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From themed rides and LEGO brick building stations to musical fountains and roller coasters, LEGOLAND California has something to please all ages. Read on to learn from two experts which rides, attractions and dining options are best at LEGOLAND California for babies/toddlers, kids, teens and adults.

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Legoland California for All Ages from Babies to Adults

The Unauthorized Guide to LEGOLAND

I spent a day at LEGOLAND California with the woman who literally wrote the book on LEGOLAND. My daughter and I rode rides, explored play areas, and ate apple fries with the author of The Unauthorized Guide to LEGOLAND, Bridget A. Smith, and two of her three kids. It was like having our own personal tour guide to the park.

I know a lot about this theme park, too. As a former SoCal mom, I have been to LEGOLAND California many, many times. I was even a annual pass holder for a few years. I asked Bridget to share her thoughts on LEGOLAND California's best attractions and food. Here are some of her picks with a few of my family's favorites sprinkled in.

Welcome to LEGOLAND California! ~ Legoland California Tips for All Ages from Babies to Adults

Welcome to LEGOLAND California! (Photo credit: LEGOLAND)

Attraction that Makes You Fall in Love with LEGOLAND California

Water Works Magical Fountain (Explore Village: All Ages)

While Bridget and I watched our kids playing at the Water Works Magical Fountain, I said, “This is my favorite attraction at LEGOLAND.”

Bridget said, “Me too!” She bubbled, “This fountain is why I fell in love with LEGOLAND. I came here with the kids and we saw this fountain and I thought, Why haven’t we been here before? This place is awesome!

The Water Works Magical Fountain is made of musical instruments formed from LEGO bricks. Kids stomp on the circles in front of the drum, trumpet, harp, or other instrument and its musical sound chimes in. It’s just a joyful, unique experience.

LEGOLAND Water Works Magical Fountain

My daughter making music at the Water Works Magical Fountain (Photo credit: Colleen Lanin)

Best LEGOLAND California Attractions for Babies and Toddlers

DUPLO Playtown (Explore Village: All Ages)

This play area is filled with slides, pretend vehicles and buildings, and a crawl-through maze. This is a great place to relax a bit while the kiddies play.

LEGOLAND Express (Explore Village: All Ages)

This adorable train ride is tucked into a corner of DUPLO Playtown. Bridget recommends this train even for ride-phobic little ones. In her guidebook she says, “I love the mix of real California crops and LEGO brick produce. Make sure to point out the artichokes and fresh strawberries.”

LEGOLAND California DUPLO Playtown

My son exploring DUPLO Playtown (Photo credit: Colleen Lanin)

Best LEGOLAND California attractions for Preschoolers and Kindergartners

Volvo Junior Driving School (Fun Town: Kids Ages 3-5)

What kid doesn’t want to drive a miniature car around a track all by himself? To quote the Unauthorized Guide, “This ride is a great rite of passage. At the end of the ride your child will receive an official LEGOLAND driver’s license.” The Volvo Driving School is next door for kids ages 6-12.

The Royal Joust (Castle Hill: Kids Ages 4-12 & Height Restrictions)

This is a favorite of preschoolers and kindergartners. Kids straddle pretend horses that trot through a forest dotted with life-sized LEGO knights and other characters.

LEGOLAND California Royal Joust

Bridget's daughter aboard a Royal Joust horse (Photo courtesy of Bridget A. Smith)

Best LEGOLAND California Attractions for Grade School Kids

Build & Test (Imagination Zone: All Ages)

I never really understood the appeal of this attraction until I saw how much Bridget’s son, Jared, loved playing with LEGO bricks at this and other hands-on building stations. The guidebook advises, “At the main desk big kids check out a set of wheels with axles, then build vehicles with a wide assortment of big kid LEGO bricks. There are a number of tracks with timers, and the kids can race their vehicles to see who has the fastest car.”

The Hideaways (Castle Hill: All Ages)

Bridget and I had a grand ol’ time yapping away here while our kids zipped up, down, and through this play area. According to The Unauthorized Guide to LEGOLAND, “This is one of the best places to get a lot of energy out. Kids can climb, slide and wiggle through a variety of obstacles…Luckily the entrance to the Hideaways is also the exit so you can stake out a spot nearby and make sure you catch your little one before he or she can escape. Don’t plan to see your kids anytime soon however, this area is so engaging it may be a while before they are willing to leave.”

