Legoland Deutschland is part of the Legoland chain of theme parks located in Günzburg, Germany. Günzburg is situated close to Munich and Augsburg in south Germany. Spread over a vast area of 107 acres (43.5 hectares), it is one of the four famous amusement parks in Germany. The theme park houses a host of miniature replicas of famous German landscapes and cities. The Park began its operation in 2002 and recorded a whopping 1.35 million guests in its first year. Merlin Entertainment Group is the attraction operator for the Legoland theme parks. The Park features 55 attractions and a vast array of recreations created using more than 50 million LEGO® bricks. Opened in 2008, Holiday Village is located right across the theme park and offers accommodation to visitors for the night in various theme-based rooms and on a large campground. Holiday Village, built over an expansive 11-hectare land, houses restaurants, mini-golf courses for children, a bowling alley, a lake and a soccer court. Guests can also enjoy a hot air balloon ride over the Legoland park.
Let Legoland Deutschland take you and your family on a magical ride to a fantasy land filled with unforgettable moments of fun n frolic
Miniland features fascinating recreations of famous German and European cities on a 1:20 scale, built using the LEGO® bricks. All the recreations are animated and the LEGO® figures, installed in the arena, come alive with the press of a button. Some of the places featured in Miniland are Hamburg, Berlin, Frankfurt, Venice and the Netherlands.
LEGO Ninjago World
Children get trained on the tough Ninja skills in this Ninja world. Children can hone their skills in balancing, climbing, imagination and reaction abilities. The Ninjago world also features a ride wherein you can team up with the Ninja heroes and fight against the evil. There is a toddler area earmarked for the toddlers.
Lego City is one of the must-visit zones in the theme park. Lego City depicts the typical hectic life of a city with its LEGO recreations of airplanes, cars, and cranes zooming around. You can enjoy the fascinating and powerful new ride on the Power Builder. Children can ride airplanes, travel in trains, take a boat trip, and also get a driver's license in the Legoland Driving School. Another major attraction here is the Lego Factory, where you can watch the process of real LEGO® bricks being manufactured. You have the rare opportunity of taking an authentic real LEGO® brick home as a souvenir.
In the Imagination zone, you can let your imagination fly and become an inventor or a designer. You can enjoy the Pedal-a-Car ride or get fascinated by the view from the observation tower. Test your physical endurance by climbing the power tower with the help of a rope. You can admire the gallery of football stars made of LEGO® bricks.
LEGO X-TREME park area is where adrenaline junkies would love to spend time in. Get your pulse racing in the speedy car races or the exciting wave racers on water. Show your nerves of steel by opting for the test drive on the Project X - LEGO Test Track. Enjoy the 4D movies in the LEGO studios with its awe-inspiring special effects.
Spread over 5,000 square meters of real estate, Pirate Land is a major draw amongst children. Pirate School trains you to become seaworthy. Become a Pirate or a ship captain for the day and get on an adventurous voyage.
How to Get Tickets?
You can purchase tickets at the ticket booths available at the entrance to the Theme Park. Best way to buy tickets, however, is to book them online on the official Legoland website.
What Should I Wear?
Wear comfortable clothes and put on a pair of comfy shoes as you will need to cover a lot of ground on foot.
Best Time to Visit
Best time to visit the Legoland Deutschland Resort theme park is between April to October. The park remains closed between November and March.
The official currency of Germany is Euro.
Will I Need a Guide?
How To Get There?
If you are driving your own car, get on the Munich-Stuttgart Highway AB and take an exit at Günzburg. You can reach Günzburg by train and there is a regular shuttle service to carry visitors from the train station to the Theme Park. The nearest airports to the Theme Park are in Stuttgart, Memmingen, and Munich. You can book private cabs to pick you from the airport and drop at the Park.
Admission is free for children under the age of 3. Ample parking space is provided at the Theme Park for Cars and Campers. A charging booth is available at the entrance to the park for visitors traveling in electric vehicles. The Park is a smoke-free zone, but specially designated areas provided in the park for smoking. No pets are allowed inside the Park. However, dog owners have the option to leave their dogs in the dog house adjacent to parking lot P3.