YOUR whole family can get free tickets to Legoland this summer, and you don't have to do anything.

The only thing it depends on is when your birthday is.

To celebrate Legoland Mythica's first birthday, the theme park is offering free tickets throughout June and July.

To get them, all you have to do is show that your birthday is May 29 – the first day the park opened.

If you share the same birthday as the magical attraction, then the park will give you a free one-day ticket to the park until July 19.

As long as you can show some form of ID with the birthday on it, then the tickets are yours.

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If you're not so lucky, Legoland day tickets start from £29 per person, and kids under 90cm go free.

The Mythica land opened last year, which includes rides such as the Fire and Ice Freefall drop tower ride and water ride Hydra's Challenge.

Also in the Mythica section of the park is the UK's first flying theatre ride Flight of the Sky Lion, which takes guests on a 4D film adventure onboard a flying gondola.

The Magical Forest is the newest addition to the land with fantasy creatures created from 80,00 Lego bricks and which opened last month.

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The park has also confirmed a new attraction will open next year – with three indoor golf courses.

Here is what you can expect from a visit to Legoland this summer.

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

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