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LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto, Vaughan

(1.8/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
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 staff is nice. But wknds are over-crowded. Flashing laser lights and line ups. Season pass was used one. 
  • So LEGOLAND is an amazing concept. Sadly, it is falling into disrepair, and considering the amount of people that go through there on a daily basis, I don't see how this is possible. The ride when you...  more »
  • It's a very simple place and tge kids take 5 minutes to see everything. Please do yourself a favour and do go. It's better to go to the movies or to do lego at home. Total dissatisfaction. 
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  • Another example of corporate greed fleecing parents in the name of entertaining their kids. Where to start. Oh. Ridiculously expensive even if you buy entry tickets online. Line up forever to get in, ( even with said online tickets). Once inside the surprisingly small grubby playroom, line up again to use 2 or three rundown, uncleaned since they installed years ago, completely unimpressive (even to a four year old) amusement park rides that run for about 1/10th of the time it took in the line to get on. Literally less than a 2 minute ride after a 10- 15 minute line up. Tip- Get your wife to stand in one line while you stand in the other with your kid and then they may have a chance at 2 rides withing 10 minutes of each other. Great for family bonding time. Stand in more lines to get your kid into a jungle gym play area that is smaller and more grubby and disgusting than the one at my local McDonalds kids play-land which, by the way isn't disgusting or crowded to capacity and is free to use. Then we get to the main event- The Lego!. The old, dusty (although well made) displays of Lego company "spare no expense" city scenes made in Lego that you could never hope to build with the products that they make available to the suckers, sorry I mean public. Inside, a few bins (or pits) with an odd assortment of mismatched Lego parts, broken mismatched Lego wheel assemblies to use on the racetrack and generally a shambles of random grubby Lego pieces. My kid has more selection and a better Lego setup at home in our basement You are forbidden from bringing any outside snacks in for the kids, as Lego needs to make money feeding them too. I get that some companies do that but I dare you to find something to feed your kid (or yourself for that matter) with a clear conscience from the truly sad little refreshment counter. Not even milk or cream for coffee, but powdered whitener only. I kid you not.. in 2016. I know I used the word grubby a lot in this review but that was the overriding feel of this place.. grubby, overused and unloved. A vehicle for separating people from their money without any thought to the value proposition. Relying rather on the laurels of their brand to attract customers. Truly disappointing and in my mind the worst choice of a place to waste a morning for you and your child in this day and age of mushrooming indoor playground choices. Oh and the last swipe at your wallet comes as you exit this debacle through ... you guessed it! the Company Lego store!!
  • tots man dudes like totally go to the land broooooooos. food is awesome!!! duuuuuuuuuuuuuude! lego was everywhere for sum reason duuuuuuuude! but good restaurant!
  • 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 LOVE LEGOM LEGOM WAS LIT. IT WAS EVERYWHERE I LOVE LEGOM
  • I don't have kids but i am an avid Lego collector. It gets a 1 star rating for having zero helpful staff, except for the one employee who could tell me i couldn't use my LEGO gift card at the store because they aren't an official lego store. No sense involved in that decision. Won't be back.