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Germany, Günzburg

Children usually have at least one construction tool in their toy arsenal. This useful toy develops imagination and spatial thinking. Children build whole worlds out of coloured bricks.

The Legoland park in Günzburg, 100 km from Munich, invites adults and children alike to see what wonders can be created by Lego builders. This theme park in Germany opened relatively recently (in 2002), so it is technically more advanced than its Danish counterpart, although it is still inferior in size.

The children's theme park in Germany covers an area the size of about 26 football pitches and uses a total of 56 million Lego bricks to build the figures in the park.

It takes all day to spend here (knowing the scale of the park, many families come to Legoland for a few days, booking the themed hotels located within the park).


  1. Types of Legoland tickets
  2. The best park rides
  3. Play areas in Legoland Germany
  4. Accommodation
  5. Legoland Holiday Village
  6. Cafes and restaurants on site
  7. Lego Shop

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It is worth mentioning that the park is especially interesting for children of primary school age (5-12 years), for very young children there are not many rides, but they are there, and you can plan an interesting and entertaining programme for the whole family if you wish.

And our author's review will tell you what you can see at Legoland Gunzburg, which rides are worth a trip for adults and children, how to save on tickets and the easiest way to get there.

Types of entry tickets to Legoland. Which one to choose?

The park offers several categories of tickets for adults and children, with prices depending on the method of purchase (online or at the box office), the age of the visitor (adult or child), the number of visits (single, two-day or annual pass), the number of guests (per person, group or family visit) and several other factors described below.

You can choose the best option for you, and by planning your trip in advance, you can get good discounts.

Let's take a closer look at the types of tickets available at Legoland Germany.

Tickets for a single visit to the park

To start with, you can buy tickets for a single visit to Legoland either at the park's ticket office or online.

E-tickets can be cheaper than buying directly from the park, especially if you buy them in advance (7 days or more). Special discounted rates are available, averaging 24% off the standard price.

Important. The ticket is issued for a specific date and unfortunately cannot be returned or exchanged later.

For those not willing to take that risk, there is a Flexi Ticket. It costs a little more than a normal ticket, but allows you to visit the park on any day of the year.

Buying a Legoland Germany ticket online starts at €32 (for a group of five or more), followed by €33 (for a group of four or more) and €39 (for one person).

In comparison, a visit to the park costs €64 at the local ticket office, while a child's ticket (aged 3 to 11) costs €58.

If you buy tickets online, the Legoland website offers a special rate that includes not only the rides, but also meals in the restaurants and cafes within the complex. What is included?

  • For adults: 1 adult menu + 0.5l soft drink of your choice
  • For children: 1 children's meal + 0.3l soft drink of your choice
  • For a family of 4: 2 adult menus + 2 children's menus
  • For a family of 5: 2 adult menus + 3 children's menus

You can get a full menu with your ticket at the following restaurants and cafes: Pizza Mania, City Restaurant, Asia Chicken House, Schnitzel Depot, Knights' Table.

The price of an all-you-can-eat ticket is on average €7 more than a standard ticket.

Two-day ticket to Legoland

This is a great deal as it includes a free second day in the park. This rate includes

  • Admission to the park for two days.
  • Accommodation (1 night) in one of the Legoland theme hotels or partner hotels in Günzburg, which can be booked on the official Legoland website.
  • Parking for 2 days
  • Breakfast (buffet) in one of the restaurants at the park.
  • Tickets start from €78 per person.

Legoland Annual Pass

If you plan to visit the theme park several times a year, we recommend an Annual Pass, which entitles you to use Legoland's services and entertainment at least every day for 12 months from the date of your first visit.

Tickets start from €79 per person. Children under the age of 3 are free.

Guests are also offered an annual parking pass, which comes in handy if you visit the park more than once (it costs €15).

When you buy your ticket online, you will receive a confirmation email in the form of an e-ticket with a barcode, which you must print out and show when you enter the park.

