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Legoland- is age two too young?

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bettyanne Tue 02-Sep-08 21:31:56

I am sure my ds will enjoy seeing everything but are there any rides/attractions that he will be allowed onto? Just trying to think of a birthday treat!

Califrau Tue 02-Sep-08 21:34:08

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ChangedMyMind Tue 02-Sep-08 21:34:40

agree with califrau

Clary Tue 02-Sep-08 21:36:33

Gullivers Kingdom (Milton Keynes has one) is aimed at younger ones and there is lots for even under 90cms children (who get in free).

Might be a better option. MK one is £12 IIRC.

bettyanne Tue 02-Sep-08 21:39:14

Firstly sorry for double posting the question! have read all the replies and it seems probably not much for ds being only two- have never been and really have little idea whats 'on offer'. Will probably postpone then and try out some of the other suggestionsm maybee a day at the zoo or gullivers kingdom, that sound really sweet!!

SqueakyPop Tue 02-Sep-08 21:39:38

Are you going with just a 2yo?

When we were season ticket holders, I often took a 1-2yo to Legoland alone (older siblings in school). There were a few things to do (and perhaps more nowadays as the park expands).

There is a whole area dedicated to littleones, and a few areas around the park that you can use.

It's fine for season pass holders who don't mind going for an hour or two at a time. Not really if you are paying full admission and plan to spend the whole day there.

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