Legoland currently has a Kids Go Free deal on short breaks with theme park tickets

Legoland Windsor is giving families the chance to snap up discounted short breaks in 2021 with its latest Kids Go Free deal.

The resort has is currently offering up free theme park entry and a hotel stay for one child (up to and including 15 years old) for every full paying adult.

The deal is available for bookings made at both the Legoland Resort Hotel and Legoland Castle Hotel, on select dates between May 17 and July 8. (It’s worth noting that the May half term dates won’t be included).

You can also bag the discounts for stays at nearby partner hotels between June 21 and July 2.

You can already book the kids go free deal online on legolandholidays.co.uk but you’ll need to do so by midnight on May 4, when the sale ends.

A view of a king LEGO figure outside the entrance of Legoland Windsor's Castle hotel
The Kids Go Free deal is valid for select dates until July

The resort currently offers a Book with Confidence policy which allows you to cancel up to 36 hours before the date of your stay for any reason, and receive a 100% refund.

The resort has already reopened its theme park in line with government guidance in England, with hotels and indoor attractions set to reopen from May 17 as part of the next step in the country’s roadmap for easing out of lockdown.

However, if you’re hoping to check out the theme park’s brand new land, you’ll want to book a trip after May 29, when it opens to the public.

A rendering of the new flying theatre ride at Legoland
The new land has a flying theatre ride

One of our top picks of the best new theme park lands opening in 2021, LEGO MYTHICA: World of Mythical Creatures will include three new attractions; a flying theatre ride, a drop ride, and a water attraction.

The flying theatre ride will be an immersive 4D experience – the first of its kind in the UK – complete with special effects as families join a mythical flying lion on a trip through the Mythica land.

Other highlights will include zones where kids can build their own mythical Lego creatures, a themed restaurant and a snack bar, and character meet and greets.

Of course if you don’t want to commit to a short break, you can always opt for a day out at the theme park instead!

Day tickets online start from £29 per person, with kids under 90cm going free. You can pre-book a day out on legoland.co.uk.

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