Information for overnight guests
Hurray, we can finally welcome you again to a LEGOLAND adventure in our holiday village! To ensure everything runs smoothly, please have the following on hand during check-in or at the entrance to the LEGOLAND parking lot and at the turnstiles:
- Certificate of proof (test result or vaccination certificate)
- Reservation documents
- Printed and filled out entry form (you can find this document attached to your booking confirmation) - does not apply to campers
- Masks in the holiday village:
- No mask required in outdoor areas
- Indoors, a face mask for guests from 6 years of age and an FFP2 mask for guests from 16 years of age.
- Masks in the park:
- From 6 years of age, a face mask (e.g. fabric mask) for designated areas (waiting areas, attractions and in buildings).
- From 16 years of age, a medical-grade mask for outdoor waiting areas and outdoor attractions, FFP2 masks are mandatory indoors from 16 years of age.
Note: You will receive your voucher 2-4 days prior to your arrival.
Camping: Access to the LEGOLAND Deutschland Resort is currently only possible if you have been tested negative, fully vaccinated or fully recovered. Therefore, you will not receive a barcode for the access to the campsite with your travel documents. You will receive the ticket for access to the campsite at check-in after presenting your credentials. Please only use the check-in at the central reception in the LEGOLAND Holiday Village.
To ensure that nothing stands in the way of your LEGOLAND adventure, please read the following information carefully PRIOR to your visit. We look forward to seeing you!
Requirements for your short stay
Staying at the LEGOLAND holiday village as well as visiting the theme park is currently only allowed for persons who have tested negative, are vaccinated or have recovered. Please bring one of the following three forms of proof as well as your reservation:
An officially recognised negative coronavirus test result (PCR or lateral flow test; self-tests will not be accepted); must be no more than 24 hours old at the time you enter the park. Children under 6 years of age do not require a test.
Official, school “Corona-Self-Test-Passes” or quick tests confirmed in writing by schools are accepted. The negative result must not be older than 24 hours at check-in or park entry.
Tip: To avoid unnecessary waiting times upon arrival, we recommend that you bring a valid test result from home. Alternatively, you can use the coronavirus rapid lateral flow test station in the LEGOLAND parking lot. You can find more information and book an appointment here.
If you highlight the time of testing and the negative test result on your document, things will move even quicker. This is a simple way to make the work of our employees at the testing stations easier.
Official proof of vaccination or a vaccination certificate must be presented in the original. The complete vaccination certificate must be older than 14 days.
Please bring your positive PCR test result, which must be at least 28 days and no more than 6 months old. As an alternative to the positive PCR test, you can also present a certificate of recovery.
Hygiene and safety requirements for the LEGOLAND holiday village
- Masks do not have to be worn in our extensive outdoor area in the LEGOLAND holiday village as long as the minimum distance of 1.50 m is maintained.
- In buildings and designated areas, face masks are mandatory from age 6 and FFP2 masks from age 16.
- Top priority is to observe social distancing and maintain a distance of 1.50 m in all common areas as well as in corridors and staircases when entering and leaving the premises.
LEGOLAND holiday village news
In the holiday village, the Pirate Tavern and the Round Table are open for guests in the evenings. You will find out where breakfast is served during check-in. The regulations of the state of Bavaria for the catering industry apply:
- Please reserve your table in advance by phone:
- Pirate Tavern: +49 8221 700-9440 0 (11 a.m. - 5 p.m)
- Round table: +49 8221 700-9450 0 (11 a.m. - 5 p.m)
- When walking through the restaurant (e.g. entering and visiting the restroom) visitors over the age of 6 must wear a face mask, and visitors over the age of 16 must wear an FFP2 mask. These may be removed once you are seated at a table.
- Our staff will accompany you to your table.
- The prescribed minimum distance is maintained between the tables.
The playgrounds and the VR experience will be open as usual, and Pirate Golf, the high rope course and the bowling alley will also be available for use as a family. The LEGO play corners in the restaurants will remain closed.
The LEGO® Shop in the LEGOLAND holiday village is open to guests; please note the up-to-date opening hours on site. Again, face masks must be worn from age 6 and FFP2 masks from age 16.
Admission to the LEGOLAND theme park
All booked stays at the LEGOLAND holiday village or stays booked through our tour operator LEGOLAND Holidays include two day tickets per person to the LEGOLAND theme park. In this case, you don't have to take care of the tickets yourself and you don't have to book a separate reservation ticket.
When booking through other tour operators, please contact them directly regarding tickets.
Overnight guests with an annual pass can visit the LEGOLAND park during their entire stay (including their day of arrival and departure); no reservation is required for the day.
Please note: Entry to the park is only possible for guests who have recovered, are vaccinated or have been tested. The negative test result must be no more than 24 hours old upon entering the park. If you are staying for several days, this means that you will require a new rapid lateral flow test on site for visiting the park. For this purpose, a coronavirus rapid test station (15minutentests.de) is available at the LEGOLAND parking lot. Click here for more information and to book your appointment.
LEGOLAND park news
LEGOLAND Deutschland is open daily from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., rides close one hour before park closing time. >> current opening hours
All ten themed areas and the big & popular rides are open. Due to hygiene regulations, we have to keep selected attractions closed for the time being; other rides may be temporarily closed due to the current situation (subject to change).
You can find an overview of all open attractions in our free LEGOLAND Deutschland app.
Selected restaurants and outdoor food stalls are open (please note the up-to-date opening hours on site). Here, too, the regulations of the state of Bavaria for the catering industry apply:
When walking through the restaurant (e.g. entering and visiting the restroom), visitors over the age of 6 must wear a face mask, and visitors over the age of 16 must wear an FFP2 mask. These may be removed once you are seated at a table.
Selected shops are open for you; please note the up-to-date opening hours on site.
The Bavarian state government's retail rules apply in the stores. Please use a face mask if over the age of 6 or an FFP2 mask if over the age of 16 as soon as you enter the sales rooms and use a cashless method of payment if possible. We provide free disposable gloves for purchasing single bricks at the LEGO factory, so you can safely pick out your single bricks.
Hygiene and safety requirements:
Before your visit
Be sure to check out our website and social media pages for up-to-date information before your arrival.
If you are visiting from abroad, please inform yourself of the applicable travel regulations for entering and leaving the country at your department of foreign affairs prior to departure.
Keep at least 1.5 meters D-I-S-T-A-N-C-E from other families.
Wearing a face mask (e.g. fabric mask) is mandatory from age 6 in designated areas (waiting areas, attractions and in buildings).
Medical-grade face masks must be worn from age 16 in outdoor waiting areas and outdoor attractions, and FFP2 masks are mandatory in buildings from age 16.
This also applies to persons who are exempt from wearing a mask and have a medical certificate.
Hand sanitiser dispensers are available at the rides, when you enter buildings and in sanitary facilities.
Please follow the hygiene guidelines and wash your hands frequently and thoroughly.
Please use cashless payment methods wherever you can; now also possible at vending machines.
If you feel unwell, please visit LEGOLAND at a later date.