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Legoland Windsor gets Haunted House ride, Lego Movie experience and 4D film

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Legoland Windsor Resort has confirmed new additions to the theme park, including the opening of new family ride, The Haunted House Monster Party.

Also heading to Legoland Windsor is new 4D movie, Lego City 4D – Officer in Pursuit!, and now at the resort, The Lego Movie 2 Experience.

The Haunted House Monster Party

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Guests visiting Legoland Windsor this month will be some of the first to enjoy the new The Haunted House Monster Party ride, which opened on April 13.

They’ll get to join Lord Vampyre for a monstrous party at his new Haunted House, with young visitors greeted by Lego brick gargoyles and talking statues, Lego bunting, banners and balloons.

Inside the Haunted House, families will take their seats on the ride at a banquet table in a magnificent hall, brimming with ghastly monster party food, cauldrons, potion bottles and goblets.

Vampyre will then bring the banquet hall to life and turn the room upside down. At the heart of the attraction is a Mad House ride by Vekoma.

The Lego Movie 2 Experience

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In The Lego Movie 2 Experience, guests can experience explore a Lego set seen in the film, made from 62,254 Lego bricks, 628 types of Lego elements, and 31 different colours.

Returning heroes Emmet, Wyldstyle, and their Lego co-stars can be spotted in their hometown of Apocalypseburg, recreated in miniature LEGO scale.

Legoland Model Makers have been reconstructing the set piece for five months, working with Warner Bros Consumer Products and set designers to ensure it’s as accurate as possible.

Lego City 4D – Officer in Pursuit!

On May 4, Lego City 4D – Officer in Pursuit! launches at Legoland Windsor, featuring 3D glasses and 4D water, wind, fire, and bubble effects.

In the 12-minute movie, visitors join LEGO City Police Officers in a 4D journey across town as they chase down the mischievous crook through the streets and skyscrapers of the metropolis.

Elsewhere, the world’s first themed land dedicated to the Lego Movie film franchise has opened at Legoland Florida.

Images: Legoland Windsor Resort

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Bea is a journalist specialising in entertainment, attractions and tech with 10 years' experience. She has written and edited for publications including CNET, BuzzFeed, Digital Spy, Evening Standard and BBC. Bea graduated from King's College London and has an MA in journalism.

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