We have been here before and had expected to have another wonderful time. However, this time we wine and were greatly disappointed. Specifically with the customer service. At one point we were trying to enter the theater which was not well manned, and upon entering the staff berated me in front of the audience for disturbing the show (which had not started). After embarrassing me and my family she allowed another 10-15 people in before starting the show. I love LEGO, but we won’t be back to this location.
$18 per person and most of the parts of the exhibits that are supposed to work when activated did not work. The staff at the checkin and at the Coffee shop were not very friendly. When I asked a supervisor if there was something I could clean the table with, she snapped back that the second staff member was just arriving. All I wanted to do was sit at a table that was not filthy, and I was even willing to clean it. The master builder was very friendly and answered all of my two and four year olds questions with a smile. Would have been worth $6 - 9 per person, Not $18
It's a good place to go. The Lego constriction displayed is pretty amazing. The Chicago display was amazingly spot on and everything else is great to look at. If you're expecting Legoland like they have in Florida or California you will be disappointed. Here, they have 2 very small rides and the rest is made up of cool creations and an s load of Legos for kids to play with for as long as the parents can stay. Worth the trip. Kind of worth the money even though it can get expensive. Go for it.
Never been here before but I was going to buy a groupon and read the fine print. So if you don’t have a child you can’t enter? What if you are a Lego enthusiasts and you want to see their displays? If the fine print was correct it’s a bit discriminating don’t you think?
Legoland was great! Buy your tickets in advance to avoid the line. We went at noon and it wasn't too crowded yet. We did wait in line for 20 minutes for the ride, but relatively wasn't too bad. Was much more packed when we left. My kids loved it, was a great experience.
My 5-year-old loved this place, but objectively what he liked was the building sites. As a parent, Legoland is fine, but I’ve been to more interactive and more thoughtfully designed theme parks. The master builder class was a highlight. My son made a snail. He was impressed! The attached store had a nice selection, but it was crowded.
Something terrible has happened since our last visit here. The ENTIRE jungle portion was closed as well as the ride upstairs. The upholstered chairs in the upstairs cafe are I unbelievably filthy dirty. I ordered a hot chocolate there that made me so incredibly ill so quickly; I just made it to the bathroom to throw up. They gave me a refund; but did not appear to care when I told them I never in my life ever got so ill so quickly and they better figure it out before they give that to another person. The hot chocolate just tasted like hot water so I am not sure what they gave me.
Best time we ever had! Me and my husband thought it would be a little too advanced for our 2 1/2 year old but she jumped right in and started master building better than all of us! This was our first time so we didn’t really know what to expect but I do know that we will definitely be back!
Family had a great time playing and building at the Discovery Center! The only issues I can think of are the laser guns not all working on the Kingdom ride and slow service time in the cafe. Neither of these were enough to ruin the fun but could certainly be addressed.
My 6 year old had a blast. It could use some more variety in the Cafe. They have a Starbucks at the Cafe. I tried to order a Frappacino but didn't end up getting one due to the pump was being cleaned at the time. This was at about 2 in the afternoon & the establishment doesn't open until 10 a.m. Was there approximately 4 hours. Didn't see a Master Builder in the shop & 4D movie experience was not being shown at that time which was disappointing.
Overall thought.. meh. It is connected to a mall, smaller than I expected. Bottom floor was all statue "look at" stuff with a ride that the guns didn't work for us. The top floor was all interactive stuff with a ride. Nothing seemed unique. The building a car to race down a ramp was neat, but nothing seem to have much of a thought to it. It was all very standard in my opinion.
Awesome experience for my five year old. He loved the helicopter ride, and the water stream where he built a boat. The short movies are great and with amazing special effects. The staff is really friendly and the place is mostly clean, although you will find a piece of legos laying around in a random place. I enjoyed the mini cart ride, and the laser gun. The only part I didn’t expect was the LEGO store at the exit, the play sets are above average price! - Double check amazon for best deals - I still bought a few sets.
We visited with a 2 and 4 year old and they both had a fantastic time. They loved that they could build things and then race a car down the hill or build a boat and race down the water. The pirate area was great for the little ones. I suggest you get there at 10am on a weekend as it does get crowded.
There is are a lot of hands-on activities to participate in for younger kids. We took our 3 year old for a family fun day & he cannot stop talking about it! He loved the pirate ship & raising the flag. The rides were fun too. Of course the most fun was bringing home more Legos! We will be back!
