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LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Berlin, Berlin

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Lego lovers will adore LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Berlin, home to many models and attractions inspired by the building blocks. At the factory, you can meet the workers and help them create Lego bricks. The 4-D cinema lets you immerse yourself in the "Legends of Chima" movie. Don't miss the dragon ride, which takes you into medieval castle. Miniland features miniature Berlin landmarks made out of Legos. The onsite shop sells lots of Lego products and has special offers. You are not allowed to bring your own food or drink into the Discovery Centre. Plan to visit the cafe for drinks, meals, and snacks. Please note: Adults must be accompanied by a child, except for special adult nights. Take a look at our Berlin family vacation planner to schedule your visit to LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Berlin and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Nice for those who like Lego, just like me. Although small compared with that of Denmark, maintains the characteristics of LEGO.
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  • We have secured us a discount of 50 cents on the Internet and are expected to be still 40 minutes in line. Why children must pay the full price as adult's an absolute mystery to me. Arrived in the basement of the discovery centre, the joy changed quickly into disillusionment. The various sights are really beautiful and realistic built and put in scene. There, the wall falls under "I've been looking for freedom" once per minute. In addition to a small 4 d cinema (the same movie as in LEGOLAND Günzburg), there's a small carousel, that now there is on every furniture House forecourt. The entrance to the Dragon Castle was closed. Therefore, we could not look at this attraction. Otherwise, space in various crafts licking of manageable is classified, where the kids with LEGO bricks can build cars or houses. Here an employees has really nice deals with the assembled children. However they can also in any LEGO store or the toy Department of a department store. The load at the output of the Center is very naughty. Here you can buy from the catalog. One would think that it should be cheap here. But far from it: it has the non-binding price recommendations even rounded up. Profit maximization seems to stand in the foreground here. Not to be recommended as a whole.
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  • Paid online so luckily avoided the long queue outside. Unfortunately inside involved lots of queuing for everything, it was far too busy. People pushing past (adults not kids), some swinging large hea...  more »
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  • All in all it's not that bad but a bit over hyped. Entrance fee is a little high and actually in one hour you've seen it all. The 3D movie is really nothing spectacular (terrible glasses!). But the kids will like the place for sure and that is what matters after all... :-)
  • Not bad for a short experience with quite come queuing, but go for the real .DK LEGOLAND if you can ;)
  • We were tourists in Berlin and this place was in our must visit place for our kids (6 & 4) we spent almost a day in 1st day and my kids asked to visit again in 3rd day. People may said its too small but if you see from the kid's under 8 yo perspective,it is large and interesting. I recommend this place for kids up to 8
  • Small children will probably appreciate it, but older kids and adults less so. Some interesting activities but limited in scope - more structured and interesting building opportunities would be welcome, for example. Everything feels like a sales pitch - what's with not allowing people to take their own photos with the props? In this age of smartphones selling people photographs of themselves is truly archaic.
  • This was awesome. I loved Legos as as a Kid and now i got bring my Daughter. We had a hard time getting her out of there. And they had a star wars invasion special.! Great