Win tickets to LEGOLAND Windsor
A land of holiday fun
Monday 19 October 2009
With half term approaching it's time to think about fun activities to keep the kids entertained in a safe and fun way. Many people have cut down on their spending this year, so a family trip abroad might not be on the cards... but we could have you visiting the Orient and even rubbing shoulders with the pharaohs in no time at all.
LEGOLAND is the expert on adventure and has rides and activities to keep even the most energetic and inquisitive 3-12 year old entertained all day long in a safe and stress free environment. Visit the brand new Kingdom of the Pharaohs and ride on Laser Raiders to battle your way through an ancient tomb and use your laser guns to scare whatever may be lurking in the dark. And if you're still feeling brave, the new Scarab-bouncers ride will have you jumping out of your skin!
If this sounds like the perfect family day out for you then you're in luck as LEGOLAND is offering one lucky winner four tickets to LEGOLAND Windsor. To get your hands on this fantastic prize just answer the question below:
Where is LEGOLAND?
Click here to email your answer - please include your phone number and home address in your entry.
Competition closes 31 Novemeber 2009.
For more information visit www.legoland.co.uk
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