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Legoland Windsor

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How to get to Legoland Windsor by train

The nearest train stations to Legoland Windsor are Windsor & Eaton Central and Windsor & Riverside. How to reach either station depends on which direction you’re travelling from. From east, Windsor & Eaton Central has services running from London Paddington while you can reach Windsor & Riverside from London Waterloo. If you’re travelling from the west of Legoland, you can reach Windsor & Eaton Central from Reading train station – via Slough – in under 30 minutes.

A shuttlebus runs regularly to and from both Windsor train stations, taking you directly to Legoland. This is run by a third-party and is a chargeable service.

About Legoland Windsor

A Lego knight faces a Lego dragon at Legoland Windsor

With over 55 rides and attractions, Legoland Windsor is the UK’s most popular kids theme park. Whether you’re taking a Lego addict or adrenaline junky, Legoland has rides and activities for everyone.
The park is split into 12 lands, each with different themes. Kids can learn to drive and earn their license in Lego City, explore different cities across the globe in Miniland, and take history lessons in Kingdom of the Pharaohs or Land of the Vikings. Every land has its own charm, and you’ll need more than just a day to explore them.

You’ll find rides in Legoland to suit all ages. Older adrenaline junkies will find The Dragon exhilarating, while only the bravest will take on the Jolly Rocker. It’s not a true theme park experience if you don’t get soaking wet, and the Viking River Splash has just the answer.

Younger children have to visit DUPLO Valley, where they can test their skills as a pilot at the airport. Thunder Blazer is the perfect opportunity to get them acquainted with roller coasters, and Aero Nomad gives them a stunning view of the whole park.

With an abundance of Lego-themed hotels, restaurants, and shops, Legoland Windsor is the ultimately family break away.

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