Progress For Hotel + Ninjago Plus Competition

Demolition has taken place on two sites in preparation for two new arrivals for 2017.

First up, the site of the new Castle Hotel has been shown, with the Dinosaur Safari removed and the land being prepared for the new building, due to open in summer 2017.

New pictures have also be released to show guests what the new hotel will look like, including the themed rooms, reception and Dragon’s Tavern restaurant, here

You can also sign up for updates on the website.

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As part of the build up, the park is running a competition to build your own LEGO castle, with the winner getting their creation rebuilt up to 6ft tall and enjoying a stay as one of the first guests to the hotel. Those aged 2 to 16 can enter until 30th November at LEGOLAND.co.uk/castle.

Over in the Land of the Vikings, hoardings have gone up and Longboat Invader and Loki’s Labyrinth have both been removed to allow construction of the new Ninjago ride. The park map has been updated to confirm the previous reports of a 2017 opening.

Theme Park Guide has taken photos of the works in progress.

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VIP Packages For Fireworks + Christmas Plus Dates + Rides Confirmed

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This year’s VIP event packages have been revealed.

For the fireworks, you will view the fireworks from the exclusive viewing area in the Model Making Studio, enjoy hot and cold drinks with a light dinner and receive a LEGOLAND Windsor goodby bag for childre, exclusive VIP pop badge and a LEGO make and take for children. The price is £125 per guest with the ticket price extra and if you wish to take a goldor platinum VIP experience with it, the total are £300 and £450 per guest respectively.

For Christmas, in addition to the standard package, you will get to make your own festive LEGO name badge, enjoy a Christmas buffet lunch, exclusive VIP pop badge and photo keepsake and receive instant ride access, plus visit the elves workshop to become one of Father Christmas’s Ever Lasting Friend, ELF. Tickets are £99 per guest with early bird bookings available.

The dates have also been confirmed as 3rd and 4th, 10th and 11th and 17th to 24th December. This is a reduction on last year of two weekends in November and 5 weekdays.

The 16 rides and attractions (subject to availability) for 2016 are:

  • Driving School, L-Drivers, Balloon School, Bricksmas Express, LEGO Star Wars™ Miniland Model Display, Spinning Spider, Scarab-Bouncers, Laser Raiders, Thunder Blazer, Desert Chase, Jolly Rocker, Dragon’s Apprentice, Knight’s Quest, Heartlake Express, Mia’s Riding Adventure and Olivia’s House

This sees Balloon School, Driving School and L-Drivers replace Longboat Invader and Aero Nomad from 2015, along with selected areas of Miniland.

For more, visit LEGOLAND.co.uk.

 

New Year Celebration Back

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The New Year celebrations are returning this year.

For another year, the hotel will open and move to Kid Standard Time (KST) with 3D fireworks and New Yeat at 9.30pm. The evening will also include enterainment including games and meet and greet, buffet dinner and glass of fizz. In the morning, you will receive a character breakfast.

Guests can either retire to their rooms at the KST midnight or heat to the lounge for coverage of the real midnight celebrations.

Tickets area available from £490 for a family of four.

For more, visit LEGOLAND.co.uk.

News Roundup: TripAdvisor Chart, Friends, Bake Off + Assault

Here is the latest news from LEGOLAND Windsor:

  • TripAdvisor has revealed the park as the second most popular attraction outside London, only beaten by Stonehenge, the Daily Mail has reported.
  • LEGO Friends show has finished for the season, with Pirates Of Skeleton Bay continuing until the end of the season.
  • Two girls were sexually assualted in the park last month in Castaway Camp. After an arrest resulting in release and no charge, as well as an e-fit being released, there has been no further progress. For more, visit BBC.
  • New pop badges have been revealed:

  • To celebrate this year’s Great British Bake Off, a LEGO recreation made of 12,186 bricks has joined the park, with a video of its creation below:

Tickets Return To Off Peak Prices + Pre-School Ticket Returns

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Prices have returned to their off peak prices for the rest of the season.

After the price increases at the start of the summer and a hint that they were for a limited time only, the prices have now returned to their earlier pricing.

For those tickets introduced at the time of the rise, the new prices are as follows:

  • Two day ticket: adult £70.50, child £64.60
  • Family ticket: £68 per person
  • All inclusive ticket: £50 per person

Additionally, the flexi ticket has remained at the summer price, as this was actually a reduction on the off peak price.

Also, the pre-school ticket has returned as DUPLO Days. Rather than the usual pass, it provides a day ticket for an adult and child under 5 for £25. You can also add an extra child for £5. The tickets are available online only for visits on weekdays until 31st October.

For more, visit LEGOLAND.co.uk.

 

Christmas Season Returns For 2016

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Christmas is coming back to LEGOLAND Windsor this year.

LEGOLAND and LEGOLAND Holidays have confirmed that the festivities will return in the winter. The festive LEGO moels, LEGO Christmas tree, limited rides, games and of course Father Christmas will be back for guests young and old.

New for 2016, Miniland will get a Christmas makeover with additions to London and Scotland, along with a Christmas market in Covent Garden.

You can currently get £5 off your ticket if purchased before 4th September.

To get your discounted ticket, visit LEGOLAND.co.uk.

For more on stays at Christmas, visit LEGOLANDholidays.co.uk.

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Ninjago For 2017 Season?

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The new Ninjago Land may be arriving for the 2017 season.

In the 2016 interim results, it was confirmed that the new Ninjago ride would be in place before the upcoming film of the same name. With the film out in September 2017 and the Haunted House ride not currently planned, it looks likely that the ride and land will launch next year.

The new ride sees the replacement of Land of the Vikings with a new 3D track tracked ride featuring an Ninjago themed story and shooting similar to Laser Raiders but likely to be using hand movements and retheming for the remaining rides.

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