Legoland Windsor to welcome guests from 4th July

Published on: 9th June 2020

Safety measures to ensure social distancing will be in place when the park reopens its doors. 

Legoland Windsor is preparing to welcome guests back from 4th July, as nationwide lockdown restrictions continue to ease.

With warm weather ahead and pent up demand for days out from families who have endured 10 weeks of lockdown, the park, which is owned by Merlin Entertainments, has announced a slew of measures to ensure social distancing is adhered to and visitors are kept safe. All tickets must be pre-booked, with numbers limited, and everyone will be encouraged to wear a face mask. Payments must be by card, not cash, to reduce hand-to-hand contact. Visitors to the park will also undergo non-invasive temperature checks; anyone with a high temperature will not be allowed in. Service counters will have hygiene screens and there will be enhanced cleaning in place across the park, with hand sanitiser available throughout.

In a statement, Karen Glassey, operations director at Legoland, said: “In line with current government guidance, we hope to be able to reopen on Saturday 4th July 2020. This is just the first stage of updating you; keep looking out over the next few weeks for a definite reopening date and more information about how to pre-book your tickets.”


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