Why are Legoland Windsor doing pirate themed activity weekends? ......... Because they ARRRRRRRRRR! sorry, it had to be done.
Legoland Windsor was a big part of my kids growing up, We would save up for ages to go and visit, We would always book a hotel close to Legoland and make it a good day out. When Tilly came along we actually invested in Merlin passes, so we visited Legoland more often.
Now that the hotel is on site, it makes it more of a holiday for any kids that are lego mad. Did you know that they have a swashbuckling jam packed programme of pirate themed Lego building activities this February half term and you can stay there from just £140 you can stay in the themed hotel, enjoy a filling breakfast and develop their building skills with hints and tips from the Legoland Hotel experts. Special pirate themed activities will run throughout the day and children will be able to heave ho and build piratical Lego models as well as joining in the daily treasure hunt and fancy dress disco, and families can go up against each other in the Lego speed build challenge. Plus, Captain Brickbeard will be on hand to meet little landlubbers throughout the day .
Legoland will be closed for the week unfortunatly but there will be so much to do in the Legoland hotel, that you will be entertained for your entire stay and you won't need to leave the hotel anyway. As well as the play areas in the hotel, there are outdoor play areas and a splash-tastic Lego Pirates Splash Pool. Simply go to http://www.legoland.co.uk/hotel/whats-on/ and book your perfect break.
The 150 room hotel features four bedroom themes – Pirates, Lego Friends, Kingdom, and Adventure and is brimming with LEGO features and surprises.The Lego Junior Builder Weekend at the Legoland Windsor hotel is open 12-20 February 2016 and themed rooms for families (2 adults/2 children) rooms available from £140 during the period. All prices include the model making activites and a breakfast, as well as the stay in one of the themed rooms.