Since our membership to LEGOLAND California is coming to a close, I thought I ‘d post a bunch of pictures of a few of the many awesome creations at the park for your viewing pleasure. Sit back and imagine planning your future trip. (*Disclaimer: I am not all affiliated with LEGOLAND and have not received any compensation for writing this post. All opinions and pictures are my own)
L: My handsome family in front of Miniland R: Uhuh, raise your hand if that has ever been you?
The smallest boy getting his lego play on
Kids racing their lego creations
Star Wars display at Miniland
Lots of life sized creations for posing with
Each time we visit we try to go on a new ride. The lines can be SO long, its difficult for a five year old to wait for 45-60 minutes at a time.
They have fun seasonal activities like Trick or Treating at Halloween, Fireworks and a Christmas display and Snow Days
Super fun play areas for Little people.
My almost 3 and 5 year old LOVE this place. It is included in the annual pass and is a cute smallish aquarium. I don’t know that I’d pay full price to visit it, but its been a great add on and you can get through the place without the kids getting bored.
Tide pool and large tanks
Viewing fish up close
We have certainly enjoyed all the great visits to this park and would totally suggest it to visitors with children ages 5-10 years that would get the most out of the park in my opinion. There is also a small water park that is included in the annual membership that we only visited once as its not open during the whole year. Keep in mind like most touristy attractions this place can be, ok well, its always crowded! Except the one day where it rained buckets, you have to wait in long lines to ride. Hope you enjoyed seeing a few more pictures of this fun park.
Here is a link to pinterest for saving the pictures http://www.pinterest.com/hellokate81/jugglingfivemonkeys-blog-adventure/