The Dragon (Castle Hill: Height Restrictions)

My family loves this roller coaster! It starts out with a mellow riding tour through a castle filled with humorous LEGO medieval scenes. Then, as the guidebook explains, “Suddenly the roller coaster takes hold and you find yourself outside in a roller coaster that has some zip to it.” I like that it’s fast enough to get your heart pumping a bit, but not so scary to deter brave young children. I also appreciate the details of the funny markers on the gravestones in the make-believe cemetery through which you will wind if the line is long. The Dragon just so happens to be the first and only roller coaster my in-laws have ever ridden!

The Dragon is mellow enough for first time coaster riders ~ Legoland California Tips for All Ages from Babies to Adults

The Dragon roller coaster is the first and only roller coaster my in-laws have ever ridden (Photo credit: Travel Mamas)

Best LEGOLAND Attractions for Teens and Adults

Knight’s Tournament (Castle Hill: Height Restrictions)

This is Bridget’s oldest son, Justin's all-time favorite ride. The guide says, “It is not for the faint-hearted. I have never seen anything like it at another park. Giant robotic arms like the one used in automotive assembly plants to weld on car doors spin you around and almost dip you into a slimy moat.” Riders can pick the intensity level of the ride.

Lost Kingdom Adventure (Land of Adventure: Height Restrictions)

This is one of my family’s favorite attractions at LEGOLAND California. It’s like a ride plus a carnival game all rolled into one during which you explore Egyptian ruins made of LEGO bricks. In The Unauthorized Guide Bridget says, “Blast targets with laser guns in order to recover stolen treasure…A computer records every shot, so at the end you can compare scores with your riding companions.”

LEGOLAND California's Land of Adventure ride is fun for the whole family ~ Legoland California Tips for All Ages from Babies to Adults

LEGOLAND California's Land of Adventure ride is fun for the whole family (Photo credit: LEGOLAND)

Attractions for the Whole Family at LEGOLAND California

Fairy Tale Brook (Explore Village – All Ages)

This is a ride all ages can enjoy it together. As described by Bridget’s guidebook, “Take a sweet boat ride through a LEGO world populated by many of your child’s favorite story book characters.” Bridget continues in The Unauthorized Guide to LEGOLAND, “This ride provides a quiet break and is good for small children.”

Miniland USA (All Ages)

Bridget says, “This signature attraction of LEGOLAND California is fun for the whole family. Miniland is a collection of American landmarks from seven different geographical regions of the United States constructed with more than 20 million LEGO bricks at a 1:20 scale.” Star Wars fans will especially get a kick out of LEGO STAR WARS Miniland.

LEGO STAR WARS Miniland is fun for LEGO fans and Star Wars fans alike ~ Legoland California Tips for All Ages from Babies to Adults

LEGO STAR WARS Miniland is fun for LEGO fans and Star Wars fans alike (Photo credit: LEGOLAND)

Tastiest LEGOLAND California Food

Granny Apple Fries (Castle Hill)

Bridget describes this unusual sweet treat as, “The fried Granny Apples are dusted with cinnamon and sugar. They are served with a vanilla cream dipping cream. Everyone in our family loves this treat.”

Fun Town Market Restaurant (Fun Town)

My husband always insists we eat at this made-to-order buffet-style restaurant for its outstanding Philly cheese steak sandwiches. You can find something to meet everyone’s needs here from oriental chicken stir fry, to an extensive soup and salad bar, plus kids’ meals. We save money (and room in our bellies!) by splitting a sandwich so we can indulge in Granny Apple Fries afterwards.

Granny's Apple Fries are a must during any visit to LEGOLAND California ~ LEGOLAND California Tips for All Ages from Babies to Adults

Granny's Apple Fries are a must during any visit to LEGOLAND California (Photo credit: Mary Solio, World Is A Book)

Best Way to Cool Off at LEGOLAND California

Pirate Shores (Various Age and Height Restrictions)

On a hot day, you will definitely want to bring swimsuits and towels for the kids and head over to Pirate Shores. This area encompasses several splashing attractions. Bridget explains, “This is one of the most fun areas at LEGOLAND and a great place for parents to take a break. There is only one entrance to the area, so you can keep an eye on the kids. Any kid who loves water play will want to stay there for hours.” Pirate Shores is included with a regular ticket to LEGOLAND California.

SEA LIFE Aquarium (All Ages)

With a LEGOLAND/SEA LIFE Hopper pass you can visit the adjoining SEA LIFE Aquarium during a visit to LEGOLAND California. This aquarium makes a cool addition to a day at LEGOLAND California, or you could come here on a separate day to explore. There are plenty of fish and marine life on display in educational, fun displays. Pop-up bubbles allow kids to get a feel for what it would be like to live under the sea.

