Don’t miss Saturday’s Sun for your chance to win two FREE tickets to Legoland Windsor Resort worth £110


EVER dreamed about taking the family to Legoland and finding all the queues have disappeared?

That has become a reality . . . but you had better visit the Windsor resort soon, before everyone else cottons on. 

Legoland Windsor Resort has reopened with socially distanced cars

You can even get two FREE tickets worth over £110 with Sun Superdays.

Legoland reopened in a flurry of excitement last weekend and I took my nine-year-old son Angus and his school pal on day four. 

It feels as safe as houses. Even the cars have to socially distance, keeping one vehicle apart on arrival.

First on the itinerary was the newest ride at the park, the Duplo Dino Coaster.

James with his son Angus and his school pal on The Dragon rollercoaster

It is a baby rollercoaster for little ones but still had enough of a hairpin to make these big, brave boys cling on tight.

Then it was on to the classics beloved by everyone who has visited Legoland before: The Driving School, where you zoom about a miniature Lego city in a battery-powered motor, and The Dragon, the resort’s grown-up rollercoaster.

Such was the lads’ enthusiasm we went on it three times back to back, with no more than a five-minute wait between each turn.

“That was amazing,” both hollered as they raced down the stairs. “We could do this all day!” The boys were not even fazed by the new safety measures around the resort.

James and Angus, wearing their masks, cling on for a thrilling ride

After all, it has become the new normal for kids to see staff in plastic visors, to wear their own masks when necessary and to accept that not everything can reopen immediately.

Part of the Miniland attraction, where builders have spent thousands of hours creating astonishing brick representations of real towns and cities, is now dedicated to our NHS heroes.

Tucked into the middle are nurses wearing PPE, joined by some Thursday-night clappers, Captain Tom and even a square-headed Joe Wicks. What a great tribute.

YOU can win two FREE tickets worth over £110 with Sun Superdays

Starting on Saturday, every Sun reader can grab two FREE tickets, worth over £110.

Simply collect SEVEN Sun Savers codes from the 13 printed daily in your favourite newspaper from Saturday.

Or collect EIGHT printed tokens and book using the form inside tomorrow’s paper. 

But you must collect with Sun Savers to get priority booking and the chance to pick the date you go from the best availability.

Grab Saturday’s Sun for our special Legoland Windsor Resort pullout.

In the meantime, download the Sun Savers app today or sign up at so you are ready to start collecting.

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