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Published on Thursday, January 30, 2020

LEGOLAND Windsor to open first DUPLO rollercoaster



LEGOLAND Windsor Resort will launch the world's first DUPLO rollercoaster in March as part of new developments of its toddler wonderland, DUPLO Valley.





There will new show, called the Frog Prince, and play area alongside the dino-themed rollercoaster, called the DUPLO Dino Coaster, designed for two-five-year-olds.


Outdoor play area Brickville will become DUPLO Playtown, complete with a brand-new rocket play structure, with interactive play panels, rope climbs and slides.


Families can also take to the skies at the new look DUPLO Valley Airport with three new coloured helicopters for little pilots to choose from.


To celebrate the upgraded DUPLO Valley, the resort has launched a new LEGOLAND Adult and Toddler Annual Pass.


For £49, a toddler and their grown up can visit the theme park during term time (Monday-Friday) and discover the preschool land, enjoying discounts of 10% in the shops and 20% across restaurants - whilst the big kids are still at school.  


Children under 0.9 metres get free entry to the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort all year round and day tickets are from £29 per person when booked in advance online.


Hotel breaks start at £99 per person.

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