An online ticket is not only advantageous because of the price, but also because you do not have to queue at the ticket office when you arrive. It is worth noting that there are queues, especially on weekends and public holidays.

Legoland Express Pass

In practice, the most frustrating thing about popular theme parks is waiting your turn. Legoland is no exception.

The longest queues (sometimes 40-50 minutes) at German Legoland are on weekends, public holidays and school holidays.

But for those who don't want to waste their precious time waiting, the park offers an additional service in the form of the Express Pass, a special key fob that can help you cut down on the time you spend waiting for your turn at a particular attraction.


Standard Express Pass costs €20 per person. This allows you to join a 'virtual' queue at a time of your choosing, allowing you to visit an attraction that is not busy, for example.

The Premium Express Pass costs €35 and reduces the time you spend in the virtual queue by 50%. For example, if the board next to the attraction shows the standard wait time of 40 minutes, you will be able to go on the ride after only 20 minutes.

Gold Express Pass costs €80. Same procedure as the Premium Pass, but with a 90% reduction in queue time.

There is a separate entrance to the attraction for all holders of these passes.

As you can see, ticket prices vary considerably depending on many factors including season, number of people, age, etc. It is therefore recommended that you check the ticket prices on the official Legoland Germany website in advance when planning your travel budget.

LEGOLAND Rides & Attractions

There are about 40 different attractions in the park, divided into sections. All that's missing is a stone that says "Go right and you'll find pirates, go left and you'll find knights".

You can also visit Pharaoh's Land, explore Adventureland, experiment with the laws of mechanics in the Imaginarium, meet the inhabitants of the jungle, take a canoe trip and search for treasure in the darkness of the X-Expedition Temple.

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Thanks to the clever layout, you won't miss a single attraction as you wander around the park.

For the convenience of the riders, each attraction is labelled so that parents can see if their child is the right size for the ride and if they can go on their own without their parents.

If your child gets bored on one of the rides, they can try their hand at gold panning, an activity in long vats filled with sand and small gold pellets.

A sieve and a plate are used to scoop out the gold, which is then weighed and the young prospector is awarded a medal or a gold bar.

In the middle of Legoland Village, by a small lake, there is a fancy ropes course and several Lego Douplo-style playgrounds where you can have fun and relax after exploring the park.

It should be noted that everything in the park is made of construction material, even the cars on the rollercoaster or the race track are Lego. The ingenuity of the creators transforms an ordinary ride into a breathtaking adventure.

Themed Lands

It's no exaggeration to say that once you're in the park, you'll want to run in every direction — there's so much to see.

Because there are so many rides and zones, there's a Legoland map available at the entrance and at many other points around the park. The best way to decide where to start is to take the Fun Train, which takes you around part of the park.

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Let's take a look at each of Legoland's lands.


This is the most fascinating part of the park, as it features replicas of world landmarks made from 1:20 scale Lego pieces. Only up close can you see how 'toy-like' the buildings are; from a distance, the models look completely real.

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Lego cities are populated by people, with cars driving, ships sailing, planes flying and passers-by milling about.

There are also replicas of famous European castles and palaces, including the Bavarian fairytale castle of Neuschwanstein. In Miniland, you'll see a replica of the Reichstag in Berlin, the Allianz Arena in Munich, the Theatre of Venice, the Port of Hamburg, the Berlin Zoo and many other places in Germany, Italy, Switzerland and the Netherlands.

There are stands next to some of the replicas with a button that you press to activate the exhibit.

For example, you can start a fountain, send a ship sailing, make a ballerina dance or operate a crane.

There is another amusement park at a distance of 64 km, Skyline Park


This area offers visitors a variety of attractions for both adults and children.

