Looking for an afternoon of fun with your family? There are more than 15 attractions for kids and adults of all ages to check out at Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta. Reviews from parents are mainly positive, as the Center offers a lot of excitement for their kids. There is plenty for grownups as well, particularly on Adult Night. Located at Phipps Plaza, the facility, including its attractions and features, is made entirely from Lego bricks.
Tickets, which are very affordable, need to be ordered online. Kids under three years of age get in for free. Since there are no guided tours, you are free to do whatever you want. There are fun areas exclusive for kids as well as family-oriented attractions.
In addition to the regular attractions, there are special events held throughout the year, including Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament on adult night in May, as well as Braves Brick Bash in June and Toddler Time. The latter is a guided play and story for toddlers held on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays at DUPLO Village.
Some more attractions you and your kids might be interested in include:
See a miniature of the entire city of Atlanta, built entirely out of approximately 1.5 million Lego bricks. The city comes to life with moving trains, a Braves game at Turner Field, firework display against Stone Mountain at night, etc. There are even buttons on certain sites that allow visitors to interact with those scenes.
Pirate Adventure Island
Kids and adults can participate in free play at this pirate-themed area. It’s designed as an adventure island that features build spaces for guests to create their own Lego-style sandcastle and treasure. Kids can even forge their own pirate ship to sail out on a large water table. There is plenty to explore and discover, including a crystal cave and hidden sea creatures.
Racers: Build & Test
In this area, there are thousands of bricks waiting for guests to build any type of vehicle, in any shape or size. The racing cars can be set out on a speed test track. All ages are welcome at the testing zone.
The bricks in this area are twice the size of standard Lego bricks. At the village, kids will find large animals, a play slide, and plenty of large bricks to build whatever they want. This is an excellent attraction for children aged one to five years.
There are many more events and features that deserve mention in any Discovery Center Atlanta review, including Merlin’s Apprentice Ride, Master Builder Academy, The Factory Tour, etc. There are also special birthday rooms if you are looking for a fun place to hold a child’s birthday party!
Not only is it fun, it can also be an educational experience. There are many reasons to take your family to Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta. Reviews are positive, and tickets are very affordable. You’ll find Legoland discount tickets and other offers online.