Win tickets to Legoland
IF YOUR little ones are fans of the familiar faces of Bob the Builder, Fifi and the Flowertots, Angelina Ballerina, Fireman Sam and Barney, then don t miss this summer s top children s music festival at LEGOLAND� Windsor. Completing the star studded event
IF YOUR little ones are fans of the familiar faces of Bob the Builder, Fifi and the Flowertots, Angelina Ballerina, Fireman Sam and Barney, then don't miss this summer's top children's music festival at LEGOLAND(r) Windsor.
Completing the star studded event will be George Sampson, the winner of Britain's Got Talent 2008, who'll be performing at the all-singing, all-dancing LEGOLAND Live! And for the first time, this fun festival takes place over two days - July 18 and 19.
In between the children's acts performing on the main stage, there'll be plenty of fun activities, including a petting zoo, storytelling, and the new Active Zone, where families can play together.
The park's latest attraction, Kingdom of the Pharaohs, will not be hard to miss - it is dominated by one of the tallest LEGO(r) models in Britain - a massive six metre high statue of a Pharaoh, made from 200,000 bricks.
Climb on board a desert off-roader and discover the secrets of the ancient temple in the exciting new indoor ride Laser Raiders - where everyone gets to play an adventure hero.
Armed with laser guns you must shoot your way through a labyrinth, battling evil mummies and dodging traps and skeletons during an adrenaline-filled journey to discover lost treasure.
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And if that doesn't get your knees knocking, then brave the new Scarab-Bouncers and be catapulted nearly 15 feet in the air.
The hi-tech revamped Rocket Racers return this year, where you can design your own virtual racing driver and car before taking on the opposition in purpose-built racing pods.
The park is aimed at children aged three to 12 and is open until November 8.
Admission is free for under-threes and tickets start from �15.75, with children's tickets costing a maximum of �27 and adults �36. An annual pass is �37.
We are giving away three sets of four tickets, valid until the park closes on November 8 - see this week's Recorder.