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LEGOLAND California Theme Park (Eh): The Ultimate Guide

Last Updated on November 29, 2021

LEGOLAND California is great in theory. Most kids under twelve are LEGO crazed. Boys love Ninjago as much as I love hard seltzer. Even adults are impressed when nerds adults build elaborate LEGO structures. A theme park centered around LEGOs should be a home run, but that just isn’t the reality.

LEGOLAND ticket prices are steep for the quality of the product. Property updates to this park, in addition to LEGOLAND Water Park and SEA LIFE Aquarium, are overdue. LEGOLAND customer service training is presumably lacking. If you have a teenager, leave he or she at home.

I had high hopes for LEGOLAND California Resort, which was where I went wrong. My young kids loved it, but this is no Disney. Set your expectations to an appropriate level before you visit.

What Should You Consider When Planning a Trip to LEGOLAND California?

1. Ways to Save on LEGOLAND California Tickets

2. Reserve ‘N Ride LEGOLAND California

3. LEGOLAND California VIP Experiences

4. LEGOLAND California Resort Rides and Attractions

5. LEGOLAND California Dining

6. Tips to Plan Your Day at LEGOLAND California

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1. Ways to Save on Tickets to LEGOLAND California

LEGOLAND discount tickets are not hard to find. Do not pay full price. You will almost always get a cheaper ticket if you purchase it online before you arrive. Keep in mind the tickets are not refundable.

You do not need to print your tickets. Scan them from your phone.

A. LEGOLAND California Resort Discounts Through Direct Purchase

As of the time of this writing, ticket options directly through LEGOLAND are:

Tickets to LEGOLAND California Only

Single day tickets to the LEGOLAND theme park start at $89.99 per day. Children under age 3 are free. Select a date to get the most accurate pricing. You can add a second day for as little as $15 per person. You can do the park in one day, but for $15, you might as well come back, right?

1-Day Theme Park + Aquarium

1-Day Theme Park + Aquarium gets you into SEA LIFE Aquarium and LEGOLAND California. The price starts at $99.99 per person. You can add a second day for as little as $15 per person.

You can visit both attractions in the same day or bring your ticket back within nine days to visit the other attraction. If you come back another day, you need to visit Guest Services (and probably argue with them). LEGOLAND California Resort customer service gets two thumbs down.

SEA LIFE Aquarium Entrance

LEGOLAND California Hotel + Tickets

A LEGOLAND California hotel stay comes with 2nd day free LEGOLAND California Resort Hopper tickets. The hopper ticket gets you into LEGOLAND California, SEA LIFE Aquarium, and LEGOLAND Water Park.

LEGOLAND California Resort packages are pricey, but come with some perks that may make the stay worth it for you. If nothing else, your blood pressure will go up a few points which makes for some excitement.

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LEGOLAND Annual Passes

There are several annual pass options. As of the time of this writing, they are:

Silver Pass

The LEGOLAND Silver Pass starts at $109.99 per person and includes:

1. LEGOLAND Admission

2. LEGOLAND Resort Hotel Discounts

3. 25% Off LEGOLAND Reserve ‘N Ride

Gold Annual Pass

The LEGOLAND Gold Pass starts at $149.99 per person and includes:

1. Admission to LEGOLAND California, LEGOLAND Water Park and SEA LIFE Aquarium (Blackout dates apply)

2. LEGOLAND Resort Hotel Discounts

3. 25% Off Reserve ‘N Ride

4. Free Parking

5. 15% Off LEGOLAND Dining

6. 10% Retail Discount

Platinum Annual Pass

The Platinum Annual Pass starts at $179.99 per person and includes:

1. Admission to LEGOLAND California, LEGOLAND Water Park and SEA LIFE Aquarium (Blackout dates apply)

2. LEGOLAND Resort Hotel Discounts

3. 25% Off Reserve ‘N Ride

4. Free Parking

5. 20% Off Dining

6. 10% Retail Discount

7. One Free 1-Day LEGOLAND + SEA LIFE Hopper Ticket

Elite Annual Pass

The Elite Annual Pass starts at $229.99 per person and includes:

