LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta, Atlanta

2.2
#7 of 18 in Theme Parks in Georgia
Childhood (and adult) dreams can come to life at , a theme park based on the Lego building toys. Play with the interactive and educational exhibits, watch a 4-D movie, or take classes from the Lego Master Model Builder. This theme park even has small amusement rides for children, including Kingdom Quest. While Lego has theme parks located around the world, this particular site houses an exhibit called Miniland that is modeled after downtown Atlanta and its skyline. Come and experience imaginative toy structures in this larger-than-life setting. Put LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta into our Atlanta trip itinerary maker and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • August 14, 2017
    After reading all the negative reviews, we almost canceled this part of our weekend trip to Atlanta. I am so glad we didn't. LEGOLAND Discovery Center was the highlight of our weekend. Our son (almost...  more »
  • August 14, 2017
    After reading all the negative reviews I was hoping that our experience would be a great one and it was. Remember, this is not Legoland, it is an indoor activity center. We took our two grandsons, age...  more »
  • August 13, 2017
    Watching my 5-year-old explore all the attractions here was a delight. It's a great space for children growing into independence to explore and build and play. I liked that there were places to build ...  more »
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  • July 10, 2017
    1. No one answers the phone...DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME!!!! Yet, when we showed up, plenty of workers were there running all over the place damn near stumbling over small children knocking them to the ground. Almost knocked my two-year old Grandson to the ground!😠😠😠😠 2. The place is incredibly unsanitary. The floors were wet, sticky, filthy, and filled with Legos! My two year old Grandson was putting them in his mouth!🤢🤢🤢 3. The concept was good but in practice this is a dangerous place for small children. Choking hazards everywhere. 4. I will NEVER visit this atrocious place ever again. It was not worth the money. 5. I did like the ride where you play the shooting game and take a family picture at the end. That was good. The best part was getting out of that filthy cesspool! Chuck E. Cheese is much cleaner, nicer, and kid-friendly!!!!
  • June 16, 2017
    This place is an overpriced playground. There are 2 rides, a Cinema, an elaborate model area, a classroom, and 4 play areas. On our visit: half of the center was broken and the staff had no intention of fixing any of it. The staff was rude and constantly left their post. The place was dirty and crowded with unsupervised daycare kids. The master builder class was shut down. The knights right was broken, and we didn't even get an "I'm sorry, try back later." We got a "the ride is broke, find something else to do." I have posted pictures of all the failures here as well. Completely unacceptable!
  • June 30, 2017
    I don't get the negativity. It's not a theme park, so don't expect that type of experience. Online tickets were 12.50. Food was fine. Customer service at the desk was friendly. Kids and I spent about 4 hours there. Enjoyable.
  • April 14, 2017
    My kids enjoyed this place! They found it cool and loved all the stuff to do. There are 2 or 3 rides and a 4D movie! As well as different centers: big foam blocks, I think there was a pet shop themed area, as well as a play area, and a area with water play. You can also walk through and learn how the legos are made which is pretty cool. The staff is okay, they aren't really eager to be helpful. And buying your tickets ahead of time does not allow you to skip a line. we waited in line for about an hour to get in. It's inside the underground mall, and it is much more busier than an average mall. So be prepared for that.
  • July 1, 2017
    Second time here. Had a free ticket with paid adult price. My 11 yr old daughter loves it. Likes to build and explore. Great way to spend a few hours out the heat, enjoy some time playing with legos and building with my daughter

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