Advantages Interesting, great for younger families
Disadvantages Long queue times, expensive
**About and Location**
Legoland is situated just outside of Windsor, Berkshire. It is a family orientated theme park primarilly for families with children aged 3-12. It stretches over 150 acres. It is very close to Ascot (around a ten minute drive). It is one hour away from London and 25 minutes from London's Heathrow airport. The park does special deals for those who catch trains which involve a train and shuttle bus to transport you to the park. Legoland is well signposted with the usual brown tourism road signs and is very easy to find. We used our sat nav but found that we came across Legoland before it told us we had reached our destination. For those with sat navs, the postcode is SL4 4AY.
The first section of the park that you come across is titled 'The Beginning', this contains a number of things including the Lego Big Shop, Pit Stop Cafe, Annual Pass Room, Racers Discount Store, Lego Creation Centre, Photo Collection, Sweet Stop, Hill Train and Q-Bot Virtual Queuing System Centre (more information about this later). We found this part of the park to be absolutely heaving but there was plenty to look at and plenty to do. There were also toilets here but the queue was out of the door when we arrived, probably due to our poor timing (10:30am), when we returned later there was a small queue but not out of the door. To reach the rest of the park you walk down a long windy hill where there are a number of signposts directing you to sections of the park.
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