Legoland London: tickets, prices, how to get...

Legoland Park in London can be one of the best experiences when it comes to children's entertainment during your visit to the English capital.

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Keyvis Montilva

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Legoland London: tickets, prices, how to get...

Legoland Park | ©Abel Cheung

Booking your tickets for Legoland Park, located just outside the Greater London area, is an excellent decision if you are looking for things to see or do on a visit to London.

This is even more interesting if you have young children in your group, as this is something that can entertain them much more than the architectural beauty or cultural significance of the rest of the city. In order to enjoy this visit, it can be useful to have information about tickets, prices, opening times, transport to get you there and much more.

How much do tickets to Legoland Park in London cost?

Legoland in London| ©Henry Burrows
Legoland in London| ©Henry Burrows

Ticket prices to Legoland Park in London are surprisingly cheap compared to the admission prices of other theme parks with similar children's entertainment offerings.

Depending on where you buy them, tickets can range from 100 euros to 110 euros per person, with a transfer included from the city centre to the architectural complex where Legoland is located.

These transfer-inclusive ticket packages are available online with attractive benefits if you are looking to book in advance. At the same time, you are guaranteed to be able to cancel your booking if you give sufficient notice.

If you buy tickets directly at the park, which is an excellent alternative to buying them under different modalities, such as annual passes, you should know that their rates are changeable depending on the time of the year.

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What types of tickets are there for Legoland Park in London?

Legoland in London| ©Jamila Hanan
Legoland in London| ©Jamila Hanan

For Legoland Park in London there are several types of tickets that change depending on the time of purchase or the duration of the visit. The most common and the one you should be interested in is the one that is reserved for a single day on a specific date, thanks to an advance purchase.

This is usually sold by online shopping sites that offer convenient travel to this theme park located on the southern outskirts of London, specifically in the town of Windsor.

This is followed by tickets bought at the ticket office on the day of the visit, but they are a step down in convenience due to the fact that they are double the price of tickets with a reservation.

There are annual passes that allow you to visit the park as many times as you like during the year, and include some discounts on purchases and consumption within the facilities. However, they are not very convenient for someone who is only visiting the country for tourism.

Finally, you get to the tickets that are included with your stay at either of the two resort hotels, as well as the other Legoland partner hotels in the Windsor area. But again there is the fact that their prices and availability are very much conditioned by the time of year when you visit.

For example, the Christmas season will be packed with tourists, as visiting this park is one of the best things to do in London during Christmas if you are travelling with children.

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Are tickets to Legoland Park included in any London Sightseeing Passes?

Legoland in London| ©Rob Young
Legoland in London| ©Rob Young

As a private, rather commercial attraction that has little connection to London's cultural identity, tickets to Legoland Park are not included in any discount tourist passes or tours of the city.

However, that doesn't mean it's not one of the best things to do in London with children. For in fairness, it should be understood that children also need entertainment that is fully focused on their needs.

So this park, which combines the best of the entertainment machines with the particular beauty of the well-known Danish legos, is a good escape in tourist planning.

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Are there guided tours of Legoland Park in London and are they worth it?

Wembley Stadium, Legoland| ©Rob Young
Wembley Stadium, Legoland| ©Rob Young

Just as with tourist passes, the scenario arises where it is a little illogical to want a guided tour for an amusement park where the whole layout of the place is very intuitive.

In fact, few places are more signposted than an establishment like this which receives thousands of visitors daily and has plenty of areas for the entertainment of these people.

On the other hand, if you're looking for an activity that includes a guide because you enjoy learning about the history of the place directly from a specialist, you can join one of London's best sightseeing bus tours.

Excursions to the outskirts of the city are another viable alternative. In fact, as Legoland is just outside Windsor, it's a good idea to book a tour of Windsor Castle and the historic town centre for the next day of your trip.

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Are there special tickets for children or seniors?

Lego Dragon at Legoland| ©Josh Hallett
Lego Dragon at Legoland| ©Josh Hallett

There are no additional age-based entrance fees, but at London's Legoland Park there is an approximate 12% discount for children between the ages of 3 and 15.

That means that online purchases where you secure a transfer from central London and a return to the same point, usually bring your per person rates down to around 93 euros when it's for someone who is in those stages of their youth.

Children under the age of three are free of charge and there are no additional charges for using prams to move around the park areas.

You should also be pleased to know that this is an amusement park that is excellently equipped for wheelchair mobility. In fact, wheelchair users are often given priority in the queues to enter the rides.

Why is it better to buy tickets online rather than at the ticket office?

Letters throughout Legoland| ©Abel Cheung
Letters throughout Legoland| ©Abel Cheung

There is a serious variation between the prices of a ticket purchased in advance online and one purchased on the day of the visit at the London Legoland Park ticket office.

At certain times of the year, the savings on advance purchase can be as much as 50% off and in the case of an online purchase with transfers the savings are just as significant when you take into account the percentage of the service that goes towards the booking and purchase of the ticket.

In addition, another decisive factor that makes online purchases the best alternative is the issue of park capacity, as arriving on a date when the London area is overcrowded could mean a risk of being left out.

