What's New
New for 2014: Pirate Shores

Castaway CampSet sail on a perilous swashbucklin’ adventure in 2014, to Pirate Shores at Legoland Windsor. Will you join Captain Good Brick’s crew as they battle to save Castaway Camp?
An all new pirate play area complete with a towering forgotten fortress and fearsome battle ships. High rope-walks, nets and slides will challenge the most experienced buccaneers.

Fun for brave shipmates doesn’t stop there. The hugely popular Pirate Falls log flume hosts a brand new Treasure Quest - can ye help to search for Good Brick’s long lost treasure hoard and reclaim it from the scurrilous Captain Black Heart? Scallywag the Parrot will take you on an animated journey through Pirate Shores to find Black Heart’s hidden lagoon before you face the final climb to the Treetop Lookout. Beware, what goes up must come down - waterproofs recommended - even for the most adventurous deckhands.
 
Also in Pirate Shores, Legoland favourite, the Jolly Rocker pirate ship, is waiting to give you the voyage of your life - testing your nerves as well as your sea legs! Sailors must have a head for heights. Pirate Shores was previously Pirates Landing and the new Castaway Camp pirate play area replaces the Pirate Training Camp and the Enchanted Forest attractions.

 
Haunted House

Haunted House - Legoland WindsorLegoland Windsor has applied for planning permission to build a Haunted House attraction at the park, similar to Ghost - The Haunted House which is new for 2014 at Legoland Billund, featuring a walkthrough experience and two 10m drop towers.

The new attraction will be located in the area between the Orient Expedition railway track and the footpath from the Boating School 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.

Haunted House: Ride Plans