WELCOME in 2022 at Legoland Windsor – with rides, attractions and a 3D fireworks display.

The family-friendly theme park is hosting a New Year's Eve party where people of all ages can celebrate together.

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The park has already been transformed into a winter wonderland for Christmas, but now bosses are looking ahead to the end of the year.

Legoland Windsor has created a New Year's Eve package for families to see in 2022.

Guests will be welcomed on December 31 and can spend the day in the park, enjoying selected rides, attractions and entertainment.

Kids can meet and greet their favourite characters, before the whole family tucks into a three-course dinner.

At 9.30pm – which is what Legoland bosses like to call 'midnight in KST' (Kid Standard Time) – a 3D fireworks display will light up the skies.

Viewers can wear 3D glasses to see the fireworks burst into thousands of Lego bricks.

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After that, guests can spend a night in a Lego-themed family room, with designs including pirates, dragons and ninjas.

The next morning you can enjoy the first day of 2022 with breakfast.

Prices for the New Year's Eve package begin at £749 per family in the Resort Hotel, based on two adults and two children sharing a standard room.

Stays at the Castle Hotel start from £689 per family.

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