1. Admission to LEGOLAND California, LEGOLAND Water Park and SEA LIFE Aquarium (No blackout dates)

2. LEGOLAND Resort Hotel Discounts

3. 25% Off Reserve ‘N Ride

4. Free Parking

5. 25% Off Dining

6. 10% Retail Discount

7. Two Free 1-Day LEGOLAND + SEA LIFE Hopper Ticket

8. Brick-or-Treat Party Nights Entry

9. Early Rider Access

10. Free Annual Digital Photo Pass

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LEGOLAND California Resort Military Discounts

LEGOLAND California has discounts for active duty and retired military personnel. As of the time of this writing, available LEGOLAND military discounts are:

1. Hotels Up To 25% Off (Starts at $145 per night)

2. LEGOLAND California 3-Day Resort Hopper Tickets at 50% Off Plus 2 Days Free (Starts at $84.99)

3. 2-Day SEA LIFE Hopper at 30% Off Plus 2nd Day Free (Starts at $79.99)

4. 1-Day LEGOLAND Only at 25% Off (Starts at $69.99)

5. Gold Pass Up to 30% Off (Starts at $145)

6. Platinum Pass Up to 35% Off (Starts at $182)

LEGOLAND for Teachers

California classroom teachers get in free during certain times of the year. As of the time of this writing, friends and family get in for $52 and can upgrade to include the SEA LIFE Aquarium for $5.

B. LEGOLAND California Third Party Vendors

Packages that include LEGOLAND California theme park tickets and LEGOLAND California Resort Water Park tickets with LEGOLAND SEA LIFE Aquarium admission are sold on sites like CityPASSGO San Diego, and Undercover Tourist. These deals on LEGOLAND California Resort tickets may work better for your family if you are visiting other attractions.

LEGOLAND Groupon

You can sometimes find LEGOLAND California Resort deals on Groupon. They are not available year round, but you can get LEGOLAND tickets at a substantial discount when they are.

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2. LEGOLAND California Reserve ‘N Ride

Reserve ‘N Ride is the LEGOLAND California’s front of the line pass. It is similar to Disney World’s FastPassSeaWorld San Diego’s Quick Queue, and Disneyland’s MaxPass.

Reserve ‘N Ride allows you to get in a virtual line for a ride on the LEGOLAND California Resort app. You don’t go to the ride until it is your turn, so you can do other things while you wait. Prices vary by the day.

Is it worth it? That is a judgment call, but I think it is. LEGOLAND California is not winning any awards for efficiency, so if you are only there once, you might want to bite the bullet. Check Is It Packed for crowd calendar predictions to decide if this added expense is worth it for you.

At a minimum, if you pass on Reserve ‘N Ride, familiarize yourself with the longest wait times and make a touring plan. The app will give you current LEGOLAND queue times.

LEGOLAND California Reserve ‘N Ride Options

As of the time of this writing, the options are:

Express

Wait times reduced: 25%

Price: Starts at $35 per person

Deluxe

Wait times reduced: 50%

Price: Starts at $55 per person

Ultimate

Wait times reduced: 95%

Price: Starts at $100 per person

Which Option Is Best?

In my opinion, the Express pass does the job. I would never pay $100 per person for Reserve ‘N Ride.

3. LEGOLAND California VIP Experiences

We didn’t do a LEGOLAND VIP Experience. I seriously question how this could be worth the price when you can purchase Reserve ‘N Ride for a whole lot less. If you want to try one, the park offers two LEGOLAND VIP tours as of the time of this writing:

Ultimate VIP Experience

The Ultimate LEGOLAND VIP Experience cost starts at $545 per person and includes:

1. Admission to LEGOLAND and SEA LIFE Aquarium

2. VIP Escort

3. Behind the Scenes Experience

4. Priority Access LEGOLAND Attractions, Rides, and Shows

Then, there are some perks that fall squarely within the “we need to make it look like we offer a lot for this exorbitant price” column:

5. “Interesting and Unknown Park and LEGO Model Facts” (In case you haven’t heard of the internet)

