Legoland has now opened the new Duplo Valley and it looks incredible

Legoland has now opened the new Duplo Valley and it looks incredible

You can also enjoy an overnight stay at the Castle hotel for the ultimate Knights experience

Promo artwork of new Duplo Dino Coaster at legoland windsor
(Image: Legoland)

Legoland has had a huge make over and has opened the doors to Duplo Valley.

Legoland Windsor Resort has introduced visitors to their Duplo Valley including a new Duplo Dino Coaster.

Inspired by a Duplo Dinosaur, budding explorers will hop aboard a brightly coloured dinosaur carriage, before soaring past supersized DUPLO brick dinosaur models, 18 times bigger than if you were to build them at home.

The new Duplo Valley has four new giant DUPLO characters, including a three-metre-tall dinosaur. The new Duplo models took a team of twelve expert designers, more than two and a half months to create.

Children playing on slide
(Image: Legoland)

The parks existing outdoor play area Brickville, Duplo playtown and the new Duplo Valley Airport have all been updated too so that families can enjoy three new coloured helicopters.

Duplo Valley is also home to the Resort’s outdoor water play areas; Splash Safari and Drench Towers and Raft Racers alongside a host of family rides designed firmly with little ones in mind.

From the gentle riverboat Fairy Tale Brook ride – where fairy tales from The Three Little Pigs and Sleeping Beauty come to life in over 4 million Lego bricks to the Duplo Express train ride.

Plus, for 2020 the much-loved Atlantis Submarine Voyage ride has a new look and name; Lego City Deep Sea Adventure.

Children looking at fish in aquarium
(Image: Legoland)

A new preshow invites young explorers to join the mission to discover a lost underwater city and hidden treasure, amongst real life sea creatures.

Also, to visit the amusement park and have a different experience altogether, they also have the Castle Hotel young explorers will want to visit.

Legoland have 61 wizard and knight themed rooms to stay at- with the hotel perfectly situated right at the edge of the theme park.

Wizard themed double bedroom
(Image: Legoland)

With separate sleeping areas for adults and up to three children, the 61 magical Wizard and Knight bedrooms are brimming with Lego surprises too.

As well as the bright Lego wall graphics and magical LEGO models in every room, children can solve the special clues hidden in the carpet and walls to unlock the Lego surprise in the safe.

For more information on staying at the Castle Hotel visit their website here.

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