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LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Kansas City, Kansas City
(2.9/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web)
LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Kansas City is home to a wide range of Lego-related activities aimed at children of all ages. Begin your visit with a factory tour to learn how Lego bricks are mixed, molded, and painted to create the toys played with all over the world. The immersive 4-D cinema and Kingdom Quest Laser Ride are ideal for older children, while little ones can enjoy exploring the foam Lego pit. MiniLand features a number of miniature Kansas City attractions that were built using nearly 1.5 million Lego bricks. You can grab a bite to eat at the cafe. Purchase your tickets online in advance for discounted entry and to avoid waiting in line. To visit LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Kansas City on your trip to Kansas City, use our Kansas City itinerary builder.
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  • This was our family's first experience at Legoland. The staff was great and made sure everyone was having a great time. The only downfall was checking out in the gift shop. The female staff member see...  more »
  • This is a great place for a Lego fanatic and can be fun for even a casual fan. It is designed with children in mind and even has a play area for them to run around. We spent an hour or two there and d...  more »
  • Nana, Papa, Mom, Dad and the kids all enjoyed a day at LEGOLAND. At every turn we found a new adventure. 
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  • So much fun! Really not a lot to see but the building area is great and my kids love the short little films. If you are not a builder, you will probably be done within an hour. But if you like to build you can spend all day there. Also there is a fun racing area where you build a racecar and drop it down a ramp. There are a number of girls' building areas too with more pink and purple bricks and other typically girl themes. And a nice indoor play area sort of like a McDonalds play area in the building area.
  • 2nd visit to legoland. Expensove for what you get. Kids enjoyed there time again. I will visit again.
  • Amazing and awesome. Took our son there for his 6th birthday and they had so many great displays and fun activities. We got to enjoy a 4D movie when it first premiered and one of the staff (I believe his name was Brian) overheard it was my son's birthday and have him his personal figure off his lanyard (which is a rare piece. We know, we Lego..hard) it was a great time and we hope to visit again!
  • I don't think the experience warranted the price. Many of the moving parts were broken (the Speedway cars, the moving part in the pizza making station, along with a few other attractions). For almost $20 a person, we did all the stuff and we're bored after an hour. We did take a 3 year old and he did have fun for a bit but he was ready to go after an hour and a half. Overall, I wouldn't recommend this place unless you're going during a non busy time and can get a deeply discounted ticket. Overall, a waste of time and I wish we would have found something else to do on our mini vacation.
  • It was our first time here, our boys were dying to go since they love legos. I wish we went on a different day, it was so crowded, long lines. I thought a weekday wouldn't be crowded, but I was wrong. We went up the elevator and were getting off when all of a sudden the door shut in between my husband, myself, and my 4 boys. Two of my boys had gotten off and were alone. The door wouldn't open up after pushing the open door button. We had to go back to the first floor and then back up to the second, and rush out the door before it closed on us. Luckily, our 10 and 8 year old were ok. A staff member was looking after them and told us that the elevator had been having problems for about a week. We bought the activity pack for our kids, and got all the stamps in order to get a "special secret prize", which turned out to be a tiny, round, piece of junk with a lego themed picture on it. We would have been happy with a little lego figure or something lego related. We paid 6 bucks for each of our kids for that and went around getting stamps for nothing. It's a lanyard with a booklet that you go around stamping at various activities in hopes of getting a reward. I can buy a small lego set for 6 bucks at walmart. The place is fun for kids, but all in all, we were very disappointed with our experience. We had more fun outside by the fountains eating snowcones! Next time, we will be going to the aquarium instead.