6. Valet Parking at LEGOLAND Hotel California (Not that long of a walk)

7. Minifigure for Trading (Not made of gold)

8. Lunch and Refreshments (Sans alcohol)

9. LEGOLAND Gift (Going to be cheap)

SEA LIFE Aquarium

Buddy VIP Experience

You cannot reserve the Buddy LEGOLAND VIP package ahead of time. Prices are noticeably absent from the LEGOLAND website. If you are able to snag this experience upon arrival, it includes:

1. VIP Escort

2. Priority Access to LEGOLAND Rides and Attractions

3. “Interesting and Unknown Park and LEGO Model Facts”

4. Minifigure for Trading

5. Lunch at Pizza and Pasta Buffet

4. Rides and Attractions by LEGOLAND Zones

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The park is broken up into several sections which can be found on the LEGOLAND California Resort map.

LEGO Ninjago World

LEGO Ninjago World is a cute, well themed area, that feels very different from the rest of the park. There are some small areas in which kids can play, but this small section only has one ride. You can meet a LEGOLAND California Ninjago character throughout the day in this area.

Ride

LEGO Ninjago the Ride

LEGO Ninjago the Ride is a shooting game sans gun. You wear something on your hand and point it in the direction in which you want to shoot. I had a hard time understanding how to use it, and I haven’t had braces in a long time. Putting that aside, it is definitely one of the best rides at the park.

Height Requirement: None, but guests under 48″ must be accompanied by someone age 14 and up that is at least 48″

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

Imagination Zone

Imagination Zone is a large area with play areas and LEGOLAND Resort restaurants. The theming isn’t that exciting, but it has good options for young children. You can meet LEGO officers and a star of The LEGO Movie in this section.

Rides

Aquazone Wave Racer

Aquazone Wave Racer is a ride where you stand on a wave runner type car and spin around in a circle while being sprayed with water. The ride moves quite fast considering the age limits.

Height Requirement: 42″ and at least four years old to ride with someone else, 48″ and at least six years old to ride alone

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

Bionicle Blaster

Bionicle Blaster is basically tea cups meets storm force. Your kids spin while you apply force to slow them down. Man, they really need to grease this thing, kids.

Height Requirement: 42″ and at least four years old to ride with someone age 14 and older who is at least 48″, 48″ and at least six years old to ride alone

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: No

LEGO Technic Coaster

LEGO Technic Coaster is a simple roller coaster with some easy twists and turns. Most kids will be able to handle this ride. It’s not exactly the Incredicoaster.

Height Requirement: 42″ and at least four years old to ride with someone at least 14 years of age who is 48″, 48″ and at least six years old to ride alone

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

Attractions

LEGO City 4D – Officer in Pursuit

LEGO City 4D – Officer in Pursuit is a 4-D movie with water, wind, and bubble effects. I have yet to follow the plot of a single LEGO short, but it is sure to entertain your children for the 12 minute show. Air conditioning goes a long way to improve your day as well, so try to space out the movies and visit during the hottest parts of the day.

LEGO Ninjago – Master of the 4th Dimension

LEGO Ninjago – Master of the 4th Dimension is another loud, 4-D movie in air conditioning with special effects. This movie was much easier to follow than the others if you actually care about the plot (don’t bother).

The LEGO Movie 4D A New Adventure

The LEGO Movie 4D A New Adventure is yet another LEGOLAND 4D movie. The characters are from The LEGO Movie. Kids will love it.

The LEGO Movie 2 Experience

The LEGO Movie 2 Experience is a walk through attraction where you can view LEGO models featured in the movie.

Pirate Ship

Land of Adventure

Land of Adventure has an explorer, Indiana Jones vibe. It contains some of the better rides and attractions at the park.

Rides

Beetle Bounce

Beetle Bounce is a small ride that bounces children up and down on a bench 15 feet in the air. A similar ride can be found at other theme parks. It is always a hit.

Height Requirement: 36″ with a maximum of 55″

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: No

Cargo Ace

Cargo Ace is a child’s ride with airplanes that fly in a circle. Your local carnival likely also has this ride.

Height Requirement: None, but the child must be able to stand. Children under 36″ must be accompanied by someone age 14 and older who is at least 36″ tall.

