Great Britain, Legoland Winkfield Road Windsor Berkshire SL4 4AY, 0871 2222 001
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  • Address: Legoland Winkfield Road Windsor Berkshire SL4 4AY
  • Phone number: 0871 2222 001

Pirates Wanted! Join the crew at LEGOLAND Windsor as they set up camp in Pirates Landing! Learn swashbuckling, seafaring skills at the Pirate Training Camp before testing your nerve, and your stomach, on the new swinging pirate ship.

Then set sail for a soaking and follow the pirates on a hunt for treasure on the "explosively" enhanced Pirate Falls Dynamite Drench: an adventure that's bound to go with a bang!

Plus meet our new hero, Clutch Powers, and his gang, as they take on a special mission in the action-packed new 4D Movie.

Admission: Please check website for prices

Discounts are available on advanced bookings made online.

Great Value Annual Passes ÂÂâ€" Cheaper Than Visiting Twice*! Why not experience the fun of LEGOLAND through an Annual Pass? These represent great value for money and offer a host of fantastic benefits both inside and outside LEGOLAND. Annual Pass holders can obtain up to 25% off inside the park's shops and restaurants, there's a 'kids go free*' offer at UK Sea Life Centres and up to 25% off admission to Coral Reef Waterworld in nearby Bracknell Forest.
*Terms and conditions apply.
Kids under 3 go free
  Opening Times: Please check website for opening times


There are 15 restaurants and cafes in the park with a joint seating capacity of almost 2000 people in one sitting. There is also a range of food stands, ice cream kiosks and various catering carts to accommodate many different tastes and styles of food. LEGOLAND Windsor is committed to providing guests with a choice during their visit. The park caters for guests with special dietary requirements and restaurants offer wheat-free and gluten-free choices.

We've made eating at LEGOLAND Windsor healthy, tasty and fun. We serve quality, wholesome food and give clear information so that everyone can make healthier choices. This includes working with Annabel Karmel, the UK's leading expert food and nutrition for babies and children.


The Big Shop, our largest retail shop located at The Beginning is a jam-packed with the biggest selection of LEGO products in the UK, all under one roof. There's so much to see including life size statues of Harry Potter and Haggrid made entirely out of LEGO bricks.

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LEGOLAND has accessible toilets for our disabled guests and offers fully accessible restaurants, shops and show venues. For full details please request a copy of our Guide for Guests with disabilities, available from Guest Services. We have toilet blocks throughout the park, all with baby changing facilities and large cubicles with additional seating for children. We have also included child-sized toilets, wash stands and water fountains.


Baby food and milk warming available. Our Baby Care Centre, located in the heart of the park, offers a private place for mothers to breast or bottle feed their babies and change nappies.


LEGOLAND Windsor is on the B3022 Windsor/Ascot road just two miles from Windsor town centre. It's easily reached via the M25 and clearly signed from the M3 (Junction 3), M4 (Junction 6) and all approach roads. Parking is free, however there is Preferred Parking for those who wish to park closer to the entrance. The park is just half an hour from London Paddington to Windsor & Eton Central, via Slough on the First Great Western or direct from London Waterloo to Windsor & Eton Riverside on South West Trains. Money saving packages to LEGOLAND Windsor are available which include LEGOLAND admission, rail travel and shuttle bus. These inclusive tickets are available from most major stations in mainland Britain or through Rail Telesales and accredited travel agents.

Don't forget to pick up a Park Guide from Guest Services, located at the entrance of the park, to check for show times throughout the day.

Great place to take the kids for a day out - make sure you leave plenty of time to walk through the legoworld. Can get busy at weekends and holidays, I've found it starts to thin out around 4, so I tend to leave the busiest rides till later. Great day out. Don't go on the water rides first on cold days either. - Rob / April 09


Londonparents do strongly suggest you ring Legoland before you set off on your family day out, just to make sure they are open and to confirm admission prices, there is nothing worse than disappointed kids in the back of your car after a long journey.

Also, it may be worth clicking the link to Legoland's website, to see if there are special events and seasonal things to do that may be going on during the day.

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