SEA LIFE Aquarium is fun AND educational ~ Legoland California Tips for All Ages from Babies to Adults

SEA LIFE Aquarium is fun AND educational (Photo credit: SEA LIFE Aquarium)

LEGOLAND Water Park (All Ages)

Opened in 2010, the LEGOLAND Water Park is a wonderful place to cool off and have fun on a hot Southern California Day. Play with foam bricks while you float down Build-A-Raft River or take a spin on one of the water park's many waterslides. Splash Zoo is filled with DUPLO animal fountains for kids ages 1 to 3. You could easily spend your entire day at this water park.

LEGOLAND Water Park's Build-A-Raft River ~ Legoland California Tips for All Ages from Babies to Adults

LEGOLAND Water Park's Build-A-Raft River (Photo credit: LEGOLAND)

Where to Stay Near Legoland California

If LEGOLAND California and other Carlsbad attractions will be the primary focus of your vacation, I recommend the following hotels.

West Inn & Suites ~ This affordable hotel is one of my favorites in Southern California. Families AND pets are given a warm welcome here. A free shuttle takes guests to LEGOLAND California, the Carlsbad Flower Fields, the beach and anywhere else within a five-mile radius of the hotel. There’s also a complimentary full breakfast every morning, a selection of board games to borrow, a microwave and refrigerator in every room, and complimentary WiFi. Read my full review.

LEGOLAND Hotel ~ For true LEGO lovers, nothing could top a stay at this thoroughly themed hotel. It's all about the kids here. The easy access to LEGOLAND California, LEGOLAND Water Park, and SEA LIFE Aquarium make this hotel a great pick for families with kids who still nap. Read my review and watch a video of the LEGOLAND disco elevator!

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Pirate-themed room at the LEGOLAND Hotel ~ Legoland California Tips for All Ages from Babies to Adults

Pirate-themed room at the LEGOLAND Hotel (Photo credit: LEGOLAND)

More Tips for Your LEGOLAND California Visit

To learn more, read my tips for visiting the LEGOLAND Water Park. You may also want check out my Guide to Carlsbad, California. If you want in-depth LEGOLAND California tips and tricks, I suggest buying your own copy of The Unauthorized Guide to LEGOLAND

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Do you have any tips or questions about LEGOLAND California? Let us know in the comments below!

A Note from the Travel Mama: I received a PDF version of The Unauthorized Guide to LEGOLAND from Bridget A. Smith for the purpose of this blog post. This story originally went live in 2010 and was updated with new information and photos in 2017.

About Colleen Lanin, The Travel Mama

Colleen Lanin, MBA, is the founder and editor-in-chief of the popular travel blog, She is an expert in travel with kids and without. As the author of the book, "The Travel Mamas' Guide," she teaches parents how to make the most of traveling with babies and children. Colleen loves sharing tips on hotels, cruises, spas, theme parks, and global lifestyle topics. When she is not traveling the world, she lives in Arizona with her husband and two kids.

  1. Thank you for this post. I’m planning a trip to Legoland by myself with 3 kids, ages 8, 5 and 3. Is it doable? I’m worried that there are rides which will not allow us to be together.

    • Colleen Lanin, The Travel Mama says

      Hi Ellie – It is totally doable but you are right that there are rides that you won’t be able to enjoy together. There are lots of rides at Legoland that are for children only (no grown-ups), with specific height/age requirements. For example, you would need to queue up twice for Volvo Driving School where your little one can ride the one for ages 3-5, your oldest can ride the one for ages 4-12 and your middle child could ride both…and you watching from the sideline. A lot of Legoland is about watching your children have fun, more than necessarily riding with them. There are some things you can enjoy together, though, like The Hideaways, Fairy Tale Brook, Miniland USA, and Sea Life Aquarium. You all can probably ride the Lost Kingdom Adventure together, too, since the height requirement is just 30 inches. You might want to buy “The Unauthorized Guide to Legoland” to help plan out your day. Have a great time at Legoland!

  2. Frank Hall says

    Wow, so many adventures for kids of all ages! As for me, I think my son will like the Sea Life aquarium most especially in summer days.

    • Colleen Lanin, The Travel Mama says

      Frank – They’ve got a really cute little slide in part of the aquarium that just thrills little ones. (It’s the simple things!) Enjoy your trip to LEGOLAND California!

