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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Dallas/ Fort Worth, Grapevine

(2/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web)
Admire lifelike replicas of the city's landmarks built from Legos, view a film in a 4-D cinema, and discover how Lego bricks are made at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Dallas/ Fort Worth. Adults and children alike can ride small roller coasters, test their driving skills at the Forest Ranger Pursuit attraction, and build Lego structures in one of many play fortresses. Because this attraction is so popular, be prepared for long lines, especially when school is not in session. The park permits a limited number of visitors at a time, and all guests buying tickets in person or online are required to make a reservation. Secure a cheaper rate and save time by buying your tickets and making your reservation online a day in advance. Put LEGOLAND Discovery Center Dallas/ Fort Worth into our Grapevine trip generator and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • We didn't get to view Legoland because no one in our party was a child. Specifically 13 and under. I did have my children, however they are 17 and 21. We thought it would be neat to go to Legoland dur...  more »
  • We visited while staying at the Great Wolf Lodge (about a 5-10 min drive). There are four small "rides" and plenty of interactive games and lego experiences. Can probably go through in about 45 min to...  more »
  • My kids love this place and so we save it for special occasions. They just updated it with a new play area that doesn't have a height restriction and they can wear shoes. The light on the slide went o...  more »
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  • I feel place is to expensive to be so meh.... My kids didn't like it. It was to crowded and it's to stuffy. I was going to throw a birthday party here but wanted to scout it out first, and boy i did. Because my kids wasn't all that excited about the visit. The out door water area is pretty decent tho
  • Took my 4 year old here for the first time and had a blast! I didn't realize they had so many different things to do. The Star Wars section was a favorite since my son loves Star Wars. The rides were also a pleasant surprise. Our overall favorite was the Kingdom Quest ride. We were bummed that the Pirate splash park was closed due to weather, but will definitely go back to experience that as well. The 4D movie was another great treat!! I had forgotten about that one, which my son also enjoyed tremendously. Our overall experience was right on and we will definitely take another trip out there.
  • FYI, this review is based on the Adult Only event that Legoland does once a month. My wife and I have no children of our own but like to think that we're kids at heart, so you can probably understand our slight disappointment when we found out that we're not allowed in Legoland (during normal operating hours) without a child. Thankfully they offer a limited experience for adults, but for only one night a month and for a couple of hours (7pm - 9pm). At $13 an adult the experience seems worth the admission, but looking at that normal admission of $23 an adult and now knowing what's in store I'm not sure if I would feel the same if I paid that amount instead. When you go on adults only night you can ride a slow spinning ride that you pedal to increase your height, watch a show in the 4D theater (which was surprisingly fun), ride the Knight Quest ride (basically a interactive ride where you shoot physical/video objects through the ride - think Justice League at Six Flags Over Texas), and can see all the exhibits and build some Lego cars to race or roll down some ramps. They also had a adult Lego building contest, but we decided not to join in. The playground area and the little car track were closed (but I can't see too many adults fitting into these things) and the factory tour thing was closed but I'm not even sure what this was. While we had a great time overall, my only complaints would be that they a.) Have WAY too much staff for this event (a lot were just standing in a large group talking to each other and ignoring guests) and b.) a lot more good wheels available in the car building area. The majority of the wheels they had would lock up sending your just lovingly built cars into a destructive tumble halfway through the ramp and the wheels that could probably work better didn't have anything to use to attach them to the cars. FYI, I did run across some pieces with some leftover kiddie goo on them but considering the amount of pieces that looked alright I would say that this was minor issue. OH! If you have some Lego figurines at home that you are willing to trade, bring them along since the employees will trade you theirs for yours (kind of like the pin trade thing at Disney World/Land).
  • I bought passes since they were on sale. As an adult I don't get the excitement over this place but my 4 year old enjoyed it. The first time we went was on a Saturday (bad idea) the second was on a Tuesday and we had a great time. Tomorrow will be our 3rd. There really isn't much to do but as long as he's happy I'm happy too.
  • Kids had a blast, but I was surprised with how little there really was for kids to DO. For a 3 yr old, there is 1 ride, a babyish small play area, and a very cool build and test race car area. There is also a fun splash pad outside. If your child is 4-5, there is a better play structure and 2 more rides. The best ride is definitely the police car bumper cars. So fun for the kids. The other bummer was that the $4 activity book was a gyp. You waste your time finding the stamp spots and getting them on the right pages, and at the end all you get is a flimsy plastic circle 1" in diameter with a paper lego picture in the center. Boo. The kids did have a blast though and can't wait to go back!