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Wednesday 12th December 2018

Work on the Haunted House is looking great from the outside. With the park open for its Christmas event it gives us a great view of some of the work that's been happening since the park shut for the main theme park season.

Sunday 21st October 2018

The drum for the Haunted House ride at Legoland Windsor appears to be complete. The theming for the drum doesn’t look to have been installed yet but the building can now be made water tight ready for the cold winter months ahead.

Friday 5th October 2018

The new ride, built by Vekoma from Holland is a Mad House ride similar to Hex and we were excited to see that great progress has been made.

Sunday 16th September 2018

Today we can reveal that the madhouse ride has started to be delivered to Legoland Windsor. Stored in a staff carpark, ride components are being stored ready for installation over the next few weeks. Parts for the ride have been labeled up as “Seat + Floor 4 + lapbars 1 piece” 

Monday 3rd September 2018

The metal structure containing Haunted House Monster Party a madhouse ride, similar to Hex at Alton Towers has gone vertical. Opening in 2019 the framework for the ride has started to fly up! 

Sunday 8th July 2018

Foundations for the Haunted House ride at Legoland are underway, concrete appears to already have been poured in some areas of the foundations for the ride. Metal rebar and wooden slots for more foundations have been set up down one end of the site.

Wednesday 4th July 2018

Starting this weekend Legoland Windsor will be hosting an event called “Summer of Fun” Running from 7th July until 2nd September, Legoland will be hosting its first ever beach party designed for kids with pop music, challenges, pop up sandy beach and Lego building activities. 

Wednesday 20th June 2018

The Hill Train at Legoland Windsor Resort still stands still after being fully re-tracked over the closed season. 

Sunday 10th June 2018

Groundworks on the next big ride at Legoland Windsor have begun. The path that connected Lego City and Adventure Land has been closed since the beginning of the season and now work has started on ripping up the path and digging out the foundations of the new ride. 

Friday 11th May 2018

Two years ago, Legoland Windsor submitted plans to the local council with plans to build a 43ft high indoor ride (Haunted House - Monster Party) and two new fairground style rides along with plans for a new Holliday village accommodation featuring lodges and rustic barrel-shaped rooms.