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: No

Dune Raiders

Dune Raiders is a set of large adjoining slides, often found at a county fair. It is only available after 12:00 p.m.

Height Requirement: 36″

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: No

Lost Kingdom Adventure

Lost Kingdom Adventure is one of the best LEGOLAND rides at the park. It is another shooting ride, this time with actual guns, where you take out things like skeletons and mummies.

Height Requirement: 30″ to ride with someone age 14 and up and over 48″, 48″ to ride alone

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

Attraction

Pharaoh’s Revenge

Pharaoh’s Revenge is a play area where your child can shoot balls. It opens at 12:00 p.m. Every time we walked by it looked like the last thirty minutes of Can’t Hardly Wait.

Height Requirement: None, but children under age 5 must be accompanied by an adult (which was going to happen anyway if you want your child to leave unscathed)

Castle Hill

Castle Hill is like a visit to Medieval Times, except it has forks.

Rides

Knights’ Tournament

No, no, no, no, no, no, no. No. Knights’ Tournament is a Gravitron on crack. A robot arm flips you around. It claims you can choose your level of intensity, but I assume all speeds have the word “vomit” somewhere in the name. To me, this ride seems out of place at LEGOLAND, because I don’t know many small children who would ride.

Height Requirement: 40″ with someone age 14 and over who is at least 55″, 55″ to ride alone. The maximum is 6’4″ and 220 pounds.

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

LEGO City: Deep Sea Adventure

LEGO City: Deep Sea Adventure is a submarine ride. You see real sea creatures and search for LEGO figurines.

Height Requirement: None, but children under 52″ must be accompanied by someone 14 and over who is at least 52″

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

Royal Joust

LEGOLAND California Joust

Royal Joust is a slow moving ride where small children ride a (fake) horse around a track through a forest.

Height Requirement: 36″, and only available for children ages 4-12. It has a maximum weight of 169 pounds.

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: No

The Dragon

The Dragon is a small roller coaster you board in a castle. The queue is more interesting than most. This line moved quickly as this ride seems to be loaded more efficiently than the rest.

Height Requirement: 40″ to ride with someone age 14 and up who is at least 48″, 48″ to ride alone

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

Attractions

Hideaways

Hideaways is a play structure. While the area isn’t overly special, it is a great place to burn energy.

Height Requirement: None

Pirate’s Shores

Pirate’s Shores is a pirate themed area with water rides that you only want to visit on a warm day.

Rides

Captain Cranky’s Challenge

Avoid this one regardless of the temperature if you get nauseous easily (meaning you’re over age 25). Captain Cranky’s Challenge is the stereotypical pirate ship that swings back and forth. It is not special, but it will definitely take you out of commission.

Height Requirement: 34″ to ride with someone age 14 and over who is at least 42″, 42″ to ride alone

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: No

Pirate Reef

Pirate Reef is a boat ride with a bunch of gratuitous water dumping on your head. Kids might like it if they don’t hate being wet, but your hair will not.

Height Requirement: 36″ to ride with someone at least age 14 who is at least 42″, 42″ to ride alone

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

Splash Battle

Splash Battle is a boat ride where you can shoot water at spectators and other boats. You will most definitely get soaked.

Height Requirement: 36″ to ride with someone age 14 and over who is at least 44″, 44″ to ride alone

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

Attraction

Swabbie’s Deck

Swabbie’s Deck is a splash pad with water jets and cannons. Swim diapers are required for children under age four (no way they can actually police this).

Height Requirement: None

LEGOLAND Miniland USA

Miniland USA has the most elaborate LEGO structures, as well as some of the shortest waits. This is a fun area through which to walk.

Rides

Coast Cruise

Coast Cruise is a slow moving boat ride during which you view the LEGO structures in Miniland USA.

Height Requirement: None, but guests under 48″ must be accompanied by someone age 14 and older who is 48″

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

Attractions

The LEGO exhibits in this area include:

1. Block of Fame (Historical Figures and Pop Culture Icons

2. Las Vegas

3. New Orleans

4. New York

5. San Francisco

6. Southern California

7. Washington D.C.

Fun Town

Fun Town is a section almost exclusively for the enjoyment of small children. You have to climb some stairs to get there, and you will promptly pivot if you don’t need to appease a five year old. You can meet characters in this area among the chaos.

