What age range is Legoland designed for?Legoland California: 11 Year Old and 7 Year old. Should we go?
From Steve MockWe are planning a trip to Southern Cal from Washington in April. We are hitting Disneyland of course, but are looking for other places to go? I have a 7 year old legomaniac son who would love the park, I am sure, but I also have an 11 year old daughter with little interest in Legos. Would she have a good time, or would we be better served going to Sea World or Universal Studio (both of which we have been to before)?
Posted January 2, 2006 at 3:49 PM
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From Robert NilesLegoland would be heaven on Earth for your son, so don't miss the park. It's one of the better parks in America, much less crowded than Disneyland and with some innovative attractions. Personally, I like the Fun Town Fire Academy for something that requires families to work together, and the Knights Tournament Robocoaster for its technical innovation. Miniland is always a wonder, too. (If your child is on the cynical side, ask her to try to find the little Lego guy getting arrested.)
Posted January 2, 2006 at 3:50 PM
If you want to pair a park with Legoland, I'd suggest SeaWorld if for no other reason than that will keep you in San Diego County and away from L.A. traffic. If that's a "been there, done that" experience for you, try the San Diego Wild Animal Park instead.
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