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Legoland Hotel Junior Builders Week at February Half Term

Legoland Hotel Junior Builders Week at February Half Term

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Over the last couple of years we have enjoyed a trip to the Legoland Hotel for Junior Builders Week. This is a fab opportunity to stay at the hotel and experience it in all its Lego glory without the price tag that it usually carries. Junior Builders Week is held during February half term and has a different theme each year. The theme park itself is closed so you do not have access to any of the rides. However,there are always lots of activities going on in the hotel centred around that years theme plus you have access to the hotel swimming pool. Last year’s theme was pirates so there was a treasure hunt around the hotel, Lego pirate flag building competition, etc. In 2015 it was a Lego Movie theme. One of the activities that year was to build a huge Lego mosaic of minifigure characters which is now on display in the hotel play area. Lois is pictured pointing to the part which she contributed to the mosaic.

Now about the whole Legoland Hotel experience.  The car park is directly opposite the hotel and is free for guests.  You walk under a large smoke breathing dragon to enter the hotel into an incredible foyer filled with Lego models and so many things to see.

To read more about Legoland Hotel Junior Builders Week head to the full post on Mum of 2.5 here!

Address: Winkfield Road, Windsor, SL4 4AY

Price Band:£££



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