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With more than 4 million Lego bricks under one roof, LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Oberhausen is a paradise for lovers of the famous toy. Perfect for children ages 3 to 10, this theme park includes a factory tour showcasing how Lego bricks are made, a small city model built from Lego bricks, two rides, a 4-D cinema, and more. Spend hours discovering the different uses of Legos or making racers with LEGO Tecknics. Visit after 2 p.m. weekdays for a reduced entrance fee. Plan your visit to LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Oberhausen and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Oberhausen vacation trip planner.
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Linda_Bircan-SchotAugust 16, 2017
Het is op zich wel leuk opgezet. Veel poppen van lego nagebouwd en verschillende hallen met verschillende soorten lego. In het begin heb je er een kleine attractie waarbij je vanuit een draak met een ... more »It is kind of fun. Many dolls of different halls with different kinds of lego and lego. In the beginning you have there a small attraction where you're coming from a dragon with a gun spinning enzo has to file shoot for points. After that it is a kind of merry-go-round and a 4 d movie etc.
Niels WAugust 13, 2017
Hier met mijn zoontje van toen nog 4 naartoe geweest en moet zeggen dat het allemaal wat rommelig overkomt en eenvoudig. De leukste attractie die ze hebben is de drakenrit waar je op een scherm mag sc... more »Here with my son of then 4 go and have to say that it all what happens to messy and simple. The most fun attraction that they have is the drakenrit where you must shoot on a screen but everything else his flaccid infusions of what money in LEGOLAND Denmark itself. My little son has for 3 hours maardat was more entertained by the huge mountains best lego that there lay than that it came by real entertainment. It's all very small and compact, they do have some cool things made of Lego as the head of Einstein. The Harry Potter attraction is also kind of fun but there is just not much to do unfortunately. For the price you paid online on a weekday is to do it right, I would be the price for a weekend or NEVER want to pay the price at the door, way too high for what you get!
Niels WAugust 11, 2017
Vorig jaar naar Denemarken geweest, naar LEGOLAND en daar hoorde we dat er in Duitsland ook een LEGOLAND was. Het Discoverycentre in Oberhause is dat dus helaas niet. Met een tiental bezigheden kun je... more »Been to Denmark last year, to LEGOLAND and we heard that in Germany there also a LEGOLAND. The Discoverycentre in the Oberhouse is that so unfortunately not. With a dozen activities you can have, with a little more than an hour lol (in German) explains how Lego is created. Afterwards, there is an attraction (which in our piece was) a carousel where you can bike to fly, a racing circuits and a limited Indoor playground. The restaurant is sausage, French fries and soft drinks with Centro within walking distance so don't bother. The shop seemed almost even greater than the Discovery Centre and despite that the children have entertained and the rate in combination with a Sea Life Ticket meevielen, it is not to be repeated. Spend the money on a nice box Lego had at least as much fun.
Laszlo Peter Gyarmati
Very surprised of the poor experience and shocked about the low value for money. There was no cloak room so all the parents were standing around with the kids coats. Some piled up their belongings on one of the few benches that normally people would sit on. The place is very tight space-wise. Very few things to do and see for the amount of money you pay. The games work for only for a very narrow target aged between 3 and 6. Of course kids above 6 will try stuff out but they get bored very quickly. Some of the staff were very kind and cheerful and spoke English however some were very even tempered to say the least.
Not for a 3-year old kid. There is no supervision in any of the playing areas. Some places are strictly forbidden for kids taller than 1,40 m but they go in and take over anyways, sometimes pushing and hurting the toddlers that are trying to play. My 3-year old got very scared with the movie in the 4D theater and begged me to leave. She had nightmares for a week after. Very scary scenes and there is no warning. This was a complete disappointment! I'll never take my kids to a Logoland again and I don't recommend it to anyone!
Cheap playground. IT does not justify The money I paid.
Michel de Ligt
It's sort of an indoor playground with two rides and a small cinema. Off course lot of Lego to play with. Not very big expect to be here for one or two hours. Or son loved it here. When you expect to come back more then once you should consider an annual pass. Didn't notice any difference between the smart and basic ticket, I wouldn't advice the upgrade.
Rather small. But my daughters (4 and 6) had fun.
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