Legoland Windsor Resort has actually released first-look photos of its excitedly prepared for brand-new Lego Mythica: World of Legendary Animals land.
For the first time ever, a few of the ‘remarkable’ attractions, experiences and Lego designs guests will see when multi-million-pound Mythica opens to the general public on May 29 this year are revealed.
Unveiled for the first time today is the Fire and Ice Freefall, standing at 13 metres high (42ft, or the equivalent of 325 Lego Minifigures). This drop flight ‘is protected by Lego Mythica Guardian Crystal Flame’.
Legoland Windsor Resort has actually released first-look photos of its eagerly prepared for brand-new Lego Mythica: World of Mythical Creatures land. Imagined is Hydra’s Difficulty, ‘an exciting water ride’
An engineer checks the Flight of the Sky Lion 4D experience, which incorporates an animated movie ‘to completely immerse households worldwide of Lego Mythica’
Legoland states that visitors will likewise be delighted at the expose of Hydra’s Obstacle, ‘an exciting water flight that is secured by Lego Mythica guardian Duo’.
The resort includes: ‘Hopeful explorers will require to prepare to get wet on Hydra’s Challenge as they steer their own vessel on this exhilarating water attraction.’
Visitors can also see first-hand ‘the impressive scale’ of the ‘lead tourist attraction’– the Flight of the Sky Lion– which stands at over 25 metres (82ft) tall.
Fire and Ice Freefall stands at 13 metres high (42ft, or the equivalent of 325 Lego Minifigures).
Last checks are carried out on one of the extraordinary Lego creatures at the Mythica land.
Chief Design Maker Paula Laughton gets up near Maximus, who features in the Flight of the Sky Lion flight.
In addition to its ‘magnificent outside’, visitors ‘can also now see a glimpse inside this UK-first, as the resort’s team experience the new ride themselves and perform last tests before opening’.
The Flight of the Sky Lion is a 4D experience that Legoland Windsor states thrills the senses with wind, mist and even smell. It’s a destination that is synchronised with an animated movie ‘to totally immerse households on the planet of Lego Mythica’.
Together with the behind-the-scenes look at the trip, the resort has released a teaser of the animated movie that will carry visitors into the world of Lego Mythica when they board.
It states: ‘They will swoop, duck and dive over the amazing landscape and come face to face with the world’s lots of characters, consisting of the Hydra and the Alicorns.’.
Likewise set to include in the new land will be the Animal Production where guests can develop their very own Lego Mythica creatures. Here engineers perform look at incredible Duo the Hydra.
Helen Bull, Divisional Director at Legoland Windsor Resort, said: ‘We’re thrilled to offer our visitors a very first take a look at Lego Mythica: World of Mythical Animals and showcase some of the destinations, experiences and designs that will be revealed when we open in May’.
Day tickets start from ₤ 29 per person, kids under 90cm go complimentary. Over night stays at the Legoland Windsor Resort Hotel or the Legoland Castle Hotel begin with ₤ 341 for a household of four.
World of Legendary Creatures is presently under construction and will be discovered in between Heartlake City and the Resort’s Lego-themed hotels.
Likewise set to include in the colony will be the Animal Creation where visitors can build their extremely own Lego Mythica creatures; an adventure play area called Lava Dragon Play; a character meet-and-greet experience, Animal Encounter and The Hungry Troll dining establishment and Beastly Bites snack bar.
Helen Bull, Divisional Director at Legoland Windsor Resort, stated: ‘We’re enjoyed give our visitors a first take a look at Lego Mythica: World of Mythical Creatures and display a few of the tourist attractions, experiences and models that will be unveiled when we open in May.
‘ We operated in partnership with Kids Industries and invested a year discussing and evaluating concepts and principles with seven to 11-year olds and their moms and dads who influenced whatever from the final ride experiences, names and characters. It’s remarkable to see the journey from that point to now and we’re confident Legoland fans will like Lego Mythica.’.
Day tickets start from ₤ 29 per individual, kids under 90cm go complimentary. Over night stays at the Legoland Windsor Resort Hotel or the Legoland Castle Hotel start from ₤ 341 for a family of four. To reserve see www.legoland.co.uk.