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If your a LEGO fan of have children who love LEGO then LEGOLAND is a must visit theme park for you. There are currently four LEGOLAND parks, one in Germany, USA and Denmark the final LEGOLAND is the 150 acre site in Winsor that opened in 1996.

The creation of Miniland in the park is one of the attractions here, there are 44 million bricks here alone so it's hard to imagine just how many LEGO tricks have been used to build the entire park. With a total of 50 rides at the park there will always be something to do, you can spend days just looking around the different areas in the LEGOLAND theme park. Millions of people go to LEGOLAND every year because it's a fantastic place to spend time as a family.

LEGO fans will have a great time here… there is no other place children can sail a boat, fly a plane, drive a JCB digger and a car. This is an amazing place for the family and is highly recommended as a day out, or even for a holiday.

You can buy tickets for LEGOLAND at a number of places and these ticket prices can vary dramatically so it's certainly worth spending a little bit of time looking around to see what prices and offers are available. If your a LEGO fan then a visit to the Winsor theme park is well worth it!

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Everybody should visit LEGOLAND atleast once in their life. LEGOLAND in Windsor features over 55 million bricks.

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