People tend to check in during these times:
LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Manchester - it's like you’ve just jumped into the biggest box of LEGO® bricks ever! Over 2 million LEGO bricks under one roof!
"Weekends and school holidays are the busiest times! If you can visit on a teacher training day or in term time make use of the 4pm discounted entry offer" - via @topdogdays
Book online to save spending an hour in a queue.
Be careful if you take a 3 year old... they make you pay full price, and there's not a lot you can do inside.
Book in advance, much cheaper. At least a day in advance
The wheels might be hidden...
Highly recommended for wet days. The annual pass is excellent value too.
Free WiFi via The Cloud. Book in advance and visit after 4pm for the best deal.
Only worth it if you can get a discount coupon.
Plenty for the children to do but nowhere near enough adult seating...
Take your own lunch, a flask & settle in for the day. Save yourself some money too. Sadly no wifi.
Get here about 4.30 and have the run of the place til 7. Cheaper if you book online first. 4D movies are ace!
Take your own lunch, the cafe is a shambles
Carry plenty of change for parking
Remember to flash your Annual Pass in the cafe area, and receive 20% off drinks/food/etc!
Legoland - the only thing scammier than the cost of Lego itself!
We've bought an annual pass as we live close. No queueing and you don't need to book in advance .
Bring a packed lunch!
I agree with Tony H. Vastly overpriced but the cinema does go someway to appeasing the disgust over the pricing for what is a playcentre with Lego and branding. Try to get BOGOF vouccher from Tesco.
We're here on a Friday afternoon during term time & we've not queued once - having a blast!
Yabba-Dabba Do!!!! LEGO™