But there's a catch – they have to correctly answer a question about Miniland at the ‘Father’s Day Trivia Turnstile’ next to the main entrance, between 8.45am and 10am.
Alternatively, get two free tickets by collecting nine codes with Sun Savers.
This year, the park has used two million Lego bricks to create landmarks from all over the world.
Miniland USA features a 15ft Empire State Building, plus the Statue of Liberty and scenes from Las Vegas and Route 66, taking in Chicago and Arizona.
Also new at the park in Windsor, Berks, is Miniland Explore the World, with iconic monuments from Australia, India, Russia and China, including Sydney Opera House and the Taj Mahal.
The new mini landmarks took 55 model makers around 12,000 hours to build.
A 4D film, Lego Ninjago, also opens for the start of this, season and you can book a Ninjago-themed room at Legoland Windsor Resort – buy a Legoland ticket with a meal deal here.
Legoland has also announced that it was building a new attraction for 2019 – The Haunted House Monster Party.
The spooky ride, which will be held inside an interactive haunted house, will feature an entrance lobby and a scary pre-show in the grand foyer.
In the ride, guests will be invited to join the “frightfully friendly vampire” for a party at his haunted home to celebrate his arrival.
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Young party guests will be greeted by joke-telling Lego gargoyles and talking statues.
Inside the house, families will take their seats at a banquet table in a decorated hall piled with monster party food, cauldrons, potion bottles and goblets each made up of hundreds of Lego bricks.
When everyone is seated, the vampire will then bring the banquet hall swinging to life, turning the room upside down.
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