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The most exciting time of year in LEGOLAND for friends of the scary: The Halloween Weeks - with extra long opening hours on all five Saturdays!
LEGOLAND® tickets for season 2021
Book your discounted tickets now!
LEGOLAND® Holiday Village
Spend the night with us in an extraordinary setting!
Reserve Visit Date
The visit of LEGOLAND Deutschland is only possible with a prior day-dated reservation, as the number of visitors is limited.
Accommodation deal for Halloween Weeks
Book now to secure your overnight stay for Halloween Weeks, including 2-day park admission:
With LEGOLAND cancellation protection, you can cancel your stay free of charge up to one day before arrival.
The park dresses up in its scariest costumes and offers age-appropriate scares for the whole family.
For a whole month, witches, ghosts and vampires are up to mischief in the themed areas decorated with thousands of pumpkins and corn stalks.
This offer is valid for the following travel period: 01.10. – 31.10.21
LEGOLAND® is open from June 10 until November 28, 2021 from 10 am until 6 pm. Longer opening hours on weekends, during vacation time and on public holidays. (Closing Days: 8-10, 15-17, 22-24 November 2021)
The LEGOLAND® Deutschland Resort is located near Günzburg in Bavaria.
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"Superb games for the kids! My 2 children ages 10 and 13 loved it so much! Went for 2 days straight and they were reluctant to go. Even with a 1 year old baby in pram, it was a breeze. Staff were friendly and helpful. Recommend to upgrade to the year card if you are going as a family for multiple days. I like it that it is so child and baby friendly."
"Great theme park for children and adults who share a passion for Lego. The attractions are built around different settings and topics. Every age group is addressed. Additionally there are plenty of restaurants and food trucks to choose from. If you are looking for souvenirs or full Lego sets just visit one of the many shops distributed across the park."