The Legoland Express steam train. Take a ride at the beginning of your visit to get an idea of what the rides are and where they are located.
Minimum age: 8 years (1 year if accompanied by a parent)
Minimum height: 120cm (80cm if accompanied by a parent)

Minimum age: 7 years
Minimum height: 125 cm
Maximum height: 195 cm

Power Builder
Minimum height: 120 cm (accompanied by an adult), 130 cm (unaccompanied)
Maximum height: 195 cm

Airport. The colourful aeroplane carousel will appeal to the youngest guests. You control the rise and fall of the aeroplane yourself while it's in motion.
Minimum height: 100 cm (80 cm accompanied by an adult)
Minimum age: 6 years (3 years when accompanied by an adult)

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Harbour Cruise boat trip
Minimum height: 120 cm (80 cm accompanied by an adult)
Minimum age: 8 years (1 year accompanied by an adult)

LEGO® Factory. Be sure to visit the Lego factory to see for yourself how the parts of this wonderful toy are made. At the end of the tour, each visitor receives a Lego brick as a souvenir.

Hyundai LEGOLAND® Driving School (for kids 7-13 years old) and Junior Driving School (for kids 3-6 years old). At both schools, children receive mini-training on specially equipped courses and a driving licence. There is a tuition fee of €5 at Hyundai LEGOLAND® Driving School.

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The 7,000-square-metre space features NINJAGO character-inspired rides.

  • LEGO® NINJAGO® The Ride. An interactive 4D journey in which you can help the Ninjago heroes overcome certain obstacles.
    Minimum height: 120 cm (100 cm accompanied by an adult)
    Minimum age: 6 years (4 years accompanied by an adult)
  • Kai's Spinners. With this ride, your child learns how to balance.
  • Cole’s Climbing Wall. A climbing wall is a great way to practice your strength training.
  • Jay’s Reaction Games. Real ninjas must have quick reactions, and this attraction develops exactly that quality.
  • Temple Brick Building. Use your imagination and help build a temple out of lego bricks.
  • Toddler Area. A special play area for toddlers.


  • Observation Tower. The observation tower, 50 metres high, lifts you up and gives you a bird's eye view of the Legoland area.
    Minimum height: 120 cm (80 cm if accompanied by an adult)
    Minimum age: 6 years old (1 year old when accompanied by an adult)

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  • Pedal-A-Car. Another ride that allows you to view the park from above during your ride. Pedal in the car and enjoy the scenery! By the way, the harder you pedal, the faster your car will go. So it's a breeze to drive.
    Minimum height: 120 cm (90 cm when accompanied by an adult)
    Minimum age: 8 years (4 years accompanied by an adult)
  • LEGO® City Police Station. A mirrored police maze in which you'll have to overcome a lot of obstacles and find your way out.
  • A gallery of football stars, made of Lego. Football fans are invited to stroll down the Walk of Stars and find their favourite player.
  • Kids Power Tower. Using a rope and the strength of your arms, you have to climb to the top of the tower and then rest while going down. Visitors to the ride have a competition to see who can climb to the top the fastest.
    Minimum height: 130 cm (100 cm when accompanied by an adult)
    Minimum age: 8 years old (4 years old when accompanied by an adult)

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  • DUPLO® Playground. Legoland's best-loved and most popular play area for the little ones. This is a huge playground with houses, ladders, swings and slides where every kid will find something to do. There is also a baby food shop here.

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It's an area of extreme entertainment and high-speed slides that take your breath away.

  • The Great LEGO® Race. An attraction that combines a roller coaster with virtual reality. Visitors put on a special VR headset and find themselves in a racing world where everything is built out of Lego bricks.
    Minimum height: 120 cm
    Minimum age: 6 years old (4 years old when accompanied by an adult)

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  • Aquazone Wave Racers. Water fun enthusiasts will love this ride. Riding on waves with obstacles in the form of water jets and waves.
    Minimum height: 120 cm (100 cm when accompanied by an adult)
    Minimum age: 8 years old (6 years old when accompanied by an adult)
  • Techno Tea Cups. Take a quick seat in one of the cups and enjoy the rhythmic movements that make you slightly dizzy. Use your own rudder placed in each cup to give it extra spins or change direction.
    Minimum height: 120 cm (110 cm when accompanied by an adult)
    Minimum age: 6 years (4 years accompanied by an adult)