  3. Wow. This is the best place for a family vacation. I love to visit it one in life.

    • Colleen Lanin, The Travel Mama says

      I hope you can visit a LEGOLAND one day, Sapana! They also have parks in Denmark (the original), Dubai, Japan, and Orlando, Florida.

  4. This is a great getaway for the kids and the parents. Looks like great fun!

    • Colleen Lanin, The Travel Mama says

      LEGOLAND really does have something for all ages, if you know which attractions to choose for everyone!

  5. Agness of eTramping says

    This place is definitely great for all ages! I hope I get to go there soon and enjoy the adventures!

  6. It looks like a ton of fun! I’m hopefully gonna go soon!

  7. How fun! I’m creating two Lego themed birthday parties: Lego Star Wars and Lego Ninjago. How awesome would it be for us to see Legoland up close and personal! Bet my creative juices would get flowing for sure!

  8. Theme parks are best suited to family trips, and peer trips. LEGOLAND is just one of the best that I have ever visited so far together with my kids. We stayed there till our hearts contents. Actually, we never get contented. As we try every ride we keep wanting more.

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    I would love to take my older kids to the Lost Kingdom Adventure and my younger kids to the fairy tale land.

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  16. At this very minute, I am most excited about Granny Apple Fries (Castle Hill) because I am reallllly hungry and these sound AWESOME!

  17. Pirate Shores! My daughter loves water attractions! This is an amazing chance! Thanks!

  18. My daughter would love the Lost Kingdom Adventure. Looks like fun.

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    My favorite attraction would be the aquarium- if you have seen my blog- I am always talking about how much I wanted to be a marine biologist and love spending days at aquariums to this day!!

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  28. My kids would love the Aquarium! I think the pop out bubbles would be a lot of fun little ones to explore underwater sea life!!

  29. I´ve never been to LEGOLAND, but I think it would be nice to start with the “Lost Kingdom Adventure”…

  30. I would love to see Miniland. It would be very impressive to see all the buildings built in Legos. I would love to win this as we are planning a trip to Disney soon and it would be perfect to see Legoland as well!

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    My 5 year old is excited to play and build with all the Legos and my 16 month old will love the water play area! I like the rollercoasters! 😉

  36. Genevieve Koesling says

    We would love to revisit the Sea Life aquarium. A great place to go in the summer on a hot day.

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    I’d like to experience the Royal Joust because it looks like so much fun.

  40. I would love to do the Water World with my kids. My little girl is almost 2 and I think she would love it. I have so much fun watching her enjoy new things that make her smile.

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  43. We would love to see the SEA LIFE Aquarium! We have been to Legoland, but not the aquarium and my boys love to go places to see sea life!

  44. The lost kingdom adventure looks awesome, my daughter loves history and Egypt she would love this!

  45. Andrea Fellman says

    Miniland USA – We loved this!! My son especially loved it we could not get him away from all the mini cities. My favorite was San Fransisco with the Trolleys and China Town. All the models were fascinating:)

  46. Sara Smith says

    My kids would want to spend the entire day at Pirate Shores. If you have ever played in our backyard, you will know that my 2 year old is passionate about water play. He knows how to turn on the hose and there is no stopping him sometimes!

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  49. Making Music at the water works magical fountain would be a HUGE hit for my daughter!!!!

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  53. I would love to take my daughter to the Volvo Junior Driving School! I know she would love it, she wants to “drive” a car and this would be just her size!!!

  54. I think my daughter would love the royal joust. She loves anything fairy taley

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  56. I would love to go on the dragon roller coaster because I think it would be perfect for my family!

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  61. My six year old son is obsessed with LEGO. I think he would love to see Miniland and all the things that have been built with LEGOS.

  62. I would like to go to fun town market and try the philly cheese steak sandwiches you mentioned, you talked me into it, they sound good!

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  66. Jessica New says

    My family of 2 Parents & 4 Kids would LOVE to win a trip to LEGOLAND! None of us have ever been. I’m sure each of us will like something different. The toddler: DUPLO Playtown. The Preteen: Lost Kingdom Adventure. The teens: Kings Tournament Roller Coaster. Me: The Water Works Magical Fountain. My husband: Miniland USA.
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  69. Christina says

    I’ve always wanted to explore Pirate Shores with the kids but every time we have gone, it has been too cold! My kids are water babies and drool each time we pass that area of Legoland!

