The LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort is set to welcome back guests for its 2021 season on Monday 12 April, in what will be its landmark 25th birthday year.

Just in time for the remainder of the Easter holidays, the Resort’s outdoor rides and attractions will open for families to enjoy some outdoor fun in line with Government guidance.

Talented LEGOLAND Model Makers were putting the finishing the touches to a host of impressive new LEGO® brick models which will be unveiled to guests when families return for the first time to the Resort since December 2020.

Guests will be able to discover 15 new LEGO® models made from a staggering 1.2 million bricks and featuring a host of characters such as a Minifigure Scientist, Musical Dragon, and a family of roller-blading Giraffes, which collectively took more than 8,000 hours to build.

When LEGOLAND Windsor Resort reopens, guests aged 11 and over** will now be required to wear face masks on all rides, except for water rides, as well as throughout the Park. Whilst on the rides, some rows and seats will be left empty to keep guests a safe distance from one another, and rides will be cleaned frequently throughout the day.

There are additional hygiene and safety measures in place throughout the Resort, including temperature checks on arrival, enhanced cleaning, one-way systems, screening in queue lines and social distancing markers in ride queues, shops, restaurants and more.

The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort team will wear protective face coverings with hygiene screens at service counters. Indoor restaurants will be closed and instead there will be outdoor seating and take away services available.

Pre-booking tickets online in advance is essential, as the number of guests allowed into LEGOLAND each day is carefully manged. Those visiting in the next couple of months must follow the Government’s rule of six and not mix or form larger groups while in the park.