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  • LEGOLAND® ATLANTIS by SEA LIFE®. The Lego underwater attraction allows you to take a tour of the depths of the sea and get to know its inhabitants up close. Walking through the tunnel, you can see the underwater inhabitants living in a huge aquarium containing 500,000 litres of sea water, in and around it you can also see 50 models created from a million LEGO bricks.
  •  "LEGO® NINJAGO® 4D Movie". Designed specifically for Lego parks, the Lego 4D cinema offers a choice of films that blur the line between the real and virtual worlds.
  • Stepping Tones. A musical fountain that plays happy tunes when you step on a certain key.
  • WaterWorks. Another fun water ride to see how well your intuition works. Reactive jets of water appear in different places and at different times along the track. One wrong step and you'll be soaked to the skin!
  • LEGO® MINDSTORMS®. A fun activity that must be booked in advance. During the course, children will try to build a robot from a kit and even teach it certain commands. There is a €3 fee to take part.
  • Nintendo Zone. A gaming zone where dozens of fans of gaming consoles gather at the same time.
  • LEGO® Academy. For those who like to play with a construction kit, there is an academy where you can build models using ready-made instructions and come up with something yourself. The resulting construction — a car, for example — can be tested in a test centre.

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At the water rides, you'll find automatic dryers to tidy up your clothes and dry your hair. The service costs €2.


A visit to this part of the park will take you back to the Middle Ages, to a time of beautiful ladies and brave knights fighting fairy dragons.

  • Dragon Hunt. A mini version of the roller coaster that's perfect for children aged 6 and up. The fun descents, turns and climbs will cheer everyone up!
    Minimum age: 6 years old (4 years old accompanied by an adult)
  • Caterpillar Ride. A fun merry-go-round that takes you backwards as well as forwards.
    Minimum height: 120 cm (90 cm accompanied by an adult)
    Minimum age: 8 years (4 years accompanied by an adult)
  • Royal Joust. A knight's duel. Horses are ridden by young knights (or ladies) in a circle.
    Minimum height: 90 cm
    Maximum height: 150 cm
    Minimum age: 4 years old
  • Gold Panning. Gold fever will catch you on this particular ride. Hurry up and grab a container and find your gold! An attraction with a surcharge.
  • Fire Dragon. Perhaps the most extreme rollercoaster in the kingdom. The coaster takes you at breakneck speed straight into the jaws of a fire-breathing dragon!
    Minimum height: 120cm (110cm if accompanied by an adult)
    Minimum age: 8 years (6 years with adult)

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There are many interesting and unusual things hidden in the wild Lego jungle. The fun and exciting attractions in the Adventure Zone will provide many enjoyable and memorable moments. So take the whole family on an adventure!

  • Canoe X-pedition. The park invites young visitors and explorers to take a short canoe trip down the river.
  • Adventure playground. A large themed playground.
  • Jungle X-pedition. A canoe expedition through uncharted jungle, a cave and the summit of a volcano. The attraction culminates in a thrilling descent down a 12-metre water slide.
    Minimum height: 120cm (100cm if accompanied by an adult)
    Minimum age: 8 years (4 years when accompanied by an adult)

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  • Safari Tour. This is an unforgettable journey for the park's youngest visitors, during which they will get to see gorillas, elephants, monkeys, flamingos and other animals created from lego cubes, of course.
    Minimum height: 100 cm (80 cm accompanied by an adult)
    Minimum age: 6 years old (2 years old when accompanied by an adult)

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The large 5,000 square metre themed area introduces children and their parents to the challenging and sometimes dangerous but exciting life of pirates.

