Legoland Windsor Resort has revealed its bricktastic plans for September’s Lego Vidiyo Music Fest, October’s Brick or Treat, November’s 25th Birthday Firework Celebration, and the glittering spectacle of Legoland at Christmas.
Autumn and winter are magical at Legoland Windsor, and now the park has announced its plans for 4 of the season’s most anticipated events.
Lego Vidiyo Music Fest
For the first time ever, Legoland Windsor Resort will host a festival filled with dance-offs, interactive games, activities, sing-alongs, and prize competitions. Youngsters can also put their brick building skills to the test in the Lego Vidiyo producer’s studio, and dress up as the band member they admire most in a competition to win the title of Best Dressed Band of the Day.
International superstar DJ L.L.A.M.A. will be on hand, rockin’ out to his Latin-inspired hit tune, “Shake.” The festival runs from Sept. 10-12, and tickets are £29 ($39.89 USD) per person.
Brick or Treat
This family favorite takes on Halloween, Lego-style, from Oct. 14-31. Lord Vampyre is hosting the ultimate Halloween party, and he is inviting little monsters and their families to join in the revelry, through spooky activities, ghoulish brick building opportunities, costume competitions, and seasonal character meet-and-greets.
This year, Brick or Treat will feature three new ways to dig up some family-friendly fun. Lord Vampyre’s Creepy Crypt Trail offers treats at various locations around the park; courageous kids will love the Monster Rocker’s fang-tastic Pumpkin Trail; and a brand-new Harbor Show will delight all ages. Lord Vampyre even has his own ride, The Haunted House Monster Party Ride, which “turns the house upside down!”
The park’s rides and shows, including the new Lego Mythica: World of Mythical Creatures and the Flight of the Sky Lion flying theater ride, will be open, and Halloween themed Lego models and scenes add to the spooktacular atmosphere.
Tickets for Brick or Treat start at £39 ($53.65 USD) per person.
Legoland’s 25th Birthday Firework Celebration Spectacular
Party like it’s 2021 during Legoland’s birthday bash, running from Nov. 5-7. After more than a year’s hiatus, the iconic Fireworks Spectacular will ring in the park’s 25th birthday with a bang! Ollie the Dragon and his Friends invite families to celebrate in best Lego style, with 3D Brick Glasses that turn fireworks bursts into a cascading sky filled with exploding Lego bricks.
Tickets are £44 ($60.52 USD) per person, and include a full day’s access to the park, the Fireworks Spectacular, and extended hours to enjoy the rides and attractions.
Legoland at Christmas
The most festive season of the park’s entire year takes place during select dates, starting Nov. 27 and continuing through Jan. 3, kicking off Christmas in glittering Legoland style.
Enjoy the park as it transforms into a winter wonderland of twinkling lights and snow-covered trees, highlighted by a massive 32-foot-tall Duplo brick Christmas tree decorated with Lego ornaments and topped with a shining light-up star.
Families can create a festive Lego build to take home, laugh together at the Duplo Puppet Pantomime, and feel the spirit of the season at the Holiday Harbor Lights Show. Father Christmas will be in attendance, waving to children as he rides around the park his magical sleigh.
Children who would like to meet Father Christmas and tell him what’s on their wish list can do so at his cozy log cabin. Each child receives a gift, and tickets are £20 ($27.50 USD) for one child and one adult, plus £5 ($6.87 USD) for each additional adult.
Guests can even choose to extend the merriment with the overnight “Santa Sleepover” at one of the resort hotels, and experience extra activities, plus a special letter and gift for each child from Father Christmas. Packages start at £285 ($392 USD) for a family of four, and include access to the park.
Admission for Legoland at Christmas is £32 ($44.01 USD) per person or £15 ($20.63 USD) for Annual Passholders. Guests under the age of 2 are free.
Helen Bull, divisional director of Legoland Windsor Resort, shared her excitement for the lineup, saying, “It gives us so much joy to be able to welcome families back to our Halloween, Fireworks, and Christmas events. Last year we couldn’t celebrate these important milestones properly due to lockdown restrictions, so this year it feels extra special to be able to offer all our guests that unique Legoland Windsor Resort experience, through our rides, our incredible new land, Lego Mythica: World of Mythical Creatures, and much more.”
Tickets for each event must be pre-booked online, in advance. Those wishing to extend their stay can book at either of two Lego themed hotels — the Lego Hotel or Legoland Castle Hotel — with specially priced packages. Second-day park entry tickets are just 10 ($13.75 USD) per person.
For more information or to purchase tickets for each event visit Legoland.co.uk.