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LEGOLAND Deutschland, Gunzburg

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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4/5 based on 2,600+ reviews on the web
Feel like a kid again with more than 43 hectares (107 acres) of family fun attractions at LEGOLAND Deutschland. The adventure park, built almost entirely out of Legos, boasts dozens of rides and themed exhibits. Its Miniland is filled with Lego replicas of famous European landmarks. In the surrounding holiday village, you'll find accommodations and several options for dining and shopping. Fly in life-size Lego airplanes at the park's airport. Next, visit Legoland Atlantis, the park's Lego-constructed aquarium featuring more than 2,000 fish. For a full tour of the park, ride the Legoland Express. Put LEGOLAND Deutschland on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Gunzburg vacation builder.
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  • Beautiful park for those who love the famous colored bricks! Practically many reproductions of towns and monuments in the world: Venice, castello di Newschveistein, the Allianz Arena reproduced in every detail, with fans singing and doing the wave. Not to mention that inside there is also a small lego factory where you can see for yourself how they craft Legos and then you have one with the word Lego Fabrik! LEGOLAND is also a small amusement park with rides. Advice: buy tickets online ... you save! To visit!
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  • LEGOLAND was a great experience. Also the accommodation in the holiday village was very good. We had the room in the Egypt area. There was plenty of space and was clean and quiet. There's plenty of game for the children. The dinner in the jungle buffet was not so great. While there was a good selection but the food was lukewarm to cold. The breakfast was good again. Children should be at least 3 years for the Park, otherwise they do not so much. We had therefore previously explored us because our child is only 3 years old. We were certainly not the last time.
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  • 2016, we (family of 5 and 8 year old sons) have decided for an annual pass at LEGOLAND. Unfortunately, we had to find that the prices of meals are not just family-friendly. Also anything but family-friendly is the many ways of the another edition of money through various stalls, etc.. We will not extend expected 2017 the annual pass. There we go prefer 1 or 2 times a year in mobile Playland or Ravensburger Playland. There, the prices are at least family-friendly.
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  • It's a bit contradictory that the Lego themed fun part does not have quite as much Lego as you'd assume. My favourite part of the park was the Lego city, assembled by laborious Lego employees with millions of bricks. And the level of details is simply adorable. You can spend hours pondering the cities, finding new details that someone planted meticulously. The rides are fun, but not an integral part of the park. The eating stores are nice - good choice.
  • Family with children could spend here all day long with fun activities indoor and outdoor all year round minus few months in winter. Check website for schedule. Rides, miniature cities made of lego: Frankfurt, Venice, Berlin, Munich, Starwars lego, Sealife, 4D movies, restaurants for lunch and snack.
  • My family and I had a great time. Lots of things to do for adults and children. Waiting time for most rides was approx 15min so the kids never got bored.
  • Iam going there for summer holidays first Iam going to Poland from Poland i will go to LEGOLAND YAY😃😃😃😃😃😃😆😆😆😆😆😄😄😄😄🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕
  • Great park, wonderful the The Fabric, with the LEGO shop where you can buy small pieces one by one and paying by weight. Amazing The City all built with LEGO ! Children enjoyed it !
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