A park for all the family, based on the popular LEGO bricks
LEGOLAND® Deutschland is open from 28 March to 8 November 2015 from 10 am until 6 pm. Longer opening hours apply on weekends, during vacation time and on German public holidays. Attractions (except MINILAND) close one hour prior to park closing-time. Restaurant and shop hours may vary depending on the number of visitors.
On weekends and during German vacation periods LEGOLAND® Deutschland is open until 7 p.m. See www.legoland.de/en/Plan/Opening-hours for exact dates.
About LEGOLAND® Deutschland
LEGOLAND® Deutschland, which covers an area as large as 26 football fields, is divided into eight theme areas. Each theme area is designed to ensure that heroes of all ages will find tons of things to explore and enjoy at the LEGO® experiment centers, roller coasters, water attractions and shows. The whole family can embark on a day-long voyage of discovery and adventure.
Waving flags and two towers mark the entrance area to LEGOLAND® Deutschland. Up to 20 cash tills guarantee a quick entry into the park, even on very busy days. At the information desk you can obtain further information about the park. And if you are looking for further information about Günzburg and the surrounding region, the Tourist Information will be delighted to help you. It is recommended that you plan at least one full day for your visit to LEGOLAND® Deutschland, so you have time to visit all rides and attractions.
See the world from Gulliver's perspective in MINILAND, the centerpiece of every LEGOLAND® Park. Nationally and internationally known buildings have been rebuilt in detail on a scale of 1:20. Guests from Germany will recognize buildings from their home area. You can stroll past the Berlin Reichstag, Frankfurt's financial district or Munich airport - with Terminal 2 and the Airbus A380. Visitors from Italy, the Netherlands and Switzerland, too, will find buildings from their home countries. Not only Italian visitors will love the recreation of Venice complete with canals and gondolas.
All the buildings are worth a close look, to see what's happening in and around them. LEGO® figures are working on the facades, strolling through the streets, and can be spotted hiding behind windows. The whole of MINILAND is animated, and guests - big and small - can bring the models to life by pressing buttons and turning switches.
Imagination reigns supreme when inventors and designers big and small discover not only their creativity but also their muscle power: Build your own racing car and test its speed! Pull yourself up into the air by a nine meter rope at the Kids Power Tower! Take a ride around the Imagination area above the heads of the other guests in the Pedal-A-Car! Or enjoy the magnificent view from the Observation Tower! - The realm of fantasy definitely knows no bounds in IMAGINATION.
X as in eXtra large. In LEGO® X-TREME everything is faster, bigger and even more action-packed. Speedy racers can show they've got what it takes at the LEGO RACERS Drome Racing or when speeding over the water in the Aquazone Wave Racers. The very brave can also volunteer as test drivers for Project X - LEGO Test Track, a high-speed coaster that is eighteen meters high. At the LEGO MINDSTORMS Center clever types may program LEGO robots themselves and then test them in competition with others. Another highlight is the 4D-Movies in the LEGO Studios with many surprise effects.
A highlight of LEGO X-TREME is LEGOLAND® ATLANTIS by SEA LIFE™: This indoor Underwater World is inhabited by more than 2,000 fish together with models made from over a million LEGO® bricks.Take an exciting trip along the ocean floor to the sunken city of Atlantis. Thre you will meet sharks, rays and other tropical fish. Particularly brave visitors can come face to face with the creatures of the deep in the eight-meter-long glass tunnel.
A royal castle with a great inner courtyard forms the center of KNIGHTS' KINGDOM™. The only way into the interior is via a drawbridge, and this is where your journey into the past begins: The Fire Dragon takes visitors on a fantastic trip through the interior of the castle. Having watched valiant knights, lovely damsels and even the royal family together a minute before, you suddenly find yourself racing on the dragon outdoors. Additional medieval highlights include panning for gold, championships on LEGO® steeds and much more.
This area of the park is hidden in the wild jungle. Surrounded by bushes and trees, wild animals and fantastic creatures, tents and bamboo huts are the perfect setting for learning about the adventures of LEGO® hero Johnny Thunder. Join him on a Jungle X-pedition through grottos and jungles - and down the twelve-meter-high waterfall. Younger visitors can paddle through a land of adventures in the fantastic new Canoe X-pedition! Or explore the savannah on the Safari Tour passing 90 wild LEGO animals!
Covering an area of some 5,000 square meters, PIRATE LAND is the largest expansion of the park since it first opened. In addition to a major new ride, this area directly adjoining ADVENTURE LAND also contains other piratical highlights. The entire family can play an interactive role as seafarers and pirates. Embark on an exciting voyage of discovery through this fascinating LEGOLAND® world!
A visit to LEGO® CITY is absolutely essential. Its urban life is buzzing with cars, planes and cranes moving around factories, the port, highways and urban settlements, an airport and a harbor. LEGO CITY is also home to the new HERO FACTORY, a fantastic and powerful MEGA ride. Visitors can make their first driver's license at the Hyundai LEGOLAND® Driving School or go on a boat trip in the harbor. Other highlights at LEGO CITY include the LEGO Factory where LEGO bricks are made in front of the visitor's eye. Don't forget to take your souvenir brick home with you!
2015 Ticket prices
Buy your 1-day tickets now at the Kaiserslautern, Wiesbaden, or Stuttgart USO office and save money and time! (only for U.S. Armed Forces ID card holders)
Regular ticket prices
1-day ticket child (3-11: €37,00 gate; from €27,75 online
1-day ticket adult (12+): €41,50 gate; from €31,12 online
Children under 3: free
Parking fee, 2-day tickets, family tickets, annual passes and accomodation:
see www.legoland.de/en(external link)
In the world’s first LEGOLAND® holiday village visitors can spend the night right next to the park in one of 72 LEGO®-themed chalets or in the large caravan area. Each chalet has two family rooms for 4 or six persons. Save 5 Euros with an online booking or call +49 (0)89 288527 300.
Experience the adventure in 2014 at the new Knight’s Castle in the LEGOLAND® Holiday Village. With 68 themed rooms on two floors, guests receive truly royal treatment: while the little princesses and knights are conquering the castle over the drawbridge or ascending the throne in the entry hall, their parents can relax and unwind in splendid surroundings.
The 32m2 family rooms have an area for parents with a king-size bed, a sleeping area for children with up to two bunk beds and a separate bathroom. The rooms are tastefully decorated and have numerous LEGO models, so that guests can spend the night as real lords of the castle in a LEGO kingdom.
The new Knight’s Castle is situated next to the idyllic Village Lake and depending on the room offers wonderful views of the Holiday Village and the surrounding forests. The LEGOLAND Park is right next door, easily reached by a short footpath
More info . . .
LEGOLAND® Deutschland, LEGOLAND Allee, 89312 Günzburg
Tel.: 0180 5 700 757 01*
(*14 cent/min. from landlines within Germany; mobile phone max. 42 cent/min from within Germany. Rates for calls from outside Germany may vary depending on telecommunications provider.)
For further park information please check www.legoland.de(external link)
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