Plans first submitted in July 2019 revealed that LEGOLAND Windsor were planning to redevelop Adventure Land, including the addition of an indoor attraction and drop tower rides. Although originally due to be based on THE LEGO® MOVIE™, revised plans submitted in July 2020 indicated that the area would adopt a different theme.

Plans – July 2020

LEGOLAND Windsor submitted revised plans for the development in July 2020, confirming that, while the new area was originally planned to be based on THE LEGO® MOVIE™ franchise, plans had now changed and they wish to amend the application to reflect a new, as yet undisclosed, theme. While the substance of the new are remained unchanged, there had been alterations to the appearance and theming of the area’s attractions and buildings, and the ‘photo opportunity building’ and ‘games unit’ that featured in the original plans would now be a ‘build room’ and ‘character meet and greet’ respectively.

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14th March 2020

Initial construction has started for the new for 2021 area. Fences have been erected around the site and land clearing has begun. A stipulation of the planning approval is that the pictured dead tree stump will need to be relocated to retain its ecological function.

Plans – July 2019

The development was first revealed in plans submitted by LEGOLAND Windsor in July 2019. These showed that the redevelopment of Adventure Land would include the addition of an indoor attraction, expected to be a flying theatre, and side-by-side drop tower rides. Given that the theming of these attractions was shown to be similar to equivalent attractions in LEGOLAND Florida’s THE LEGO® MOVIE™ World, it appeared Windsor would also be getting an area based on the film franchise. Play equipment would also be constructed next to Harbourside Fish and Chips, and a ‘photo opportunity building’ built in the western part of the development area adjacent to a new ‘games unit kiosk’.

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