  • Captain Nick's Splash Battle. A fun water ride that allows you to splash other participants or onlookers with water cannons.
    Minimum height: 100 cm (80 cm accompanied by an adult)
    Minimum age: 6 years (2 years accompanied by an adult)
  • Playground in the shape of a pirate ship
  • Pirate School. The pirate ship carousel will show how ready you are to rock on a real ship.
    Minimum height: 120 cm (90 cm accompanied by an adult)
    Minimum age: 6 years old (3 years old when accompanied by an adult)

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In this area, you'll enter a world full of mythical fantasy creatures made from hundreds of thousands of LEGO bricks. Cool new attractions await you there.

The highlight of the new LEGO MYTHICA themed world is a thrilling new roller coaster unlike any other LEGOLAND park in the world. Teenagers and adults alike will love the thrill of the ride. The thrill of the ups and downs is guaranteed. By the way, the slides are approved for brave children from primary school age and above 1.2 m.


  • Temple X-pedition. An adventurous car ride through the halls of the Egyptian pyramids, a treasure hunt and a marksmanship competition (each participant has their own pistol to hit as many targets as possible).
    Minimum height: 130 cm (90 cm when accompanied by an adult)
    Minimum age: 8 years (2 years accompanied by an adult)

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If you have planned a visit to the Legoland amusement park in Günzburg for several days, you will need a place to stay overnight. In that case, there are two options:

  • Option 1: Book a stay in one of the themed hotels in the park and recreation area (the so-called Legoland Feriendorf area).

The advantages of this option:

  •  hotels are themed, with interesting room designs in different styles (pirates, knights, Egyptian pharaohs, etc.)
  •  full immersion into the atmosphere of the world of bright bricks
  •  the opportunity to extend children's playtime in one of the themed playgrounds, which do not close even in the evening.
  •  you're sure to be tired after a busy day, and a hotel within walking distance is always a big plus.

The disadvantages of this option:

  • Rooms are quite small in size.
  • More expensive than hotels outside the theme park.
  • Option 2. Stay in one of the hotels in the town of Gunzburg. Some of the partner hotels are listed on the official Legoland website, so you can also book online here.

The advantages of this option:

  • A good way to save money on accommodation.
  • The town has all the necessary infrastructure (cafes, restaurants, pharmacies and shops).
  • It takes about 10 minutes by bus from the city to the park, even less by car. Read more about how to get to the park in our special section.

The disadvantages of this option:

  • You will still have to spend time travelling, whereas in the hotels in the park you can already rest in your room at this time.
  • You need to organise your own meals

Hotels in Legoland Feriendorf

Let's take a closer look at Legoland's accommodation.

The Legoland Village is a 10-minute walk from the park entrance (along a picturesque path through the woods) and includes several themed hotels, a campsite, 18 themed playgrounds, a bowling centre, a Lego shop, a rope park with 42 elements and 4 restaurants.

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Restaurants in the Legoland Feriendorf area:

  1. Jungle Buffet Restaurant: buffet-style dining and breakfast are available for guests.
  2. The Round Table Restaurant: Medieval-style restaurant with an à la carte menu.
  3. Steak House Restaurant: This À-la-carte restaurant serves juicy steaks, fresh salads and delicious desserts.
  4. The Pirates Taverne: The Pirates Taverne offers an a la carte menu of meals and snacks.

The hotel's rooms are two-bedded and consist of a children's bedroom with a bunk bed, a parents' bedroom and a bathroom.

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LEGOLAND Pirateninsel Hotel ("Pirate Island")

This is a new hotel in the park dedicated to pirates and maritime adventure. In front of the hotel is a chic playground in the shape of a pirate ship, as complete as many of the park's attractions.

Hotel facilities include Wi-Fi in public areas, safe, towels and bed linen, hairdryer, fridge and kettle, 2 flat screen TVs, baby cot (on request, €10), games console in Pirate Room Superior Plus, 24-hour reception, disabled access to rooms. All rooms are non-smoking. Check in at the reception at the entrance to Legoland Feriendorf.

