Lego land

(7 Posts)
emmathedilemma Wed 17-Feb-21 09:03:57

Most of the rides are based on height rather than age. I went with 2 sets of friends and the younger of the 2 boys was taller so could go on some things that the other one couldn't. There's details on their website:

Toomanycats99 Tue 16-Feb-21 20:34:37

It is good however queues can be long. I took my 9yo half term and I splashed out for a qbot.

It's pricey but I think if you don't plan on going again for ages (if ever) it's a worthwhile expense to get the most out of the day.

The shows are good but with social distancing we didn't bother - we would have wanted a lot of time waiting for it to start as they were only letting limited numbers on the seating area - think it was over half an hour before and already quite full.

SummerHouse Tue 16-Feb-21 20:28:30

Perfect place, perfect age. Make sure you take in the pirate show on the lake.

Emmelina Tue 16-Feb-21 20:28:11

Yes, perfect. There aren’t many “big” rides.

happytoday73 Tue 16-Feb-21 20:27:16

Yes perfect age 4-8

Stegosaurus11 Tue 16-Feb-21 20:24:50

My eldest was 5 or 6 when we went, we absolutely loved it, he went on everything, can't wait for my 2 year old to be old enough to go! x

shouldistop Tue 16-Feb-21 20:16:07

Is Lego land good for an almost 5yo? Will there be plenty of rides he can go on?

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