Rides

Driving School

LEGOLAND California Driving School

Driving School is a section where kids can operate cars shaped like LEGOs. They are not on a rail, so the kids can drive freely throughout the area. The employees probably get run over 40 times per day.

Height Requirement: None, but it is for ages 6-13

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

Fun Town Police and Fire Academy

Fun Town Police and Fire Academy requires kids to pump a lever up and down to move a fire truck. It is manual labor at its finest.

Height Requirement: 34″ to ride with someone age 18 and over who is at least 48″, 48″ to ride alone

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: No

Junior Driving School

Junior Driving School is driving school for preschoolers. Employee accidents are probably more like 60 times per day for this one.

Height Requirement: None, but it is only for ages 3-5

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: No

Kid Power Tower

Another good workout. Kid Power Tower seats a child and parent next to each other. You must pull on a rope to pull your chair to the top. The line moves like molasses for this one.

Height Requirement: 40″ to ride with someone age 14 and over who is at least 48″, 48″ to ride alone

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

LEGOLAND Express

LEGOLAND Express is the smallest and slowest moving train of all time. It is perfect for a baby or toddler.

Height Requirement: None, but riders under 36″ must be accompanied by someone over 36″

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: No

Skipper School

Skipper School consists of small boats shaped like LEGOs. You are not restricted to a specific track, so you can roam somewhat freely.

Height Requirement: 34″ to ride with someone age 14 or over who is at least 48″, 48″ to ride alone

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

Sky Patrol

Sky Patrol has slow moving helicopters that fly through the sky. The line is torture. It would move faster if your three year old ran it.

Height Requirement: 34″ to ride with someone age 14 and over who is at least 48″, 48″ to ride alone

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: No

Attractions

Adventurer’s Club

Adventurer’s Club is a walk through attraction where you see different areas of the world, LEGO style. Areas include the Arctic, ancient Egypt, and the Amazon Rain Forest. The structures are impressive, there is no wait, and everyone can enjoy it. You will be in and out quickly. Like two minutes.

Duplo Play Town

Duplo Play Town is a play area for small children where they can play without fear of being trampled.

Height Requirement: None

Explorer Island

Explorer Island is largely dinosaur themed with a random fairy tale ride that is totally off theme thrown into the mix.

Rides

Coastersaurus

Coastersaurus is a tiny LEGOLAND roller coaster. You pass by LEGO dinosaurs. If not for the LEGO structures, the ride would be as exciting as Gigli.

Height Requirement: 36″ to ride with someone age 18 and over who is at least 48″ tall, 48″ to ride alone

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

Fairy Tale Brook

Fairy Tale Brook is a slow moving boat ride where you view LEGO scenes from various fairy tales. The ride loads slowly.

Height Requirement: None, but guests under 48″ must be accompanied by someone age 14 and over who is at least 48″

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: No

Safari Trek

LEGOLAND California Safari

In Safari Trek, kids spin a steering wheel around in ways that would kill us all if they were actually controlling the vehicle while viewing jungle LEGO animals.

Height Requirement: 34″ to ride with someone age 18 and over who is at least 48″, 48″ to ride alone

Reserve ‘N Ride Accepted: Yes

Attractions

Dig Those Dinos

Dig Those Dinos is more exciting than it sounds. It is a small sandbox. Those aren’t real dinosaur bones. Move on.

5. LEGOLAND California Resort Restaurants

Dining at LEGOLAND California is mediocre at best. The food is OK, but the stupid expensive LEGOLAND prices cancel out any hint of quality. People lose their minds over LEGOLAND Apple Fries. Again, eh.

LEGOLAND California Gluten Free Dining

LEGOLAND California has a chart that tells guests with dietary restrictions where they will find options. They seem to have options for most people.

We ate at Fun Town’s Urban Kitchen. I ordered a steak sandwich with gluten free bread. After the third time (yes, really, three), the sandwich came out with gluten free bread. Had I not realized the sandwich looked too good to be true twice, I may have had a rough rest of the day.

