Reviewed by: Hdawg, USA, January 2016
I'm a lego enthusiast so a five star review may seem like a given, but that aside, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Lots of building stations with lego pieces for the kids to play with and Miniland USA with loads of hidden easter eggs to find.
Reviewed by: Faye H, September 2014
As always it is a pleasure to book through Viator. Legoland was great for the small children that were in our group and it was not a fast paced park, so the adults were able to relax as well. The Hotel resort is great, the themed rooms, buffett meals, entertainment for the children and an added bonus, the entertainment in the lift! We went for a joy ride many times just for the fun experience.
Reviewed by: Patricia H, January 2014
We really enjoyed our day at LEGOLAND. HOWEVER the initial tour we booked (LEGOLAND including transport from San Diego) was cancelled at short notice due to insufficient numbers. We did then however rebook just entry tickets and made out own way there. The Viator staff were very helpful is changing tickets and refunding money. NOTE: Actually getting to LEGOLAND from San Diego is a mission from San Diego via public transport so start early to make the most of the day. There is no direct transport from Carlsbad Poinsettia to LEGOLAND and this is highly disappointing. LEGOLAND and MTS should get their act together.
Reviewed by: joe d, January 2014
Reviewed by: Justin W, Australia, April 2013
Great place, aimed more for smaller kids. the look and feel is great, so much to see and do.
Reviewed by: triotravellers, October 2012
If you have children who love LEGO, you MUST visit LEGOLAND. My husb and i took our 10yr old son and we visited twice. You cannot see all this park in one day as it is huge. We did the Lego park on the first day and then the Aquarium and the Waterpark on the second. The Aquarium is easily done in a couple of hours but the waterpark is also huge and once you're children are inside, they won't want to come out. Loved everything about this park. It is a long drive out of Anaheim but well worth it.
Reviewed by: Skootre, USA, December 2011
If you're between the ages of 4 and 8, this place is heaven. The rides are - mostly - tame and targeted at kids, and there's plenty of Lego building blocks and models to keep you entertained.
We didn't have time to go to the aquarium or water park, but they look cool, especially if the weather was hot.
We saw some people in Legoland itself without kids, which was a head-scratcher. There's not much for adults here, it's really all about the kids.
It's also heavy on the marketing tie-ins. I dare you to leave Legoland without buying at least one Lego kit. It's impossible. Luckily your kids will have plenty to chose from and will be very happy that Legoland has a great collection of cool and hard-to-find Lego kits.