LegoLand Windsor have unveiled a 39,960 brick version of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding venue.Read the full story ›
Four tiny baby Bamboo Sharks have taken upresidence at one of the Atlantis Submarine Voyage attraction at the Legoland in Windsor.
They will live in a pop up nursery kitted out by the talentedModel Makers with colourful large Lego blocks.
The seven-inch long creatures are currentlysmaller than an outstretched palm but will grow to over one metre when theyreach maturity.
“We are delighted to have successfully hatched so manybabies this year” commented Aquarium Curator, Iain Grieve.
The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort park has closed down for its annual autumn clean up, in order to get everything spick and span for Halloween.Read the full story ›
300 people broke out colourful umbrellas to mark St. Swithin's Day at Legoland Windsor. Legend has it that if it rains today, it will rain for the next forty days.
Zoe Cartell from Legoland Windsor says the tower took four days to build.
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A world record has been set today (Sunday 8th July) as the final elements were placed at the top of a 32m high lego tower at Legoland in Windsor. Hundreds of people lent a hand to put together the gargantuan structure which was topped off with some Lego mini figures.
The tower is made up of over 160 sections using more than half a million lego bricks.
Legoland Windsor is hoping to get into the record books today by building the world's tallest Lego tower.
Thousands of people are lending a hand to put together the gargantuan structure made from 500,000 bricks.
When it's finished the structure will stand at a height of more than 31.9 metres, which will beat the current record set in Seoul, South Korea.
Star Wars fans have been to Legoland Windsor this weekend to see the new landscapes dedicated to the sci-fi series.