As I mentioned in my previous post, we just returned from our spring break trip to San Diego.
Legoland was the focus, as Bam Bam is at the prime age for visiting the park. He is a lego fanatic and visiting Legoland is like a dream come true for a kid who spends several hours a day building with his legos.
We purchased the two day hopper pass through the Legoland site, and were very happy with this decision. There is just too much to take in for a one day visit.
In addition to the main park, they have a full water park attached to Fun Town in the upper left section of the park. We highly recommend doing this at the end of the day, so that you can go straight to your car after getting wet at the slides.
With the two day pass, we were able to visit the main park and the water park on Tuesday, then on Thursday, we went back to cover the rides and attractions that we were unable to visit on Tuesday.
There are many spots around the park to just play with legos, which Bam Bam relished. He especially enjoyed the test and drive attraction where you build a car lego and race against other kid’s cars. Really, really fun attraction where we spent at least an hour of building and testing.
My daughters, ages 11 and 9, were able to participate in a mindstorm class where you learn to program a lego robot to complete several simple tasks. Very cool.
We also loved the miniland where there are lego replicas of many major cities. You’ll see some of these cities in the photos below.
Loved our visit to Legoland!!! If you have a little one that loves legos, this is a must visit. 🙂
Wow, incredible pictures. Amazing that that is all out of Legos. I’m so glad you all had a great time. I’d love to go next time.
Renee C. says
Oh wow!! Those photos are incredible. I just cannot begin to imagine what it must be like there. Going to Legoland is on our “must-see” bucket list for sure. They kids would just go crazy there! Glad you had a nice holiday. Welcome back! 🙂
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