Legoland Windsor has over 50 interactive rides, attractions and shows that will keep the whole family entertained all day long. Set in 150 acres of parkland and featuring 47 million Lego bricks, Legoland is great fun for children and their families. Legoland Windsor is an exciting place with thrills and fun for the whole family.
Legoland Windsor is a theme park dedicated to children aged 3-12 years old. An inspirational land where the kids are the hero. It’s a family attraction like no other – where the fun never stops and imagination knows no bounds.
With over 55 interactive rides, live shows, building workshops, driving schools and attractions, all set in 150 acres of beautiful parkland, Legoland Windsor is a unique family theme park.
Prepare for a soaking on our wet and wild water rides. Follow a pirate trail that’ll leave you wetter than walking the plank or join a Viking fleet where you’ll battle sea monsters and rough waters. Little ones will also love making a splash in the fountains at Waterworks.
Our many interactive rides put you, quite literally, in the driving seat. Sign the whole family up for some high energy fun at the Fire Academy or take to the skies with the Chopper Squadron. Steer your own course on the Driving School or be captain of your vessel at the Boating School.
Be the hero of your very own adventure! Young and old alike will be fascinated by the incredible Lego models throughout the park. From comical camels to fearsome fire-breathing dragons, world landmarks to musical pirates, it’s amazing what can be built with Lego bricks – nearly 55 million of them!
Fun Facts About Legoland Windsor
Legoland Windsor is open daily from 20 March to 7 November for the 2010 season, closing on selected Tuesdays and Wednesdays in April, May, September and October.
Legoland Windsor is located at Winkfield Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 4AY
The Hellfire Caves consist of almost a mile of underground passages with various figures depicting the life and times of the members of the infamous Hellfire Club. Supposedly of very ancient origin these unique caves were extended in the 1740’s by the infamous Sir Francis Dashwood, founder of the notorious Hellfire Club. His aim was to provide an extraordinary addition to his landscape gardens, no doubt inspired by his Grand Tours of Europe and the Ottoman Empire. Many of his fellow dilettantes were building great Estates and landscaping gardens and temples above ground but no others dared venture underground in this way. The chalk was used to build the main road from West Wycombe to High Wycombe. This also provided employment to the Villagers of West Wycombe following a succession of harvest failures. The achievement is a true feat of engineering and quite remarkable considering they were all dug by hand. You can still see the individual pick axe marks on the walls. On his return from his travels Sir Francis established the famous Hell-fire Club which subsequently held chapter meetings in the Caves and whose members included Lord Sandwich, John Wilkes and other senior aristocrats and statesmen. Sir Francis later became Chancellor of the Exchequer. Benjamin Franklin was a close friend and visited West Wycombe often.
On entering the Caves, long winding passages lead deep underground for over half a mile, through the great Banqueting Hall and past various chambers. In these you will find scenes with various members of the Hellfire Club. The final destination is the Inner Temple which is reached by crossing the River Styx. You are now several hundred feet below the Church on top of the hill.
Set high up on the Northern crest of the Chiltern escarpment; enjoy the spectacular and idyllic views and wild landscape across Aylesbury Vale from high up in the trees. Jon & Amy run a great café in the woods; pop in and indulge in one of their homemade cakes.
Go Ape! Wendover , Wendover Woodland Park, St Leonard’s Road , Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire HP22 5NF
From the A41 take the exit signposted Wendover, follow signs towards Wendover, take the first left onto the B4009. Take the next left, signposted Wendover Woods, then the first right into Wendover Woods. The car park is one mile up the forest drive.
From Wendover follow the B4009 towards Tring, through RAF Halton, past the Forestry Commission offices. Take the next right signposted Wendover Woods then the first right into Wendover Woods. The car park is one mile up the forest drive.
The car park for Go Ape is situated at the end of the forest drive which is one mile long. You can park fairly close to the Go Ape cabin, but at peak times it can be difficult to find a space and could result in a five minute walk to the cabin. More info