  70. Rosemary Bush says

    My boys dream in Legos, so while they will love all of the rides, I think they will most enjoy the areas such as Miniland USA, where they can see real things brought to life with Legos.

  71. Melissa M. says

    I think my kids would love to go on The Royal Joust. How fun!

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  73. Amy Anderson says

    I have to say I’m pretty excited about those Granny Apple Fries because I LOVE to eat, but I know my daughter would LOVE to try the Royal Joust horse ride. She’s obsessed with horses right now and would probably ride that ride all day long! The Duplo Playtown would be a big hit too since my daughter is a preschooler.

  74. Water work magical fountain looks like it would be a huge hit with my daughter. She love to play in these kind of water parks. Hope I win so we can find out.
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  77. Would definitely take my son to Build and Test, I think he’s finally old enough!

  78. I want to go on the Lost Kingdom Adventure!

  79. Mocha Dad says

    We are planning a trip to San Diego in August. We would like to go to Legoland and visit DUPLO Playtown to keep our 2 year old busy.

  80. My son would LOVE the Volvo Jr. Driving School, he is totally into cars and (pretend) driving, this is right up his alley. I would LOVE to win, our family definitely needs a vacation.

  81. I’d like to go on that car ride, because I love rides where the adults can go with the kids…the kids like it too!

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  84. Michellene says

    I would love to visit the Sea life aquarium. I have never been to lego land and now that I have a daughter it would be that much more enjoyable to go!

  85. Crystelle says

    Oh, I am so excited! I have wanted to go to Legoland Denmark since I was a kid! I hope they will still let me on the rides. Maybe if I am accompanied by one of my kids!
    I would definitely like the water rides and boats the best. You always see those in all the pictures. Hope it’s a hot day so you can use those to cool off….

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  87. April Vereb says

    I think my kids would really love The Royal Joust the most, getting to ride through and look at LIFE-SIZED Lego characters!! That would be soooo cool!!

    Thanks for the great giveaway! 🙂

  88. I would love to see it all. Especially the sea life aquarium! 🙂

  89. I want to win tickets to LEGOLAND on because my fanily would have a blast in the sea life aquarium. My two kids are fascinated by sea creatures… no wonder… their daddy was a diver for the navy and their mommy scubadives as a hobby 🙂

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    I think my family would like the Legoland Mini Land Cruise Ride the best because it’s nice to have a calm attraction to break up the day at a theme park!

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  91. Suzanne Denys says

    My kids and I think this sounds awesome: Lost Kingdom Adventure. They are crazy about Legos and Egypt. Its the perfect place!

  92. Luana Romero says

    This would be a great 1st family vacation for our family! We have 2 and 3 year old and have been waiting to take them somewhere where we can all enjoy ourselves. The kids would love making music with The Water Works Magical Fountain. I have a feeling we would be spending alot of time here. Thank you Travel Mamas for blogging on this great park!

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    Teenager rides – We will be in the area at Christmas and this would make a great present for my boys.

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  99. Carla Pullum says

    The Dragon! Rollercoaster my daughter would love to experience it!!!!

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    My son would love Miniland USA

  102. Melissa Martinez says

    I want to go to lego land for the Roller coasters and duplo playtown for my toddler!! My husband is a HUGE lego fan and we’ve never been. I think it would make for great family memories =D

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    Oh! The Junior Driving school would be so fun to watch my sister enjoy. I love doing family trips specifically for the kids, and ending up having fun myself!

  107. Lisa Woods says

    I would want to go to the Sea Life Aquarium because it is so cool to see up close.

  108. Kristen M. says

    My family has been to Legoland once (last summer). We missed the Magical Fountain (perhaps a guidebook would have been helpful!). My kids loved the Volvo driving school. They felt so independent. 🙂 If we return, I want to take them on The Dragon. I know they would love it.

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  111. I want to win tickets to LEGOLAND on because- my son has been talking about it non-stop since subscribing to LEGO Magazine. I had no idea how much stuff there is to do at LEGOLAND! I think it would not only be a fun experience, but a learning one too!

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  113. My son would love the Build & Test- as would I to see how much fun he is having;}
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  114. The Pirate Shores sounds amazing! Nothing better to cool off than letting the kids go nuts in a water park for a while.

  115. My kids would like to try the Build & Test. They love building legos and would have a great time there.

  116. Monique Rizzo says

    My daughter would love the Knight’s Tournement.
    Thanks for the chance.

