CHRISTMAS is coming to Legoland with a series of special events all the way through to Twelfth Night.
The Windsor-based resort will be holding seasonal activities and the chance to meet favourite characters and get into the festive spirit.
Families can catch the Brickmas Express or take a winter stroll to Miniland, where a miniature Lego Father Christmas and his reindeer are delivering mini Lego presents to the Minilanders. The Christmas Kingdom features glistening trees and twinkling lights.
On hand will be one of Father Christmas’ cheery elves, who will guide them through the weaving Christmas tree forest, to Father Christmas’ very own log cabin, where little ones will meet the jolly present giver and, once he’s checked his list twice, receive a special Lego gift.
If that wasn’t enough, there will be rides and a Christmas Lego building workshops to enjoy, including the chance to write a Christmas letter and build a Lego train with Mrs Christmas in her toyshop.
The fun runs from November 30 through to Christmas Eve and, for the first time, from December 26 until January 6.
The hotel will be open and there will be a special New Year’s Eve fireworks display – the park will be running on KST (Kids’ Standard Time) so midnight is a more child-friendly 9.30pm.
Tickets including a visit to see Father Christmas cost £36 per person or £26 for Annual Pass holders and can be pre-booked online in advance only at www.legoland.co.uk