Breakfast is served from 7:30 to 8:45 or 9:15 to 10:30 at the guest's choice (please state your preferred time when checking in).

LEGOLAND Castles (Hotel-castle)

If the theme of valiant knights, noble ladies and magical dragons is close to your children's hearts, then feel free to book a room at this themed hotel. They're sure to get a taste of princesses and knights in action. You can walk to the amusement park in 5 to 10 minutes.

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Hotel facilities include: Wi-Fi in public areas, safe, towels and linen, hairdryer, fridge and kettle, 2 flat-screen TVs, baby cot (on request, €10), games console in King's room Superior Plus, 24-hour reception, disabled access to rooms. All rooms are non-smoking. Check-in takes place at the reception area at the entrance to Legoland Feriendorf.

Breakfast from 7:30 to 8:45 or from 9:15 to 10:30 at the guest's choice (note the desired time at the reception).

LEGOLAND Themed cottages

The small houses (two separate entrances, each house is designed for two families) are decorated in different styles. The themes include pirates, adventure, pharaohs, sports racing and knights. Travel time to the amusement park is 5-10 minutes (depending on the location of the cottage).

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Cottages of the same theme are grouped together in the same area, with a themed playground inside. For example, if it is an adventure theme, the playground is in the form of an aeroplane, if it is pirates - a pirate slide or a ship.

When booking a room in this category on the Legoland website, you can leave a wish for a theme, but there is a disclaimer on the website that this category will be given to you subject to room availability.

Facilities include: Wi-Fi in public areas, safe, towels and bed linen, shower and toilet in the bathroom, hairdryer, fridge, flat-screen TV, cot (on request, €10), heated radiators in bathroom and room. A cosy terrace in each room. A kettle is available on request at reception (deposit). All rooms are non-smoking. Check-in takes place at the reception area at the entrance to Legoland Feriendorf.

Breakfast is from 7:30 to 8:45 or from 9:15 to 10:30 at the guest's choice (note the desired time at check-in).

LEGOLAND Camping Barrel

Quite an unusual type of accommodation in the form of a barrel with Lego-themed decorations. The room can accommodate up to 4 people.

Equipment: heater, hairdryer, bed linen, towels, mini-fridge. There is no bathroom; all hygienic procedures can be done in a separate building equipped with showers and toilets. All rooms are non-smoking. Check-in takes place at the reception area at the entrance to Legoland Feriendorf.

Breakfast from 7:30 to 8:45 or 9:15 to 10:30 at the guest's choice (please indicate your preferred time at check-in).


Camping is the most budget-friendly option, suitable for car campers. The camping area is equipped with tent and car parking areas.

Facilities: water station, showers and toilets, washing machine and tumble dryer, waste water disposal, catering facilities, refreshment room. Check in at the reception at the entrance to Legoland Feriendorf.

Breakfast is served from 7.30am to 8.45am or from 9.15am to 10.30am at the guest's choice (please ask at reception).

Important: If you are planning to book budget accommodation, we recommend that you do so in advance as the park is very popular and budget accommodation is sold out first and in advance.

Restaurants & Cafés

Recreation at any of the amusement parks is a long and energy-consuming process. You will, therefore, want to have a snack or two during the day, if not a hearty meal.

The eating area at Legoland Günzburg has several fast-food restaurants as well as cafés, where you can always get a quick and tasty snack:

  • Ninja Kitchen – a fast food restaurant in the LEGO® NINJAGO® WORLD area, offering noodles with different ingredients.
  • Café EIN STEIN – a café in the entrance area of the amusement park, here you can have breakfast, a cup of coffee or another drink. Lactose-free drinks are on the menu.
  • Asia Chicken House  – located in the LEGO® CITY area, the menu features oriental dishes and snacks.
  • City Restaurant  –  located in the LEGO® CITY area, you can dine here with a choice of salads or snacks and drinks.
  • Ice-Cream Station  – located next to City Restaurant, offering a wide range of ice cream to suit all tastes and tastes.
  • Arena Café in the LEGO® CITY area will offer coffee and a variety of coffee drinks, as well as waffles and ice cream.
  • Pizza Mania! in the IMAGINATION area offers a pizza and pasta menu as well as various snacks, salads, desserts and drinks. There is a separate children's set menu.

