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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta, Atlanta

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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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  • Im a legoland pass holder so I visited thinking it was going to be worth my time. Its better than regular park playground with the obvious lego theme but nothing I would pay for separately. My kids we...  more »
  • My granddaughter had fun but it was challenger to be sure she had fun. It was overcrowded, kids running amock throughout; no supervision to prevent injury in the play area. Kids tossing stuff around; ...  more »
  • My children enjoyed their time here. I personally think it is expensive for what it is. One large room of Atlanta built in Legos, two small quick rides with long lines and an area for free play.  more »
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  • The kids had a wonderful time, and the Lego displays were fascinating. There was plenty to keep bigger kids occupied while mom and dad just kind of hung out and let them roam. For smaller kids, however, the utter chaos of the play area could be a bit hazardous. There really should be more attendants at the different play areas/stations to attempt to keep order. Also, at the Lego bins where kids can construct vehicles to run down ramps, adults often sit on the edge of the bins, completely taking over the area for themselves and only their kids. The place seemed like it could us a good cleaning, as well, particularly the soft bricks for toddlers. With that being said, none of that will keep us from going back. The kids loved every minute of it, and we purchased our tickets online prior to going, so getting in was easy and we all had a great time. We encountered friendly staff, as well, which always enhances the enjoyment of a place such as this.
  • Took my seven old Lego loving triplets on Star Wars weekend. They LOVED it! In addition to the usual rides and play area, they were thrilled with the Imperial characters walking around and thrilled to do a Star Wars themed Master Builder class. Ron and Evan did a fantastic job. The kids cannot wait to go back!
  • Me and my daughter (4 years old) had an great time at LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Atlanta yesterday.....but we always do! We have an annual pass and use it constantly. Whether we stop in for 45 minutes or stay for a few hours, she always leaves with a huge smile on her face. The new pirate themed playground has been a huge hit with her! Also the 4D movie theater will get you a little wet but well worth it to see the smiles and hear the kids laugh throughout the short movies. In particular, make sure you ask for Master Builder Professor Rod! Each time we come in he makes our time at the attraction better. Yesterday we built Pumpkins for Halloween. He is extremely patient and interactive with all the children. My daughter is a little on the shy side but every time we go to LEGOLAND she runs straight to him, give him a high five, and starts talking away like best friends. The staff overall makes the attraction a must see. They are all attentive and curious to both children and adults.
  • I brought my 7 and 8 year old daughters here on a Saturday morning. I bought the tickets online so I could skip the line on location. From outside the mall I didn't know where to park so had to walk for 5-10 minutes. Once inside the mall it is easy to find on the top floor. There wasn't a line when we arrived around 11:30am. We got through the "guided" areas quickly with only a short wait in line for the train. However, once we hit the main area it was crowded. We waited more than 30 minutes to ride the wizard ride. We got into the movie quickly as the line builds up about 5 minutes before the movie starts. We were there 3-4 hours and in my opinion not quite worth the admission. The adventure booklets were worth purchasing as they gave the kids something to do and made them see all the areas instead of running through them. The booklets also include a free soft drink at the cafe.
  • Overall not so good experience with 2 kids. At the entrance, the lines were all messed up and the counter staff couldn't tell who's "customers with tickets" or "customers who're going to buy tickets" and they don't even mention the free gift "collectable legos" so we had to ask one employee and she was like "it's there pick one if you want" which were located behind the entrance counter... Then after the laser ride, only one staff for the picture counter, trying to take rude picture / key chain orders and cut the picture place it in a plastic key chain and of course built a long line there. Then the stamp thing... they don't even have the right stamps for each missions so you are getting lego friends stamp for Duplo. Inside playground area was chaos with all the wild kids pushing and running around. My youngest kid was even been pushed and fell on blocks and got a cut on her hand. And the badge you get after all the missions are complete, the quality is unbelievable. Lego stickers on thin plastics... better buy new lego dimensions than spending to get in there.