The staff were super nice, informative and friendly! The outlay of the place was very spacious compared to the one in Kansas City, Missouri. This one has a place to purchase drinks and snacks which is great for those kids who are hungry and thirsty all the time. It would have been amazing if most of the equipment wasn’t broken. With the amount of money you pay per person you’d think they’d have things working. First, the ride that takes four people and yours supposed to save the princess by shooting bats, spiders, etc... well those carts didn’t have all working guns, actually missing guns. Second, the Merlin’s Apprentice ride had several seats that had signs on them saying the pedals did not work. Lastly, it was VERY disappointing that during the supposed 4D movie, none of the special effects worked except for the fake snow on less than a 1/3 of the right side of the theatre. I even asked the worker about this. All she could say was they didn’t have better equipment like Kansas City because their place is 10yrs old. I replied with that shouldn’t make a difference especially with the amount of people and money people pay for tickets. But who am I? I am someone who other mothers like to know my experiences that I share with my kids, so I would definitely recommend the Kansas City location rather than this one because why would anyone want to take a drive to this location when their kids could play and build legos at home if they don’t even get the experiences supposedly offered? We had such a great experience at the Kansas City location that I wanted to take them to this one. What a waste. But it’s good their staff are in high spirits and nice.
It is a fun place to take the kids. Although the staff seemed mildly discombobulated when we first entered, it didnt detract from the overall experience. My personal favorite was the cityscape showing Chicago. It is worth the time, but be prepared for the crowds as well. Buying tickets in advance online allows for quick entry. Definitely worth the trip.
The idea of it was awesome, we drove almost 4 hours to visit this attraction. Although it was great & everything would have been awesome it was packed to the brim, we would have stayed for hours had my 3&5 year old been able to move around. In the play area there were kids throwing blocks & because there were so many parents there you didn’t know who belonged to who there were no workers around to control the chaos. I thought by me buying tickets in advanced & picking my time to be there would have made it a much more hands on experience but appearently we there you buy your tickets in advanced or not you still get in. Definitely not worth it!
We drove 4 hours with 2, 5 year old boys to visit LEGO land discovery center. It was well worth the drive. The area is very nice, parking is free. The staff was very friendly. We ate lunch at the cafe it was affordable and the staff working it was patient and kind. We couldn’t find a table to eat at and a staff member came and found a table cleared it and made sure everyone had a seat. The kids loved it. There is so much to see touch and explore. I recommend this place and I will be going back.
After a childhood spent in hours upon hours (upon hours!) of Lego wonder - where we built an entire city sprawl of Star Wars, GI Joe + Transformers + Go-Bots + TM Ninja Turtles &c. (from dozens! of Lego sets) mish mashed with a sheriff's, the local FD, a forest ranger fire lookout - all sourced from television and cinema and imagination... I was a little disappointed at how lacklustre this Legoland proved to be. Yes, the sets were ok, well built, ...but they lacked any feeling. One, maybe two exhibits were 1/2 interesting, and the play area was great. But there was no magic.
The activity book is quite confusing for kids, and the stamps don't get stamped with the force of an 8 year old. The cinema has several destroyed seats, some with no seats at all. My kids would have liked 4 wheels already assembled. We give an 7 score out of 10.
I took four 12 year olds today so that's how my review will be based. The first part is more like a museum, very cool displays I was immediately impressed. Unfortunately after that it pretty much fell flat for my group. Everything else is geared toward young kids, very young -the movie, rides and stations. Again seems great for the little ones, just not for kids near 12, the top end of their targeted age range.A helpful tip is to go when it first opens, we did on a Tuesday and it was very comfortable, but when we left it was already getting extra crowded by 1130.
We paid about $45 for a family of 5 (our 2yr old was free and had coupons for the other 2 kids (5 and 6) to get in free). We spent about 5 hours there. We left for lunch and came back in with no problem. Although I'm really glad we went and there was stuff for everyone, I doubt we'd ever go back. You literally just build with piles of legos almost the whole time. The pieces aren't anything special. So, its hard to build anything cool. The 2 rides were fun (kind of scary) and the short film was REALLY fun for the kids.
I was confused at first when they welcomed us in, she said welcome to "mini" legoland... I don't believe it mentions it's a mini version anywhere. It is very small and to us it wasn't worth the 2 hour drive or cost to get in. Our 5 and 8 yr old got bored quickly because the only thing they really have for you to do is build. They can do that at home. We were hoping for a lot more. They do have one quick movie and a small ride.
I took my 2 girls here and it was as expected, kids running around getting there kid energy out... no problems there, great place for that. My 2 star review is based on safety issues. When my children were playing in the playground a big piece of plywood fell from about 15 feet up. There was a kid about 3 feet away from where it fell. If it would have hit him the child would have been SEVERLY hurt if not worse. I immediately informed the manager and took my kids out of there. Seriously a child could have died! I will never go back
This place was exactly what I thought it was going to be:expensive and crowded. We went on a Sunday afternoon. We were less then impressed by the pricing. I know that the pricing includes the 4-d movies and rides but it would be nice for them to add the option of not doing those and maybe paying a cheaper price. My 5 year old loved this place. He is obsessed with Legos and loved every bit that we were there. The place was clean and the employees working were very nice. It just might be better to try on a week day.
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