LEGOLAND has revealed the first ride at the new Legoland Mythica: World of Mythical Creatures attraction which is due to open later this year.
The Flight of the Sky Lion will also be the first flying theatre ride in the UK.
The 25m ride will see passengers ride on a Sky Lion animal while experiencing augmented reality technology.
Riders will duck and dive over a mythical landscape, featuring a number of scary creatures along the way.
They also revealed more rides to open at Legoland Mythica -a 13m two-drop tower ride called Fire and Ice Freefall, as well as a water ride called Hydra's challenge.
Passengers will have to steer their own water vessel, and are likely to get wet along the way.
Kids will be able to built their own mythical animals out of bricks at Creature Creation, or head to the play area Lava Dragon Play.
Character meet and greets and a Hungry Troll restaurant along with a Beastly Bites snack bar will also open as part of the new land.
The Mythica land will have 13 mythical creatures made from 1.7 million Lego bricks.
Helen Bull, Divisional Director at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort, said: “We’re thrilled to be bringing the first Flying Theatre ride to the UK and today revealing all the rides and attractions which will make LEGO MYTHICA: World of Mythical Creatures a must-do experience for families in 2021.
“The whole country has never needed escapism more than they do right now and we’ve worked closely with children and their families to make sure our new land delivers the thrills for everyone, whether it’s their 25th visit to LEGOLAND Windsor or their very first.
Legoland is hoping to open from April 12 with tickets now on sale, while the new attraction will open from May 29.
Day tickets start from £29 per person, and kids under 90cm go free.
Here are when some of the other theme parks are going to open later this year.
Outdoor attractions can reopen from April 12 with day trip able to go ahead from next month.
Indoor attractions can reopen from May 17, with hopes for no restrictions from June.
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