There's a parent and toddler offer on at Legoland at the moment, allowing an adult and child between 3 and 5 to visit Legoland for 15. (Under 3's go free)
Legoland is such a fun day out, but we haven't been since our daughter was seven months old and doing supported walking, so I think it's high time we visited again.
This offer has loads of terms and conditions, as you'd expect, but yes, it's available for an adult with a 3-5 year old, and is only available on specific dates, most notably, not weekends, which is to be expected.
The blurb on the site says you can buy your tickets on the day of the visit by downloading your voucher and handing it over at the turnstiles when purchasing your ticket.
It sounds like a somewhat more expensive, but much more exhilarating play date idea – it's always great to get out somewhere different, isn't it?
Thanks to zainee at HUKD