Opening hours of Legoland Park in London

Legoland Lego Bob at Legoland| ©Josh Hallett
Legoland Lego Bob at Legoland| ©Josh Hallett

Every day of the year London Legoland Park opens at 10am, without exception. What does adjust depending on the time of year is the closing time, which is usually at 5 pm, but on weekends and during peak tourist seasons, it is extended to 7 or 8 pm.

As for the amount of time you can dedicate to this visit, it is quite varied, as it all depends on the degree of interest you have and the number of times the children decide to participate in the mechanised attractions.

When transferring from the city with a private service, you should expect to spend around 8.5 hours from the point of departure to pick-up at the park gates and return to central London.

However, it should be noted that the best alternatives are those that offer a return journey on buses that provide a direct service to park staff. The reason for this is that the frequency of departures is maintained from the early hours of the morning until one hour after closing, allowing you to leave the site at your leisure.

For this reason, a visit to Legoland Park is one of the best things to do in London during a 7-day visit, as you can occupy half of one of them, but it will ** leave you free the morning or evening** to do whatever you please in the rest of the city's cultural alternatives.

When is the best time of year to visit this park?

Stonehenge at Legoland, London| ©Josh Hallet
Stonehenge at Legoland, London| ©Josh Hallet

The full enjoyment of a visit to London's Legoland Park is not conditional on the time of year you choose to visit.

Both the winter and summer seasons bring significant numbers of visitors, especially when it coincides with school holidays or the Christmas and New Year festivities.

So the best thing you can do to adjust to the conditions of your visit is to understand the context of the time of year when you book your tickets. In the summer there will predictably be a few extra lines for children to participate in the attractions, but it's certainly more favourable weather than the rainy prospect you might encounter on a rainy autumn afternoon.

A visit to London in April, for example, can be a balanced time between a moderate influx of visitors and relatively pleasant weather. Don't misunderstand the recommendation, though, as even on the coldest December days, filled with Christmas tourists, you'll have a great time in this entertaining place.

How to get to Legoland Park from central London?

Legoland in London| ©Josh Hallett
Legoland in London| ©Josh Hallett

Clearly, the best way to get to Legoland Park is to book a transfer such as the one offered by online shopping along with the same ticket that comes with advance purchase discounts.

However, as mobility in London is so good not only to the city centre, but also to the outskirts, it makes sense to know that there are public transport alternatives that can get you to Windsor from London in record time.

Buses run from Victoria Station on Bulleid Way at various times throughout the day. Trains run from Paddington and Waterloo stations to Windsor and Eton Central and Windsor and Eton Riverside stations respectively.

From both train stations in the Windsor urban area there are direct bus services to Legoland Park.

Please note that as this is outside the London metropolitan area, the mobility cards that you are likely to purchase as recommended in the practical guides to using the London Underground no longer work.

What are the attractions at Legoland Park in London?

Millennium Bridge and London Eye in Legos| ©Gareth Milner
Millennium Bridge and London Eye in Legos| ©Gareth Milner

As you can imagine, everything related to the world of building architectural wonders with Lego pieces are the main protagonists in this themed amusement park.

Lego castles, a scale representation of central London, pirate ships, driving areas in real Lego cars and educational workshops are complemented by a water play area to cool off from the sweltering summer heat.

All this and much more are the attractions that make up this children's entertainment complex. Restaurants and cafés are also arranged throughout the facilities to guarantee the whole family a complete afternoon where a good meal is another great souvenir of the experience.

What should you wear when visiting Legoland Park in London?

Legoland in London| ©Josh Hallett
Legoland in London| ©Josh Hallett

At London Legoland Park you'll be going for a walk, that's for sure. That's why it's essential that you wear comfortable shoes and breathable clothing if you visit during the summer, which is characteristically quite humid in the south of England.

If you're travelling in winter, it's best to dress in comfortable clothing that gives you a wide range of mobility, but don't forget to dress warmly, as the windy winter days are another distinctive feature of the south of England.

As for how the little ones should be dressed, I can advise you to bring a variety of changes, as they are likely to be interested in getting wet if the weather is favourable, and getting dirty in the midst of all the games and activities is always a possibility.

When you are back in the city you will realise that it is not such a physically exhausting experience. That's why it's also a great idea to top off your day with some of London' s best nightlife tours so you can get some adult entertainment out of a day full of children's activities too.

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Are there any specific conditions for visiting Legoland Park in London?

Legoland in London| ©Josh Hallett
Legoland in London| ©Josh Hallett

Confirmation of purchase of tickets to Legoland Park in London is immediate if booked more than 7 days in advance of your chosen date. If this is not the case, confirmation can take up to 48 hours, pending confirmation of availability for the transfer, as well as at the venue's ticket office.

Children must always be accompanied by an adult, no exceptions, and wheelchairs are not included in the assistance protocol, but only for coach transfers. Trains follow the same inclusivity guidelines that define British public transport.

Other than these minor conditions, tickets to Legoland Park prevail as one of the best things to do in London during the summer, or even a cold winter.