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Christmas is coming to Legoland Windsor Resort starting Dec. 4

by Attractions Magazine Staff

Legoland Windsor Resort will reopen this Friday, Dec. 4, and is gearing up to share holiday fun with guests.

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Photos courtesy of Legoland Windsor Resort

This year, Father Christmas will fly in to wish guests a merry Christmas with his elves before heading back to North Pole on Christmas Eve.

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Over in Heartlake City, experience the brand-new Holiday Harbour Lights Show, a 15-minute display filled with music, dancing, and a special appearance from Father Christmas.

The Lego Friends will be out and about for a bit of caroling, singing festive favorites like “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Raindeer” and “Santa Claus is Coming to Town. Over at the Duplo Valley Theatre, families can sit down for a socially-distanced pantomime re-enacting the stories of “Cinderella” and “Elves and the Shoemaker.”

All of Legoland Windsor Resort has been transformed into a winter wonderland with giant Lego Models of Santa and a dragon-shaped Christmas tree made from 150,000 Lego bricks. Guests can also experience a new meet-and-greet with Lego Toy Soldier, as well as Ollie the Dragon in his holiday best.

Guests planning to visit Legoland Windsor this holiday season will have to take part in temperature checks upon arrival, and the park will utilize enhanced cleaning procedures, one-way systems, and social distancing markers in ride queues, shops, restaurants and more.

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“This year we’re pulling out all the stops to make Christmas extra special for families. We’ve been working closely with Father Christmas and his elves and they are looking forward to spreading some festive cheer and saying hello to guests from a safe distance on their new sleigh,” said Karen Glassey, operations director. “Everyone’s health and safety remains our top priority as we prepare to reopen for Christmas and we ask all guests to visit our website before they visit so that they know what to expect and to play their part by observing government advice and our own measures at all times.”

Day tickets start from £35 per person ($46.77 USD), and kids under 90 centimeters (35 inches) in height enter free. In addition, all tickets booked for before Dec. 23 will receive a free ticket to return to the resort in 2021.

Families can extend the holiday fun with a stay at one of Legoland Windsor’s themed hotels, with prices starting from £79 per person ($105.56 USD). All guests staying before Christmas will receive a personalized letter and Lego gift from Santa Claus.

For more information, and to plan your visit, head to Legoland.co.uk.

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