The battle to contain the COVID pandemic and its successor variant strains continues to this day. While that’s going on, the world also struggles to bring life back to a sense of circa-2019 normalcy. This may be seen in the world’s many major theme park destinations like LEGOLAND. No pandemic’s stopping Merlin Entertainments from building new LEGOLANDs like in China, or adding new attractions to existing LEGOLANDs. Case in point: LEGOLAND Windsor has been busy with a new addition, a brick-shaped building, right next to their Miniland. Brick Fanatics reports that the park has finally revealed their upcoming new attraction.
This spring of 2022, LEGOLAND Windsor is looking forward to introduce to their visitors: The Brick. This building, shaped like its name, apparently copies an attraction found at LEGO House in Billund: the Brick Pit. That means a facility filled with thousands upon thousands of LEGO bricks, inviting guests to come and build freely. “Let your imagination take the lead in your creativity and immerse yourself into a world of play.” So goes LEGOLAND Windsor’s promo blurb for The Brick. It certainly sounds like a fun place for families to build LEGO together, if the promo graphic is any indication.
LEGOLAND Windsor is already open to visitors, if filled with many safety regulations against the pandemic. It also means that guests to the park will primarily hail from within the UK for the moment. We wish them fortune and health safety for when The Brick opens in the spring 2022.