You might not have seen, but a new LEGO Ninjago themed area is coming to LEGOLAND Windsor Resort this year. To celebrate this the LEGO Junior Builders Week during half term has a Ninjago theme!

Junior Builder Week is back between 10th-18th February 2017

A family of four can sleepover in a LEGO themed room, enjoy breakfast at the Bricks Family Restaurant AND join in Ninjago themed games, LEGO building and activities from just £150. Considering a stay during peak season is over £400, this is a bargain! Wannabe ninja’s can perfect their ninja moves in a Ninja Training Session. Then put their building skills to the test in a LEGO Ninjago speed build and build LEGO models of their favourite Ninjago characters.




LEGO Ninjago heroes will be on hand for meet and greets throughout the day, plus every young ninja will receive a free LEGO Ninjago gift.

After a busy day, sleepy ninjas can grab some downtime in the Movie Den to watch episodes from the Ninjago Masters of Spinjitzu TV series. Before heading to the atrium to enjoy the evening entertainment with more ninja fun and games and a disco!

If you’ve never stayed at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort Hotel before, this is a great time to do it. The theme park won’t be open. However there should be plenty to keep you busy, as well as all the games, activities, and central play areas. The splash-tastic LEGO Pirates Splash Pool will be open for business too – it’s a fab little pool for all the family. You can also have a look at how construction is progressing on the LEGO Castle Hotel too.

You can find out more information on the Ninjago LEGO Junior Builders Week here.

Disclaimer – I am a LEGOLAND Family Ambassador. This particular post is written for general interest in UK Theme Parks – I have received no ‘payment’ (monetary or ticket based) for doing so.

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