From 184.108.40.206 on January 22, 2013 at 12:22 AM
I remember that one in the original Danish version with mixed fealings. Somehow, i did not find the break for some minutes. The instructor in the middle was already trying to tell me where it is in the second or third language. He was right the first time since one did get country flags in Denmark. I was just so slow he must have thaught i had the wrong one. After that it was quite fun.
on January 22, 2013 at 4:06 AM
Driving school is a great attraction, and Disney's Autopia should take some lessons from it. There is also a Junior Driving School so kids as young as three years can drive. My oldest son loved to drive the little electric cars when he was three and would go on the attraction again and again. This a great pick for attraction of the week (I imagine the Fire Academy at Legoland will be another one in the future, it's Legoland as it's most inspired and best).
From 220.127.116.11 on January 22, 2013 at 6:25 AM
Great article Robert refreshing to see a balanced well written article on your posts not hiding away from who Legoland caters for (Not all themparks need to be "E" ticket mindless eye sores. Coming from the UK we have enjoyed LegoLand Windsor for many years whilst my children were younger and I highly recomend this themepark for those young families wanting a fabulous day out. If I may be so bold to ask you I would love you to write a similar piece of the virtues of the Disney Universal fued that is always evident in the posts on TPI. THe parks are like chalk and cheese would like to see more posts on here embracing the differences and diversity of theme parks, from LegoLand, through to seaworld, Disney and USF/IOA. Its clear from the previous post on who should own Seaworld that people dont want a one glove fits all approach to park ownership. Looking forward to anothe year with TPI and interesting posts.
on January 22, 2013 at 10:07 AM
I have always loved Legoland.
Legoland is one of the BEST examples of a THEME park that shows you can do theme (and do it VERY well) without spending "Disney" (or Universal) millions or billions. I wish other wannabe theme parks would follow Legoland's example.
José María Sandoval
on January 22, 2013 at 4:13 PM
I love attraction of the week
on January 22, 2013 at 5:29 PM
I remember doing this all the time when I was a kid, even though it usually had one of the longest lines in the park. I still think it's probably one of the best rides in the industry for elementary-age children or younger. Even though I'm well outside the target age range of the Legoland parks (currently 22), I still visit Legoland California every couple years because the park is so unique and very different from any other I have visited. Many of the attractions are interactive and are just different from what Disney, Universal, and the other premier theme parks offer.
From 18.104.22.168 on January 25, 2013 at 4:46 AM
This attraction was the sole reason why my boys begged to fly across the country to visit Legoland again. It is also why we rushed down to Florida when Legoland opened there before my oldest outgrew it. He would still love to do it again if he could (he is a normal 12 year old who is tall for his age. He looks 16).