LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto, Vaughan

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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. Take the guesswork out of planning a Vaughan vacation by using our trip itinerary maker.
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  • LEGOLAND is worth the visit. The kids have fun. Carousel, 4 d movie. Miniature lego town. Snowmen, size giant lego giraffe. I recommend a visit especially if you have children.
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  • Legoland is well maintained, but just very small. I am not sure what I expected, but it is located in a mall. On the plus side this means access to some stores for adults to wander to if they want to ...  more »
  • We thoroughly enjoyed a visit to Legoland. It's good fun for both kids and adults. It's best to go when it's not busy so you have time to visit all the spots and play games.  more »
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  • A great place to take young kids. My wife and I took our son. We went along with some friends and their children too. The kids had a blast! The staff were great and there is so much to do. It's also far bigger on the inside than I was expecting. I'd happily take the family again. PS there is heaps of parking out the front since it is inside the Vaughan Mills Centre
  • My husband and I took our two kids to Legoland discovery on a Friday while most kids were at school, so the place was not crowded. Customer service was excellent and attentive all around, from the manager to the ladies working in the small cafe. Our children loved the place, and while they tirelessly explored the different content and activities, my husband and I could relax and enjoy a delicious coffee, overseeing our children play. The place was spotlessly clean. The venue looks small, and I am not sure that I would dare go on a week-end or a holiday, when it must be overcrowded, but our visit on a work day was entirely pleasant.
  • Took our son for his 4th birthday, along with our daughter who is 6 and a 1/2. The staff there are very young but courteous. The girl who we bought the tickets from in the store was also nice but looked bored at the front counter. The staff inside Lego Land were awesome. Interacted with my kids, took time to play with them and explain things. Let them go on the rides over and over. We were told there were movies, but they were updating so they weren't running. We told the manager, Vishnu, and he took the time to listen to our concerns and came up with a solution. We will definitely be visiting again.
  • Went there yesterday with my 10-year-old, eight-year-old friend and five-year-old nephew. It was understaffed and crowded and much of the displays were not working because they were broken. We waited an hour in line for the ride sorcerers apprentice, because there was only one staff member operating the machine whole time. This ride clearly needs to do three people to keep it moving swiftly. We waited in line for 45 minutes for the quest ride; three out of the six guns did not work. They need signs at the front of the line stating how long it will be of a wait. We found it hard to budget our time. Any Lego the kids played with, got snatched the minute they put it down. There was no where to put our coats. They need a coat room right at the front because carrying around 4 winter coats, while not stepping on small running children was challenging. Things need to be fixed ( The ninja laser game was unresponsive, for example ) and re-organized. All three kids were underwhelmed by the experience, although I kept a happy positive face the whole time for them. I didn't want to spend time complaining while I was with the kids so I didn't seek management. I hope they will respond to this review.. The staff we're working hard and did their best considering what they're working with ( understaffing, broken equipment, overcrowding, disorganization ) . The only positive thing is the price tag which is $15.60 when purchased online events 24 hours . So it was a day out for less than $100. The café was reasonable. Clean and staffed well.
  • The space was too small, very unorganized and completely chaotic! There were giant queues to get to anything and many of the activities you would wait in line for were definitely not worth the wait. Considering how much they charge for this place, I had much higher expectations. The 4D movie theatre was by far the best part of this experience. You're better off buying Lego and staying at home.

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