Legoland on Sunday...any tips?

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cowssheephens Fri 25-Sep-15 20:42:55

We are going to Legoland on Sunday. DC1 has autism and hoping we will get the access pass for her. She struggles with the concept of queueing and crowded places.

I have a doctors letter that explain her disabilities, will this be enough evidence or should I take something else?

Any other tips to make the day as successful as possible?

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Schrodingersmum Fri 25-Sep-15 22:26:02

We have been many times, your letter should be enough and dont forget to ask for your free carer ticket, have a lovely day

ChowNowBrownCow Fri 25-Sep-15 22:59:03

We got the access pass and it meant we had a great time. We actually managed to do 12 rides in a day which we would never have done without it.
Have a great day out.

twinkletoedelephant Sat 26-Sep-15 07:51:47

The twins are registered disabled legoland were great fwe got the queue passes they stamp hands as well so make sure everyone in your group gets hand stamped and they LOVED it especially the 4d Lego chimera.

D's got of the helicopter ride and hugged the young chap running it...he didn't bat an eyelid just waited till he was done hugging and asked for a high five ;-)

I would definitely pay for the premium parking though its £10. Normal parking is a fiver. We got out an hour and twenty minutes before our friends so well worth it

Have a great day...

Darkchocolatebuttons Sat 26-Sep-15 13:15:08

I second priority parking. I always take a huge picnic, loads of change of clothes, towels and leave everything in the car and simply go back for it, once in the day. The system for getting back in is easy. I don't rate the food at Legoland but the coffee is OK. The lockers used to be sparse and non-refundable.
The first time we had exit passes - it transformed our visit. We have never managed to use all ten.
Last time, we did the shop first and that worked too - almost empty; put stuff straight in the car. At the end of the day, it is mad.
Have fun. We are going later this year grin - can't wait.

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