The last time I went to LEGOLAND was when it was known as Windsor Safari Park and it was a school trip in my first year at Secondary School. If you remember when Windsor Safari Park existed then LEGOLAND couldn't be further from what it used to be.
It is catered for small children from very small to 15 years old, even though there were still some rides I wouldn't go on, but then I put my hands up I am a wimp now when it comes to rides, it didn't stop me from enjoying the day and the fact that it cost me nothing as I have a pass that allows me in for free made it even better.
They had a train ride that went around the top of the resort and then they had this little boat ride (see above) and as you went around you will recognise some childhood characters.
They had this pretty garden as you go down to the other parts of the land which were all famous attractions made out of Lego.
There is a mini games land where you can play Xbox games, tea cups for children, a Waterpark and an adventure playground with climbing frames and one that was recommended to me by a huge Star Wars fan, The Mini Star Wars World. Very impressive all made out of Lego.
We were given as we collected our tickets a vouchers which gave £5 off a family bucket at the fried chicken restaurant on site, so even my son whom is 2.9 years old could have some of it aswell which he thoroughly enjoyed. There were just so much.
There was even a puppet show, which was the three little pigs, and had showings on throughout the day.
It is miles from when it was a mixture of a zoo and an adventure park, and yes it can be expensive but my tips would be,
All in all I am so glad I finally went to LEGOLAND and I would definitely go there again, perfect for young children and families.
Many thanks for reading,