Legoland Discovery Centre are gearing up for its sites reopening by ensuring ALL members of its team are following COVID-19 safety procedures

Following the recent UK government guidelines, Legoland Discovery Centres in Manchester and Birmingham are excited to welcome back visitors to their ultimate indoor playground on May 17th.  

With very few opportunities for a family day out this past year has undoubtedly been tough on everyone. However, with restrictions slowly being lifted, those at the Legoland Discovery Centres are keen to demonstrate they are following the correct safety measures in place, and we’re not just talking about the staff! 

Ensuring both centres are following health and safety measures has been the main priority on the lead up to the reopening, even the LEGO mini figures in Miniland have been given a makeover at the centre.

The Master Model Builders at both attractions have been tasked with making sure that all mini figures are leading by example, by keeping socially distanced and wearing face masks throughout. 

Craig Seedhouse, Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester’s General Manager said on the reopening: “We can’t wait to welcome visitors back through our doors on May 17th to enjoy our wonderful attractions. Legoland Discovery Centre is following strict protocols across all its sites, including a reduced daily capacity, social distancing measures, enhanced cleaning and hygiene stations and request that all guests wear face masks within the indoor areas of the centre.”

The Legoland Discovery Centre team (and the mini figures) are thrilled to welcome back visitors to the attraction, where they can enjoy a range of activities, such exploring the Kingdom Quest and visiting the magical Miniland. 

To book tickets or to read up more on the safety protocols at the sites, please visit the Legoland Discovery Centre website here.

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