LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto, Vaughan
Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Treat the kids to a day out at LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto. Take a tour of the Lego factory, catch a 3D flick at the theater, or browse the Lego shop for the latest range of products available. Children can enjoy a multitude of themed games and rides, play with Lego bricks, and participate in building competitions. Minors must be accompanied by an adult to enter, while with the exception of “adult night,” visitors cannot enter without children. To visit LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto on your holiday in Vaughan, and find out what else Vaughan has to offer, use our Vaughan tour planner.
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The manager in legoland (looks like south asain lady) is too meaning. Refused to refund an item that was puchased in a month with orginal receipt. Says "you can do whatever you want" . Promised me tha... read more »
After finishing earlier than expected at wonderland, we snagged tickets for legoland. Spent about an hour here, which made it not great value for the $90 spent for tickets for a family of 4. The 4D mo... read more »
Took our two young grandchildren. I'm sure that the rent they pay in this mall is huge but they are getting you to pay big for the location. It is outdated and wasn't too busy, but still a bit crowded... read more »
Great place for the family to enjoy a day away from the wet outdoors. Entertaining for a young family (best I think for 3-6yr olds). The only reason I don't give it a five star rating. Is because of the prices. We found the prices to be high. The entrance fee does cover you for an unlimited day of rides, block building, and 4-D movies. I would recommend going in the afternoon to lower your entry price.
I've got a love/hate relationship with LEGOLAND but looking back, there are number of things that need to be sorted out before I can get to the "love". First off, the lines to get in can move excruciatingly slow - even if you're a member or bought admission in advance. Inside, it's usually PACKED and the lines for the rides (especially the "ride and shoot" adventure) can be outrageously slow moving. The indoor playground is alright and the other activities are so-so... Nothing special and although they seem to keep things fairly clean, there are just too many kids and not enough to do most times we've been in there. What really brings LEGOLAND down is the concession stand. There is very little in the way of a decent, substantial lunch to feed a hungry kid (or adult, for that matter). It's basically cold sandwiches, cranked out of a factory and wrapped in plastic. I'm not buying that at any price.
It's an okay place for a toddler. I expected the ride to be bigger than it actually is. I strongly suggest buying tickets online, as an annual pass isn't worth it. It's a 'visit once' kind of place.
It is probably a pretty cool attraction for any lego fans out there too bad you have to have a child with you if you want to see any of it. So for any lego fans who aren't children or parents of children don't bother planing a trip unless you have the means to borrow a child and have them accompany you... Oh and its great to be told to come back on their 1 adult night a month ... that is unless you are a tourist visiting Toronto and only have a limited amount of time really helpful tip there!! You should probably look into making it a bit clearer on your tourist information around the city that has no mention of the attraction requiring the accompaniment of a child. But all is not lost because judging by the really long list of very average reviews complaining about how a $22+tax per individual admission price is not worth it, it is fairly obvious that we did not miss out on too much. So thanks for nothing LEGOLAND!
Thank goodness i had a bogo coupon. Even so i paid $74 for 2 adults and 2 kids...with the coupon. The price of admission is ridiculous for adults. There is nothing for adults to do. There are 2 rides and a movie that adults can partake in. Other than that its basically a one room play area with some lego..and you don't get to keep any lego. It would be cheaper to buy a lego playset and take your kid to a playground and you would have about the same experience and you would get to keep the lego. The kids had an okay time. Its about 2 hours of entertainment....we arrived at opening, if you get there a little later you might be there a little longer, but that will be because you have to line up for things.
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