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Legoland

Just wondered whether there are other things to see and do in Legoland apart from rides.

Are the Q-bots a worthy investment or do so many people use them that it doesn't make waits shorter?

If we are taking our 3 yr old do we just pay from him so he can take rides on his own or would we need to register a parent on a Q-bot. I wasn't planning on going on any rides but thought there would be rides a 3 yr old could do on his own.

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for Windsor, London
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1. Re: Legoland

Here are some answers to your questions:

Q-Bots:

www.legoland.co.uk/Plan/qbot/Q-Bot-FAQ/

Tickets (you'll need to pay even if you don't ride the rides):

http://www.legoland.co.uk/Plan/tickets/

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2. Re: Legoland

Disclaimer: although my daughter loved Legoland, at 13 she hasn't requested to go there for 2 years now, so my thoughts may be out of date :-(

The rides that your 3 year old would be allowed to go on by himself wouldn't be the rides that you'd need the Q-bot for, in my opinion. There would be enough for you and him to do, but you might think that £30 (or whatever it is these days) is a bit steep, if you're only making use of half the park. And the Q-bot adds even more to the price. If you can get a BOGOF voucher for you adults, that'll help the cost! (PM me if you'd like one - I collect loads of them on various products over here, and won't get to use them, so somebody may as well make use of them)

You will spend a fair bit of time exploring the Legoworld anyway; if it's a warm day take his swimming trunks and a towel and let him splash around in the wet play area near Duploland; ride on the train that just goes around the park; pan for 'gold' (extra cost involved :-( ), let him loose on the driving school (the littl'uns one; you'll be bored stiff watching him go around, but he'll love it); other rides, even the tame 'baby' ones, I'm pretty sure you'll have to go on with him. (Storybrook Tales - the most boring 'river' ride going, but it's quite relaxing actually, or the boating school (which DOES get long queues). Yes, thinking about it, there probably is enough, but I'd be itching to go on the 'big' rides! (And we're talking Legoland 'big'. The term is relative. The rides are all of the 'pink knuckle' variety rather than white knuckle)

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