The Sun newspaper had a very good offer on recently to collect tokens in exchange for 2 tickets to Legoland Windsor. My sister had told me that Legoland was one of the most expensive attractions around so I decided to collect the tokens to enable us to afford to go.
Price (on the day) Adult £44.40, Child £35.40. So by getting tokens for The Sun we saved ourselves £88.80. The only drawback with these tokens is you can not specify which date you want only a block and even then you're not guaranteed your first choice.
As it happens we got 3rd September, last Monday before the kids go back to school so we took our nephew with us along with Maxwell who although way too small to go on any rides, very much appreciated all the bright colours.
Windsor for us was an hour and half drive so not too far and by the time we got there the sun was well and truly shining.
I would definitely recommend taking a pack lunch. There is plenty of grass areas to sit down and eat and it saves a small fortunate as the 'restaurant' fast/food places are not, in my opinion very appetising.
As I mentioned above it is wise to take a packed lunch. We took food for the boys but daddy and I didnt have anything packed so we ate in one of the 'restaurants' only for daddy to get a bit of chicken bone in his meal.
On the whole I guess I was a little disappointed. I had imaged it would be a big site with lego buildings everywhere where you can walk up and down and get up close to, but for a relatively cheap day out it was good fun. The sun was shining, the boys enjoyed themselves with being spoilt rotten and we did get to see some pretty amazing sculptures.
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