The food was fine and the employees were nice, but again, overpriced and underwhelming.

LEGOLAND All Day Dining Package

I am generally a fan of dining plans, but the LEGOLAND dining package is ridiculous. As of the time of this writing, hotel guests can eat as much as they want at certain restaurants for one million $85.00 per guest. It is limited to only certain restaurants and does not include alcohol. This is highway robbery.

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6. Tips to Plan Your Day at LEGOLAND California

Where is LEGOLAND California Resort?

LEGOLAND California Resort, Carlsbad, California contains LEGOLAND California, LEGOLAND Water Park, and SEA LIFE Aquarium. The property is a little over an hour from LEGOLAND to Disneyland and less than an hour from LEGOLAND to San Diego.

All the parks are an easy walk from LEGOLAND California Resort hotels if you stay on property.

LEGOLAND California Entrance

You Can Come and Go Throughout the Day

You are allowed to leave and re-enter throughout the day at LEGOLAND California, a benefit you will not find at some LEGOLAND Discovery Centers. Make sure you get your hand stamped before you leave.

LEGOLAND Has Parent Swap

Like Disney World’s Rider Switch, LEGOLAND allows one parent to ride something for which your child is too short while the other waits with the child, then swap. If there is an older child in the equation, he or she can ride twice. Everyone must wait in line for the ride together to exercise this option.

No Outside Food Allowed

Outside food is not allowed. You can, however, bring in water, small snacks, and items required for medical, religious, and specific dietary needs.

LEGOLAND California Resort Hours of Operation

LEGOLAND California Theme Park hours of operation vary by the day, as do those of the other two parks. Check the park schedule here.

LEGOLAND Parking

As of the time of this writing, parking starts at $25. You can park free with some annual passes.

Will LEGOLAND Require Masks?

As of the time of this writing, COVID-19 precautions are in full swing. The park is operating at a reduced capacity. Face masks are required for everyone. Employees undergo temperature checks. Areas are constantly sanitized. The park encourages cashless transactions.

You might be safe, but you will also be hot. Consider whether your small child wants to go rollin’ with his homies in a mask all day before you waste your money.

Baby Care Center

To its credit, LEGOLAND offers a Baby Care Center in Fun Town. The area features a changing area, rocking chair, microwave, and refrigerator.

Minifigure Trading

LEGOLAND California has several stations throughout the park where you can trade minifigures. You can bring your own into the park, or, shocker, purchase them there.

Rainy Day Promise

LEGOLAND won’t do anything for you if there is a little rain, but it will let you come back another day if a portion of the attractions are closed for at least two hours. You are not getting a refund regardless of the weather.

They will not give you a new Reserve ‘N Ride pass.

Lockers are Available

Lockers are available for $12 for a small locker and $16 for a family size locker.

Cell Phone Charging Lockers

LEGOLAND offers cell phone charging lockers that can charge devices as large as tablets. They cost $3 for two hours.

Pro tip: Don’t do this. Bring a portable cell phone charger.

LEGOLAND Package Pickup

LEGOLAND allows you to have retail purchases from LEGOLAND stores transferred to the park exit so you can pick them up on the way out. While this is undoubtedly convenient, it is also a stroke of pure marketing genius. Bravo, LEGOLAND.

While I’m on this topic, don’t buy LEGOs from LEGOLAND unless you really can’t find them elsewhere (highly unlikely). They are marked up.

Stroller Rentals

Strollers can be rented for $14 for a single or infant stroller and $17 for a double stroller. Wheelchairs and ECVs are also available. All are subject to availability. If you need to rent this to enjoy your day, arrive early.

Final Thoughts – LEGOLAND California

LEGOLAND California has a lot going for it, but it has a lot of work to do. The service is reminiscent of that of Six Flags. The LEGOs are cool, but a good chunk of the park would benefit from an update.

This park is definitely for small children. Do not bring teenagers unless you don’t love them that much or you just caught them planking on a stripper pole.

Despite the downsides, young kids will love LEGOLAND. Is LEGOLAND worth it? Yes, I think it is to make them happy. Find a deal, make a touring plan, and buckle up.

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