We were greeted at the cashier by a Lego red soldier who made gassy sounds. Along with my children, I giggled, too. Farts are funny! We meandered through the building gawking at all the amazing Lego structures. The five of us were wowed by a huge replica of Chicago. Buckingham Fountain lit up. There were boats on Lake Michigan, and JD spotted Batman atop Sears Tower (which M calls Serious Tower). We then explored a Jungle with tigers, monkeys, and my daughter’s favorite, a huge snake.
Next we rode a dragon rollercoaster. Each car seated four, and all the kids wanted to ride with Grandma, so I rode alone! Luckily I didn’t notice all the Lego bats flying around that the kids told me about later (I so don’t like bats!)…Later Mr. Brick a Brack demonstrated how Lego bricks are made with the kids help. The kids also loved making their own Lego creations and towers in the play zone. The highlight of the day, though, was the short movie titled, “Spellbreaker 4D.” If you have never been to a 4D movie, I won’t spoil it for you, but it is pretty darn entertaining. All in all, a lovely day in Legoland.
What’s not to like about Legos?!