Brick Week Returns To LEGOLAND Windsor

LEGOLAND Windsor Resort will once again play host to Brick Week for the first time since 2020. Another first is that Brick Week will actually be Brick Fortnight with the event taking place across February Half Term. Brick Week will run from Saturday 12 until Sunday 27 February 2022 and during the event, you’ll be able to enjoy over 30 rides, big builds and plenty of build challenges as a mythical Bitsandbobs character to take home. Learn more about the event below.


From Saturday 12 until Sunday 27 February 2022 guests can enjoy over 30 rides and attractions, four LEGO® build experiences and character meet and greets

Back for the first time since 2020

This February Half Term, the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort will open its doors for its ‘Brick Week’ extravaganza event, giving families the chance to kick off 2022 by building ‘brick-tacular’ memories together.

For the very first time, Brick Week will run for two weeks of half term – from Saturday 12 until Sunday 27 February 2022 – giving guests exclusive access to an awesome variety of rides, attractions, and experiences with something to suit the whole family’s tastes from mini thrill seekers to LEGO builders!

Over 30 awesome rides and attractions will be open throughout the fortnight, including the UK’s first ever flying theatre ride, The Flight of The Sky Lion found in the heart of the multi-million-pound new land LEGO MYTHICA: World of Mythical Creatures full of epic adventures, powerful guardians and mysterious creatures waiting to be discovered. The fun won’t stop there as family favourites such as LEGO Ninjago The Ride*, the Haunted House Monster Party Ride, LEGO Deep Sea Adventure and The Dragon coaster will be open to enjoy.

For budding LEGO model makers, there are plenty of brick building activities to harness children’s imaginations including speed building challenges, a big build and even a mythical Bitsandbobs character to build and take home with you.

Guests can also meet their LEGOLAND heroes with character meet and greets throughout the Park. From Sea Captain and Shark guy at the LEGO Reef, to the LEGO Friends in their home of Heartlake City, all of your favourite LEGOLAND friends are counting down the days until they can see the smiling faces and the sounds of fun taking place across the Resort.

Day tickets to the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort for ‘Brick Week’ start at £25pp and must be pre-booked online at Limited tickets available. Children under 0.9 metres get free entry to LEGOLAND.

For families who want to make their ‘Brick Week’ trip even more special, they can stay overnight stay at the epic LEGOLAND Resort Hotel or the enchanting LEGOLAND Castle Hotel, both fully themed and bursting with LEGO magic. An overnight stay in the LEGOLAND Resort Hotel (based on a family of 4) is from £385 and at the LEGOLAND Castle hotel from £445 which includes breakfast and one day tickets for entry into the theme park for Brick Week. Or stay at a nearby family-friendly hotel from £50pp. Your breaks are covered under our Book with Confidence Guarantee which means you’re covered if your break is impacted by COVID-19.

Speaking about the return of Brick Week, Helen Bull Divisional Director at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort said: “Brick Week is back again for February half term and it’s the first time we’ve been able to host the event since its debut in 2020. This year there is even more cause for celebration as we are opening for two whole weeks across the term time break, offering more families the chance to kick off 2022 by building some wonderful LEGOLAND memories together.”

Author: Adam White

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