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  • STARS Grill House in the LEGO® X-TREME area. A restaurant with an interesting concept. During the meal, customers are entertained with 3D animation. The menu includes burgers, grilled dishes, salads, snacks and gluten-free dishes.
  • Ice Cream Box in the LEGO® X-TREME area offers a wide selection of ice cream.
  • Knights' Table in thr KNIGHTS' KINGDOM™ area is a great place for lunch. Sausages, fries, salads, kebabs and a children's menu will delight the whole family.
  • Castle Ice-Cream in the KNIGHTS' KINGDOM™ area will delight you with a wide selection of ice cream.
  • Schnitzel Depot in the ADVENTURE LAND offers large and small schnitzels for the whole family. There is a children's menu.
  • Jungle Oasis in the ADVENTURE LAND offers a hot dog snack and continues your incredible adventures in Adventure Land.
  • Waffle House in the ADVENTURE LAND. It's definitely worth a visit for waffle lovers.
  • Fata Morgana in the KINGDOM OF THE PHARAOHS invites all lovers of vegetarian cuisine. Salads, snacks, drinks and desserts are on the menu.

In the play area, there is a Hipp service point where you can buy baby formula, porridge and water, heat up baby food, feed and change your baby.

LEGO® shop

How can you visit Legoland without buying a souvenir? There are several shops in the park where items are sold by weight. There's no better souvenir than this! Here you can assemble your own little man, choosing from several rows of boxes with all kinds of body parts: legs, bodies, heads, hats, hairstyles. The Lego gift shops also offer pre-assembled kits, accessories, toys, souvenirs and clothes with the famous theme park logo.


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Opening hours

Weekdays 10:00-18:00
Weekends 10:00-19:00
Summertime   1-2 hours longer
November - March Closed
* We recommend to check the openings hours before visiting
* Any inaccuracies found? Please, inform us

Ticket information

1-day pass from 39 EUR
Legoland tickets can be purchased at the park or in advance from the official Legoland website or partners.
Discounts are available for online purchases and with a Bavarian Ticket.
* We recommend to check the ticket prices before visiting
* Any inaccuracies found? Please, inform us

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Country: Germany
Region: Munich
Address: Legoland Allee 89312 Günzburg
Phone: +49 (0) 180 6 700 757 01
E-mail: [email protected]
Official website:


The nearest airport is in Memmingen, a journey of only 50 minutes by car.

The journey from Munich to Legoland takes approximately 1.5 hours by car, and 1 hour from Stuttgart.

How to get to Legoland from Munich

From Munich by car, take the A8 motorway between Ulm and Augsburg, then follow signs to Günzburg, turn left on the B16 towards Krumbach, then follow signs to Legoland.

By public transport from Munich.
The best way to get there is by train from Munich Central Station (Hbf) to Gunzburg. The journey takes between 1 and 1.5 hours, depending on the type of train.

The train timetable Munich-Gunzburg can be found here

Take advantage of the Bavarian Ticket to save money (valid on RB and RE trains, most buses within Bavaria and on public transport, group tickets are valid for up to 5 people per ticket).

Important: When buying a ticket, please state or enter Legoland as the final stop, not Günzburg.

The price will then include a bus transfer from the station directly to the park.  The number of the bus you need is no. 818.

The distance from Günzburg station to Legoland is about five kilometres, so you have two options to reach your destination:

  • By special bus no. 818 (runs every 20-30 minutes and has a special Legoland theme).
  • By taxi if you don't want to wait for the bus.

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