How to get a free extra day at Legoland Windsor theme park

FAMILIES wanting to spend even longer at Legoland can do so without having to pay for it, thanks to a new deal being offered by the theme park.

From today, anyone booking an overnight stay at the Legoland Hotel will get a second day to spend at the park for free.

The huge saving means families could spend just £87 each to spend two days at the park before staying at the hotel.

This also means savings up to £60 per family.

Overnight stays include breakfast, free Lego gifts for the kids and the chance to meet some of the Legoland characters.

New rooms include the Ninjago-themed rooms which open for the first time next month.

Sleeping two adults and three kids, the four rooms have 10 themed Lego models and Ninjago wallpaper as well as clues in the room to get into the safe and games in the room.

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The offer has been launched to celebrate the hotel's 10th birthday, and is the perfect excuse to visit the park.

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The deal is running until midnight on February 6, but can be used to book stays until June 2022.

If you don't fancy staying at the official Legoland hotel, there are others near the resort for just £42pp, which also includes breakfast and a second day free at the park.

The park has also announced their annual Brick Week extravaganza running through the February half term from February 12 to February 27.

Park entry tickets start from just £50pp with lots of events and activities on.

Helen Bull, Divisional Director at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort said:We’re in a celebratory mood as the LEGOLAND Resort Hotel is marking its 10th birthday.

"So, to help spread some LEGOLAND joy, we’re kicking off 2022 with an offer which gives families the opportunity to get an extra day of fun and memories in the theme park, free of charge.

"We can’t wait to welcome families back into the Resort this year and hope that guests will love our exciting new NINJAGO themed bedrooms as much as we do!”

Legoland also announced their new golf attraction hoping to open by spring 2023.

If you fancy visiting a different theme park, we've rounded up the new rides and attractions opening at UK and Disney this year.

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