Whether you’re hoping to fill your long Platinum Jubilee weekend with lots of fun or you’re looking for a place to go when the summer weather lets you down, we might have the solution for you.

Legoland Windsor is giving families of four the opportunity to visit the attraction for £120 on Sundays throughout June and July 2022.

The offer is only available online and once they’re gone, they’re gone so you’ll need to grab yours while you can.

The Sunday Saver Ticket will be available to use for visits on Sunday 5 June, 12 June, 19 June, 26 June, 3 July, 10 July, 17 July and 24 July, 2022.

Legoland’s ticket offer coincides with its upcoming LEGO® NINJAGO® Weekends which are running on all Saturdays and Sundays from June 11 to July 10.

You’ll be able to visit the Miniland stage and watch the NINJAGO show – Portal of Peril which will be running throughout the day.

A Miniland scavenger hunt, build challenges at The Brick and a chance for guests to meet their heroes and show off their ninja moves is all in store.

Little ninjas can test their knowledge on the six LEGO® NINJAGO® virtues; courage, curiosity, balance, generosity, wisdom and honesty.

When the virtue challenges are completed, they’ll earn a certificate and an augmented reality experience.

They’ll be able to test their courage on LEGO® NINJAGO® the Ride and Destiny’s Bounty in LEGO® NINJAGO® World and watch everyone’s favourite ninjas in LEGO® NINJAGO®; Master of the 4th Dimension in the 4D theatre.

Legoland Windsor is also now home to the newly opened Magical Forest in the heart of LEGO MYTHICA: World of Mythical Creatures.

Families can also see the new additions to Miniland which celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with more than 18,000 bricks.

News Shopper: Miniland's Platinum Jubilee display (Legoland Windsor)Miniland's Platinum Jubilee display (Legoland Windsor)

There’s plenty to see with a Red Arrow flypast, the Queen travelling down The Mall in an animated car and even LEGO corgis plus more.

The scenes will be on display until the autumn and children under 0.9 metres get free entry.

How to buy Legoland Windsor tickets

If you’re excited to take a trip to Legoland Windsor, here’s how you can buy your tickets.

The Sunday Saver tickets are available via the Legoland website and if you’re looking to visit on another day, tickets are also available on the website.

News Shopper: The Red Arrow flypast at Miniland (Legoland Windsor)The Red Arrow flypast at Miniland (Legoland Windsor)

How to buy a Merlin Annual Pass

The Merlin Pass is available to use at a variety of Merlin Entertainments’ attractions, including Legoland Windsor and can be bought via the Merlin Annual Pass website.

Several Merlin Pass memberships are available so if you’re not sure which one would best suit you, more information is available on the Merlin Pass website here.

Terms and conditions of the Sunday Saver offer can be found via the Legoland website.