I took my three year old to Legoland around 3:00 on MLK Day. It was not busy so I figured it would be a great trip. They have two rides but we only rode on one because my daughter was scared of the Knight Ride....More
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If you have LEGO fiends, this is worth a visit. Probably a tad pricey, but it’s not really a place you would come to multiple times a year. Consider it a treat instead. There are several different rooms offering plenty of LEGO play as well...More
LEGOLAND is fun for lego loving kids. My sons all loved LEGOLAND when they were younger and my wife and I enjoyed it, too. It's probably something you would only do a few times as it's not that big.
This was a disappointment for my family. For the extreme price they charge, you would think they would have entailed a much better quality and longer tour. Pretty much a rip-off in our book....never again.
I took my family here fo rthe holiday break and i have to say, ive been here a couple times before and they were great, HOWEVER, this time around i was extremely disappointed... When we walked in and went to the 1st area of the...More
My son (8) always loves this place and we've made a few trips since he was 4 and 1st caught the lego bug. I was pleased to see the remodel so it was all brand new again for him. 4D movie is a must!! :)
What an adorable place -- and a lot of fun for the kiddos. My only criticism is that parents were charged the entrance fee with the party package. With kids that young, parents aren't typically going to just drop them off and leave. I feel...More
LegoLand was nice, though buying the tickets to the aquarium next door really sealed the deal. We went with out two young children and spent close to three hours in both. Bring your hand sanitizer! LegoLand is (obviously) filled with children touching things and they...More