The Legoland Windsor resort is Celebrating the arrival of another Royal baby by building a Royal Baby Scene and granting Free Entry to anyone who Shares their Name with the Royal Archie
Celebrating the arrival of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, born to Megan and Prince Harry, Legoland Windsor resort this week have unveiled a new LEGO scene in its world famous Miniland attraction, plus they are granting FREE ENTRY to anyone who shares his first name.
The new royal baby scene has been created by the talented LEGOLAND Model Makers and features a 3cm tall LEGO® creation of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, along with a LEGO pram made up of just 50 tiny LEGO bricks.
The new Miniland Royal is joined by LEGO models of his proud parents, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex who take pride of place together outside Miniland’s very own 39,960 LEGO brick Windsor Castle.
Paula Laughton, Head Model Maker at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort, commented: “We love to celebrate our royal neighbours’ news and wanted to mark this very special occasion in our own LEGOLAND way! Our guests love to spot our new models in Miniland and we can’t wait to see what they think of our latest royal addition.”
This new LEGO Royal scene will remain on display as part of Miniland's recreation of Windsor Castle until November 2019.
Everyone who is lucky enough to be called ‘Archie’, will be granted one day free entry to LEGOLAND, simply by showing their proof of identity at the Ticket Office. This offer of free entry allows you to enjoy the Resorts rides, live shows and attractions and is available for visits until 12 July 2019.
The offer will only apply to people with the exact same spelling of ‘Archie’ and the type of id you will need to produce include passport, birth certificate or photocard driving licence and photocopies are accepted, which saves you losing your little ones birth certificate on a day out..Phew!
Full Terms and Conditions for this offer can be found on Legoland's website here
If you have never been to Legoland in Windsor it’s a basically a family theme park where designed for kids aged 2 -12 can, although big kids will also enjoy! It has over 55 interactive rides, attractions, live shows, building workshops and driving schools, as well as a staggering 80 million Lego bricks and is set in 150 acres of pretty parkland.
The Legoland in Windsor is one of 8 around the world, the others can be found in Denmark, California and Florida in U.S.A. Germany, Dubai, Malaysia and Japan.
To get into our one in the UK you will probably find it cheaper to buy your tickets in advance online where they can cost from £29 on selected dates, but as you can imagine prices tend to go up during kids school holidays.