I have a 9-year-old son who is addicted to Lego. And I mean seriously addicted!
This is out 3rd Legoland. We have “done” San Diego and Florida in the USA and now we are in England and here we go again.
Being ” home-schoolers “, we went on a home-school day and with advance purchase tickets (you call and book) the rate is fabulous.
Next up was some spinning logs. It was a Spider Web Ride and he got to spin us as fast as he could. Then we had a great time on the Dragon – it is a roller coaster, and it has a great display room first, and then it goes crazy after that – just perfect for a 9-year-old.
There was a smaller train that rides humps, and our friend wanted to go on that. Explorason decided it was too baby, but he was kind enough to go on it anyway.
Legoland has a great range of Lego displays, and this includes the Egypt display that is at the entrance of the Laser shooting ride.
So we jump on that next. I ride alone. I’m not a flavor of the day today, but I like to see him having fun.
I can’t remember all the names, but this is a great lurching ride. In Florida, I do recall him going on it about a dozen times. Interesting what a few months can do. This time once was enough.
With more Lego displays, it was a load of fun to sit and play and see him so happy.
Dino Safari was the next one and again a bit baby for him, but he went anyway.
As we went around the World of Lego, we were impressed to see Belgium and London – two places we head too soon. We actually found the places we wanted to go visit – perfect! By now our feet were really tired.
So we had lunch and then saw a 4D movie, and then went to build some Lego Hero Factory.
We watched another 4D movie and went on a few more rides. By mid-afternoon, the less adventurous rides were clearing out and the parents and caregivers were taking the little ones home. So now was time for the water ride. We threw on our jackets and waited for the sprays and splashes.
With wet bottoms, we waddled our way around Legoland. The breeze was kicking in, the clouds were rolling in, and it was time to go and find a good Indian curry for dinner, a nice cold drink, and a sit-down.
What a great day.
Thanks, Legoland – we really had a great time!
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- What fascinates you about England?
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