So half term has officially began and the weather has been rather temperamental of late but with Rocco’s 3rd birthday on the horizon we thought a day out at Legoland would be perfect. Baring in mind that going anywhere with a hyper active 3 year old who is currently potty training can be mega stressful. We mentally psyched ourselves up to drive to Windsor, hopefully the kids wont fight in the car or scream throughout the day to go on separate rides etc.
Well how blessed were we? The sun shone the weather was great and the kids were the happiest and best behaved I have seem them in a long time. Why? Well number one we are at the perfect place for a family and kids day out, Legoland. Number 2, they are outdoor and free to run around breathing fresh air all day long rather than being pulled around the shops with mummy and daddy or having to sit nicely at a restaurant. Thirdly the attractions at Legoland kept them amused all day long as there’s so much variety. And finally on a very cheeky note we were incredibly lucky though have a VIP Pass. Now my thoughts are that yes QBots and VIP passes are a fair bit more than the usual entry price but so so worth it.
Rocco at the age of 3, has the patience of a nat. That means after about 1 minute he can start screaming, crying and going insane if he has to wait for anything. Obviously when we go to amusement parks we expect to wait in queues but little ones don’t grasp that. Qbot and VIP tickets mean you can quite literally jump the queue, which is a dream with a 3 and 8 year old. Obviously when the kids are a little bit older it’s not as bad queuing. However we took full advantage and I think we flew round the park at the speed of noughts and literally went on every single ride.
They absolutely loved the new attractions as well. You defo need to checkout the all new Miniland USA and Miniland Explore the World, which is just incredible. Try and stop by The LEGO® 4D Movie Theatre (8 on the map) to see their new 4D movie, LEGO® NINJAGO® Master of the 4th Dimension. Close by the theatre is also their brand new LEGO Reef (7 on the map) where you can build LEGO fish using virtual LEGO bricks! Personally our all time favourite rides were the Ninjago ride and the Dragon rollercoaster at Knights Kingdom.
Just bare in mind the British weather and take layers, waterproof jackets (which come in handy on the wet rides too!) and comfortable shoes are a must. I’d also recommend downloading the LEGOLAND App for live ride availability and maps etc.
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Any questions please comment below and enjoy your family day out.
Love Naomi xx