Legoland qbot question

(9 Posts)
Josie1974 Tue 02-Jul-13 06:41:13

How many would you get? (2 adults, 3 dc ages 7,4, 2)

Would you even bother? Going 23rd July.

Thanks!

Songbird Tue 02-Jul-13 10:56:02

qbot?

Songbird Tue 02-Jul-13 11:04:58

Sorry, know what a qbot is now, but I look forward to any replies you get grin

Josie1974 Tue 02-Jul-13 12:23:32

Lol!! Bump

Bump out of interest too!

Pumpkinsquid Sat 06-Jul-13 22:27:42

The 2 year old, is he/she over 90 cms? If yes then you need 5 so you can all go together. If not then you need 3 as one parent and 2 y old will have to wait whilst the others ride. If you want to save £ then stick to 3 and you can take turns on the rides you all want to do.

Pumpkinsquid Sat 06-Jul-13 22:29:31

And yes, the qbot makes ot a relaxing experience rather than stressing all day. Book your next ride as soon as you board a ride and you can work your way around the park.

Skygirls Sat 06-Jul-13 22:38:49

Qbot for those who don't know, is a small electronic device that does virtual queuing for you for popular rides.

So, you can have lunch and 'queue' for Fire Academy.
The qbot buzzes when you can go on the ride, so you go to the qbot entrance to the ride and essentially get on straight away.

Then you can enter another ride on the qbot whilst going on something else.

You pay per person for this for anyone over 3 years old, but can make all the difference on busy days.

To answer op's question, get 3 as you'd need someone to watch your 2 yr old. Also be aware that some rides only take 2 at a time, like dino safari.

They do a parent switch at Legoland so that the waiting parent can go straight onto a ride once the other parent has finished.

Josie1974 Wed 10-Jul-13 16:44:23

Thanks pumpkinsquid and skygirls!
Dd is tiny so 3 it is - thanks, v helpful.

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now