To celebrate the birth of the new royal baby LEGOLAND is offering free entry to the park in Windsor for families.

Parents and their children can get in FREE but there is one condition– that they are called Louis, the same name as the new royal arrival.

Now that Prince William and Kate Middleton have announced the baby’s name, the offer will be valid for anyone entering the park until 19th July 2018 with a valid ID.

This year, the park has used two million Lego bricks to create exciting new landmarks from around 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.

Fans of the toy bricks will love Lego Reef, where you can build your own underwater creatures, then watch them come to life on a digital screen.

A 4D film, Lego Ninjago, also opens for the start of the new season and you can book a Ninjago-themed room at ­Legoland Windsor Resort.