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Park News - (9/15/20) Legoland Windsor has confirmed that the park will be hosting their annual Brick or Treat Halloween themed event on select days between Oct. 15 and Nov. 8, 2020. This will be followed by the LEGOLAND at Christmas event that will be held on select dates from Nov. 28 through to the end of the year. Details for each event can be found by following the links above.
2020 - DUPLO Dino Coaster - (3/15/20) Some great images and a video of the new and colorful DUPLO Valley kiddie attractions at Legoland Windsor can be seen below.
(2/5/20) According to this tweet, the new DUPLO Dino Coaster (formerly the DUPLO Dream Coaster) will be ready to open at Legoland Windsor in March 2020. They also mention that DUPLO Valley will also add a new outdoor play area with a rocket themed play structure, as Brickville will become DUPLO Playtown.
(12/29/19) According to this post new track for the Duplo Dino-Coaster has begun to arrive at Legoland Windsor. The new coaster will be from Mack Rides and appears to be a clone of the Ba-a-a-Express from Europa Park.
(9/10/19) Legoland Windsor has announced they will add the DUPLO Dream Coaster for the 2020 season, a new kid friendly coaster going in to the DUPLO Valley area of the park, across from the DUPLO Valley Airport attraction. No further details were given as to the make or style of the coaster.
Future Expansion Plans - (5/15/18) Legoland Windsor has been given permission to go ahead with a planned £95 million expansion over the next decade that would add at least three major new attractions to the theme park as well as a resort expansion. The rides in question mentioned a new 13 meter tall indoor ride (likely the and two new outdoot "fairground style" rides. Previously the park had applied to build Ghost: The Haunted House, an indoor walk-through haunt that ends with a family friendly indoor drop / bounce tower ride, but I had heard elsewhere that was no longer the plan.
(6/28/17) Legoland Windsor has submitted a long term development plan for the park that is said to include at least four new rides, a "holiday village", along with improvements to the park entrance and parking areas. New attraction concepts include a whole new themed land for 2019, and indoor ride of some kind of the site previously approved for the Ghost: The Haunted House project that was put on hold and more. More details can be found over at ThemeParks-UK.