The Legoland Shuttle service between Windsor Town Centre and Legoland is provided by routes 191 and 200. Buses operate every 30 minutes to connect with trains and pick up from outside Windsor Parish Church and opposite the Theatre Royal.
These stops are just a short distance from both Windsor & Eton Riverside and Windsor & Eton Central stations. Simply purchase your ticket from the driver (cash only please), or obtain a combined train/shuttle bus/Legoland admission ticket from any UK railway station.
|Group (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children)||£10|
Tickets valid on the Legoland Shuttle can be used on the 702 Green Line service, which also connects the bus stop at Windsor Parish Church with Legoland. Visit www.rainbowFARES.com for details of the Green Line service, which also links Windsor with London Victoria.
The Legoland Shuttle facility also provides a Park & Ride service for those visiting Windsor but would rather avoid the hassle of finding and paying for car parking in Windsor town centre. A free car park opposite LEGOLAND Hotel is just a minute's walk from the bus stop near the staff entrance. All you pay is for the bus journey. Park & Ride tickets are valid on route 702, which also link Legoland Staff Entrance with Windsor. The adult return fare is £4.80, but a party of 5 people boarding at LEGOLAND staff entrance and travelling together pay just £6 return. Holders of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead's Advantage Card can purchase a special Park & Ride ticket for 2 people for just £3
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