LEGOLAND's Haunted House Approved

Plans for LEGOLAND Windsor's new Haunted House attraction have been approved, following a successful appeal against their previously rejected application. It will be similar to Ghost - The Haunted House which was new for 2014 at LEGOLAND Billund, featuring a spooky walkthrough experience and two 10m drop towers.

The new attraction will be located in the area between the Heartlake Express railway track and the footpath from the Coastguard HQ to Atlantis - Submarine Voyage.

The queue line will wind through a landscaped area which is to be themed with ‘graveyard’ and ‘spider’s web’ areas and will also feature various elements such as a ‘brick build’ and ‘swamp creature’. Visitors will enter the Haunted House from the front of the building which will be themed to the LEGO Monster Fighters brand, including broken shutters and boarded up windows.

The rear of the building comprises a double height space which houses the drop-ride structures and will be themed using ‘Keep Out’ signs, boarding and effects to create holes in the building. The ride itself comprises two drop towers with two gondolas which are housed within the Haunted House building. The height of the building has been designed around the ride towers to accommodate the required 10m drop.

See the plans below for the location, layout and theming for the proposed new Haunted House attraction. The details and video for Ghost - The Haunted House at LEGOLAND Billund give a good idea of what to expect from the new attraction at the UK theme park.

Take a deep breath and sneak inside The Haunted House, crawling with vampires, ghosts, monsters and all sorts of creepy-crawlies. On your way through the scary house, you can chase ghosts in the enchanted mirror maze, but be careful not to get lost or die laughing on your way. You can also look forward to meeting The Crazy Scientist and his mad experiment that will send you and your brave family floating and perhaps even drop youuuuu....!

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