone ahead and visited the park I feel compelled to give a more measured review of the place.
A lot of the concerns raised here have some substance, however I think that these should be explained a little further.
Firstly, let's get used to the idea that Legoland is an… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/08/2010
Fantastic day, kept interested and happy all day, yes there are wasps but don't make a fuss over them and they BUZZ off! we had a 6 yr old and a 9 yr old who coped with them fine.
Great rides....i thoroughly recommend getting the QBOT. yes a little more money but well worth it, the queues were huge all day but the longest we had to wait was 5 mins!!!!! managing to see other attractions/eat/visit the loos while the qbot did the hard work. We even managed to do some of the… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2010
Took three children 10yr, 7yr and 4yr to Legoland Windsor - they all absolutely loved it. Very pricey to get in - especially for adults considering not all adults go on the rides i.e. nan's and grandad's. We used Tesco Clubcard rewards - so glad we did. Wouldn't have been happy paying full price. There are also a lot of 2 for 1 tickets that you can get.
Wasps were a bit of a nuisance, but only if you carry around sweet stuff with you. Take a picnic lunch if you can. The rides involving… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/08/2010
Ok, not a bad trip, kids loved it so that's what matters...
An attendant measured my three year old daughter for a ride and got way over zealous that she measured "2mm" under the bar so she produced another bar and asked my 3 year old to put her feet together, put her head up, straighen her back and so forth (this lasted 3 minutes). My daughter got panicky and started to get upset... Health and safetly gone mad!!! I did object to get her saying "I could get the sack" and… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/08/2010
I thought Legoland was a very good trip. I have 2 kids under 12 and they absolutely loved it. They have a value deal on drinks £6.00 and they give you a container which you can fill up for free all day long. The food was exceptionally good for a theme park. The rides and attractions again were very good. I wasn't sure what to expect when visiting the park as this was my first time but after this visit the kids are begging me to take them back again. We stayed at the quality hotel around 5… Read Full Review
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