It was not a “ghost town” it was moderately packed compared to other times of the year we’ve come in the off season.
Not many people, but also very few staff to help load and unload the rides so the lines were disappointingly long. I come twice a month so am reasonably familiar with how long transitions should take.
Went on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day 2019. Tracker said it would be ok on Eve and busy in Day… we found the opposite to be true. Waited 20-30 minutes on the most popular rides (Dragon, Technics coaster, that Egyptian tomb themed ride) but most everything else was barely a wait. The new Submarine ride was a 40 minute wait on Christmas Eve, but Christmas day we walked right on twice.
Pro tip: much of both days was very overcast with some rain. We ate at the Knights barbecue place and got drenched mid meal the first day. Much of the parks food venues have outdoor seating. Christmas Day we left at lunch and went to the new nights themed Legoland hotel, and ate lunch in the restaurant there. The chicken sandwich was delicious and there was hardly anyone in the restaurant.
On 5/28 it said ghost town all day. And it was the most crowded I’ve ever seen it. 30-60 min waits on rides. It was horrible. Your cried trackers are usually right but we’re so off
Wasnt crowded at all
Not packed. Dead as dead can be
Be prepared for long lines on weekends, but weekdays are much more manageable. Legoland rides suffer from low capacity, so the lines always move slow.
Go on a weekday to avoid the long lines. Reserve ‘N’ Ride is simply a must on really crowded days since the rides at Legoland can’t handle many people at the same time. The lines move ridiculously slow sometimes!