Legoland in Windsor has announced that it will be launching a brand new theme world called Ninjago which is set to open this May.
The new world takes the theme of ninjas and will feature an innovative 4D hand gesture enabled ride and interactive scenes.
The new world
Lego Ninjago World will take visitors through interactive character scenes which will test balance, agility, speed and creativity. These scenes include Zane’s Temple Build, Kai’s Spinners and Cole’s Rock Climb.
With Zane’s Temple Build, guests can tap into their inner imagination and create Lego models inspired by Ninjago.
Students can test their balance with the Kai’s Spinners, as they stand on one of the spinning platforms.
For young pupils, Cole’s Rock Climb is ready to test their agility as they scale a rock wall.
The Ninjago ride is said to be the first UK attraction to use 4D effects, including heat, smoke and wind, alongside state of the art hand gesture technology, which will enable riders to virtually throw fire balls, shock waves, ice and lightning, using their hands.
The ride will also feature 3D image projection throughout in order to make the theme world experience feel as real as possible for visitors.
There will also be 20 brand new Lego models including two five-foot guardian dragons built from 77, 280 Lego bricks, protecting the entrance to the zone.
More about Legoland
Legoland feature 55 rides and attractions, suitable for all ages.
The park is now open again for the season, and the new theme world will be open to the public in May this year.
Legoland for schools
A trip to Legoland can also be educationally beneficial, with the attraction offering workshops suitable for all Key Stages, which cover STEM topics.
Special rates are available for schools.
For more information, visit www.legoland.co.uk/LEGONINJAGOWORLD.