Thrillseek­ers re­turn to Le­goland

Windsor & Eton Express - - News -

WIND­SOR: Le­goland re­opened to the pub­lic on Satur­day – with a num­ber of so­cial dis­tanc­ing mea­sures in place.

Guests had their tem­per­a­tures taken on en­try and were en­cour­aged to wear face cov­er­ings in the park.

Seats were left empty on rides to al­low for so­cial dis­tanc­ing and all tick­ets had to be booked in ad­vance.

Vis­i­tors were also able to check out a new Mini­land at­trac­tion, which was ded­i­cated to the he­roes of lock­down.

The scene in­cluded minia­ture NHS staff mem­bers, teach­ers, post­men, refuse col­lec­tors, Joe Wicks and Cap­tain Tom Moore.

The project took 40 hours to com­plete and 5,000 LEGO bricks.

The at­trac­tion will be on dis­play un­til Novem­ber.

Thrillseek­ers wear masks while aboard the Jolly Rocker galleon.

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