Legoland Windsor Resort have submitted a planning application to the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council for the redevelopment of Adventure Land, suggesting the popular Windsor attraction could be seeing its very own THE LEGO® MOVIE™ World arrive at the theme park. Attraction Source examines all the details of this latest development.
Located in the eastern part of Legoland Windsor Resort, the submitted plans, currently known as “Project Rex”, propose to redevelop a large section of Adventure Land, one of the oldest areas of the theme park, which is home to SQUID Surfer, Harbourside Fish and Chips, Picnic Grove, and a number of smaller games, retail and F&B kiosks.
The main attraction within the proposals is set to be located in the southern part of the proposed development site and will see a 13m high building constructed to house an indoor attraction. Plans show that the front of the building will be finished in a lavender colour and take on the appearance of a dog with its tongue out, with a colourful paved courtyard area to the front of the attraction. This area will also include a covered queue, a 3.4m high entrance portal, models and interactive features. Diagrams illustrating the interior of the building suggest that the attraction will be a flying theatre attraction, indicating that it will be the same, or very similar to, THE LEGO® MOVIE™ Masters of Flight at Legoland Florida Resort.