The February half-term will see the popular Brick Week event return to Legoland Windsor Resort.

From February 12 until February 27, guests will be able to enjoy more than 30 rides and attractions, four Lego build experiences, and character meet and greets.

This will be the first Brick Week at the venue since 2020.

The rides open to guests during the fortnight include the UK’s first ever flying theatre ride, the Flight of The Sky Lion, located in the new land LEGO MYTHICA: World of Mythical Creatures land. Visitors can also enjoy the Lego Ninjago the Ride, the Haunted House Monster Party Ride, Lego Deep Sea Adventure and The Dragon coaster.

Building is at the heart of Brick Week, and young Lego model makes will be able to participate in a host of building challenges and create characters they can take home with them.

Meet and greet sessions will give guests the chance to meet many iconic characters, including Shark guy and Sea Captain at the Lego Reef.

Helen Bull, divisional director at the Legoland Windsor Resort, commented: “Brick Week is back again for February half term and it’s the first time we’ve been able to host the event since its debut in 2020. This year there is even more cause for celebration as we are opening for two whole weeks across the term time break, offering more families the chance to kick off 2022 by building some wonderful Legoland memories together.”