  117. @dublrs says

    You know, I would like to see all of it. I have never been there before and the whole idea just fascinates me!! Just imagine your kids building all of those things! I know my son has always wanted to work there because he LOVES Legos so much! This would really be a dream come true for our family! Thanks for the opportunity!! ♥

  118. Shelley Mitchell says

    My kids would love the sea life aquarium.

  119. We would have fun on the The Hideaways.

  120. Donna L says

    The Knight’s Tournament looks like fun.

  121. I have not been to the SeaLife Aquarium yet. I am looking forward to visit it.

  122. My family is planning a trip to legoland this summer and are really looking forward to it! My husband and oldest will probably like the knight’s tournament and other rides like it best. My four year old is not daring at all but does really like autopia at disneyland so I’m assuming she will love the junior driving school. As for me, I like the whole atmosphere of theme parks. Seeing your kids having a blast and exploring new places is the best of all!

  123. Bebemiqui says

    Both of my kids would enjoy the Hideaway because they are voracious explorers!
    I love Legos!

  124. Julie Sudderth says

    Just realied I needed to add my tweet from yesterday! (I follow you @jmsudderth)

    Great contest from @TravelMamas Win a 4-pack of @LEGOLAND_CA park hopper passes on @TravelMamas

    Thanks again!!!! Legos rule! Travel Mamas rule!

  125. I have been to legoland but not the aquarium and i would love to see that!

  126. Allison says

    I’m having a hard time choosing what I’m most excited about. I went before kids and had a great time and so I’m just really excited to take my 5 yr old (and infant) and see her face. The added bonus is that is looks like I’ll be going with my best friend who’s son is my daugther’s age. Even though we both live out of state it looks like we are going to be timed right to share the experience together which it so great.

    If I really have to choose I’m most excited about I think it’s be the Sea Life (if that counts). It sounds so cool and to have that along with the Lego experience – the kids’ heads will be spinning!

  127. Melissa says

    My son is obsessed with legos!!! I will love to take him, but with a new baby and moving expenses it will have to wait. But I am sure he is by far the biggest lego fan ever!!!
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway have my fingers crossed!!!

  128. My son would love the Knight’s tournament ride. He is into everything involving castles, knights, and dragons.

  129. I’m on your email list.

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  130. I follow you on Twitter as @katygmorris and just Tweeted about this giveaway here: httpss://

    Thanks!!! 🙂

  131. I think MiniLand USA looks amazing. I can’t believe that that capitol building is really built using Legos!!! I agree that it’s an attraction the entire family would love!

    Thanks for the great giveaway!!! 🙂

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  134. Build & Test (Imagination Zone: All Ages) so I get to play too!

  135. Stephanie V. says

    I want to win tickets to LEGOLAND on because we have never been and it looks like a great place for the whole family of all ages! – posted this on your facebook wall
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  136. Stephanie V. says

    already a happy newsletter subscriber
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  137. Stephanie V. says

    LEGOLAND Express is one place I’d love to visit with my 2 yr old. He is a bit train phobic and this sounds like just the perfect spot to take on his fears!
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

  138. I also just signed up for the newsletter.
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  139. Ah – just realized I need a separate comment for each bonus entry.

    Here’s the link to my tweet:

  140. And my comment from Facebook:

    “I want to win tickets to LEGOLAND on because the only thing more fun than watching my kids create with Lego is creating with them. Lego is a family-wide source of entertainment!”

  141. Awesome! We’ve been wanting to take the kids to Legoland so badly!

    I think I’d be most looking forward to the jousting ride (our kids love Lego horses, and I think they’d enjoy the idea of riding “through a forest dotted with life-sized LEGO knights and other characters.” FUN!

    I also think they would like the Build and Test attraction. After being around so much Lego Awesomeness, my guess is that they would be hugely inspired and itching to build something. I love the idea that they can test out their creations on race tracks right there.

    I’ve also tweeted the contest (and followed) here:

    Heading on over to Facebook now … 🙂

  142. Jo Smith says

    I want to visit Legoland because my 11 yr. old son loves legos and has created some wonderful vehicles and fortresses over the years.

  143. Julie Sudderth says

    The Imagination Zone is feature that caught my eye. We have an 8 year old son who lives, breathes and eats (he really would if he could) Legos. He’s constantly dreaming up new cars, space ships and forts and we’ve been trying to get him into the Lego robotics group. Honestly, if we win the tickets, I’m not sure we could drag him away. THANK YOU for hosting this!!! Very exciting!

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