First look at new attraction coming to UK's Legoland theme park this autumn – that even adults will love | The Sun

LEGOLAND Windsor has given a sneak peak at its latest attraction, which will be opening to the public this autumn.

The theme park confirmed that the new Lego Adventure Golf attraction will open in Windsor on October 7.

The new attraction will be set outside the Legoland theme park, which means holidaymakers will be able to visit the golf experience as a stand-alone attraction.

Parkgoers will be greeted by the attraction's new Adventure Golf Mascot, a Lego figure called Birdie.

Inside, there will be four nine-hole courses inspired by different worlds including space, Lego City, a medieval village, and pirates.

Children aged three and over will be allowed to play, but the golf experience has been designed with the whole family in mind.

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Each course will take a group of six people one hour to complete, which means there are four hours of fun to be had.

There will also be a new cafe called Tee Time where visitors can purchase a range of light snacks.

Guests will be able to visit the new attraction without going into the rest of the theme park.

Entry tickets to Lego Adventure Golf cost £10 per person.

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Discounted tickets are available for annual pass holders, and holidaymakers who've booked a short break package.

Prices for discounted tickets start from £7.50.

Helen Bull, Divisional Director at Legoland Windsor Resort, said: "This world-first attraction is part of the Resort’s ongoing investment into creating new and exciting experiences for all the family.

"Legoland Adventure Golf will give guests of all ages and abilities the chance to play, have fun and build more memories together when it opens."

Meanwhile, Karen Glassey, Operations Director at Legoland, told the Sun Online Travel: "The adventure mini golf is a new attraction opening later this year. Anybody can book to go there, it's not just for our hotel guests.

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"It's indoors and there will be nine holes where guests can play through the different Lego themes."

But this isn't the only new attraction set to open up at Legoland in the near future, the theme park will soon be home to a £35million holiday village.

There will be 150-holiday lodges across the 10-acre site as well as an on-site restaurant, brick-building activities, nature trails, entertainment hub, and story-time areas.

It will be the first carbon-neutral operational accommodation built by Legoland.

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