With half term around the corner, some families may be planning a big day out so we wanted to make sure you know about the new sensory space at Legoland. It’s the first sensory space of its type in a theme park and is designed to provide a calming environment for visitors with additional needs. There’s an open space full of interactive sensory experiences including vibrating beanbags, soft seating, interactive projections, bubble tubes, infinity tunnels, tactile panels, and soft lighting.
Although we don’t have Compass Card offers at national theme parks, Legoland does have a policy of allowing one free carer admission, so make sure you take some documentation, like your DLA letter, if you plan to visit! For more information, visit Legoland’s website. Legoland is wheelchair accessible and there’s a Changing Places facility.