New underwater ride opens at Legoland

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A new underwater attraction has opened at the Legoland theme park in Windsor – just in time for the half term holidays.

The £8m Atlantis Submarine Voyage features submarines that take visitors into the depths of a one million litre aquarium housing 2,500 fish of around 50 different species.

Visitors can view the fish from special viewing panels in the submarines.

Fish include Nurse sharks, Zebra sharks, Cownose rays, Yellow tangs, parrotfish, soldierfish, clownfish and inverts such as Cleaner shrimps, starfish and sea cucumbers.

All one million litres of water is passed through the filter every couple of hours and it contains over 50 tonnes of salt mix.

The new attraction also features around 100 bespoke Lego models and features. The biggest of these is a yellow submarine made from over 400,000 Lego bricks, which took four model makers over 800 hours to build.