Ah, beautiful Berkshire, with its stunning greenery and historic buildings. Whether you’re heading to the area with your youngsters for a quintessentially British break, or you’re local to this quaint area of the English countryside, it’s always handy to have a number of attractions at hand which will keep the kids entertained.
As parents, we want to give our children the world, and at Christmas, this is all too apparent. However, the pile of gifts sitting under the Christmas tree come Christmas morning is wonderful, but will they remember these in years to come. This Christmas switch your focus to creating magical family memories with a trip to one of the Merlin attractions to enjoy the festivities.
Last weekend we headed over to LEGOLAND Windsor to enjoy their Summer of Fun event. Which features a pop-up beach party, complete with 10m beach, deckchairs and faux beach huts.
The LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort has unveiled its first ever giant sand sculpture depicting a family of huge LEGO® Minifigures enjoying…
After two previous failed attempts to visit LEGOLAND Windsor this year due to snow. We finally managed to visit last weekend. Not only that, but it appears that the sun finally remembered where the UK was and decided to grace us with its presence for the day.
The weekend finally saw our attempts to visit LEGOLAND Windsor bringing a whole new meaning to third time lucky. With two previous attempts falling on snow days (*shakes a fist at the Beast from the East and the mini version too). We arrived to find the sun shining (making up for all the bad weather we’d experienced in recent weeks) and a host of much loved rides, alongside some new attractions waiting for us to explore.
As the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort opens its doors for the new season; the Park has released an exclusive drone’s eye view of the iconic new additions to its world-famous Miniland attraction.
Giving a unique first look at the famous landmarks from across the world, the drone footage explores every brick of Miniland’s brand new LEGO sights including recreations of the Taj Mahal (Agra) St. Basil’s Cathedral (Moscow), the Sydney Opera House (Sydney) and the Forbidden City (Beijing).
Junior Builder Week returns to the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort’s Hotels this February half term (9-17 February 2018) for a brick-filled week of fun. Junior Builder Week 2018 sees a takeover of LEGO® Minifigure in celebration of the 40th birthday of the Minifigure. Little builders can join in the fun from just £38pp, with an overnight stay and breakfast at the unique LEGOLAND Hotel or, or for the first time, the new LEGOLAND Castle Hotel.