UGLW - Unofficial Guide to Legoland Windsor

Unofficial Guide to Legoland Windsor


UGLW: Unofficial Guide to Legoland Windsor
Everything you need to know - and more - about your visit to Lego Land, one of the UK's top tourist attractions



Hello! Welcome to UGLW - Unofficial Guide to Legoland Windsor.

About Legoland Windsor

Legoland Windsor is a theme park in Berkshire, UK, which targets families with children of 3-12 years of age.

The entrance to Legoland Windsor showing the ticket booths
The entrance to Legoland Windsor showing the ticket booths

The theme park contains over 50 interactive rides, shows and attractions and is located in attractive parkland bordering Windsor Great Park.

The theme throughout Legoland is letting kids become heroes, whether being fire fighters at the Fire Academy, pirate boat captains at Pirate Falls or helicopter pilots at Duplo Valley Airport.

Legoland Windsor was opened in 1996 and contains about 55 million Lego bricks. It had around 2 million visitors in 2012.

The entire grounds of Legoland Windsor occupy over 150 acres (61 hectares) and the area which is accessible to guests occupies 72 acres (29 hectares).

New at Legoland

Legoland continues to receive investment. In 2015 the Traffic area was converted to be part of LEGO City. The Driving School was improved with another lane and more cars and there are changes at Coastguard HQ (previously known as Boating School), with more boats and upgraded scenery. A new area "LEGO Friends Heartlake City" has been created which features meet and greets and a live action show in the harbour area. But 2015's biggest change is the addition of a new ride, Mia's Riding Adventure.

2014 saw the re-vamping of Pirate Falls in an area now known as Pirate Shores. This area also hosts the re-launched and re-named Castaway Camp.

2013 saw the re-vamp of Duplo Land, changing name to Duplo Valley and having most of its attractions refreshed. This area is aimed at the youngest visitors. A new water play attraction, Drench Towers was added there.

Legoland is currently closed

Legoland Windsor is currently closed and will re-open in spring 2016.

About this website - UGLW

UGLW - Unofficial Guide to Legoland Windsor - has been designed to help you get the most out of a visit to the theme park. The website has lots of information including how to get there, ticket prices and descriptions of each ride and attraction. There are lots of photos of the theme park and videos of the rides in action. We review every Legoland Windsor ride so you know what to ride - and what to avoid!

We also have a page suggesting what rides and attractions are suitable for older kids, younger kids and families and our useful top tips for a visit to Legoland Windsor.

UGLW contains everything you need to know - and more - about your visit to Legoland Windsor.

Use the menu on the left to view the pages. You might want to start with Legoland Windsor opening times.

UGLW is not associated or affiliated with LEGO or LEGOLAND and is not an official website of the LEGO Group.



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UGLW News:

November 2015
Legoland is now closed for the winter. See you next year!

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Very useful guide, I printed off a summary top tips when we had family come to visit from abroad, really helped!

MP, 10 August 2015


The secret directions were brilliant, thanks.

W, 1 August 2015


Just returned from Legoland Windsor, have to say I found your advice spot on.

SR, 23 May 2015


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