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LEGO Imagination Center, Orlando

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Provide your imagination with the building blocks to run wild at LEGO Imagination Center. Among the many LEGO displays, you'll see life-size models of Disney characters, dragons, and all manner of other fantastic creations. Catering to adults and kids alike, the air-conditioned center offers play areas for younger children and creative exhibits to interest all ages. Ask for some wheels and build your own LEGO car in a dedicated area, then challenge other builders to a race. Work out when and for how long to visit LEGO Imagination Center and other Orlando attractions using our handy Orlando vacation builder.
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  • Its Disney, so what can I tell you, but don't act surprised. These people are marketing geniuses, and know how to suck the kids in, as well as a good deal of the adults as well. A big store with tons ...  more »
  • Very fun place in Downtown Disney. Children are entertained hours here. Toys to the enta and many restaurants around the area. highly recommended especially for children who like to assemble toys.
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  • always a fun place to visit, even if you dont intend to purchase. Play and build in store and check out all the wonderful lego structures, on show 
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  • Awesome store with so many Lego choice - they even have a section to buy specific blocks - you fill up a cup and pay. They also have amazing Lego displays in and around the store - the kids love going here.
  • As if Lego's weren't already expensive enough. It's fun to look through though.
  • Just a more elaborate and large Lego store compared to the others. What stands out are the large Lego models that are scattered around Disney Springs. Lots of fun to look at...
  • Wow!!! Went out of way for service. Employees very informational on legos. Had great time. Learned a lot of how they build the hullk and what other items that are being built and what it takes to a legoist.
  • You won't find a larger in-person lego selection anywhere else (except other LEGO stores). Prices are normal, and even a few things reduced. Also have a couple areas where kids can just play with LEGOs and several giant structures/figures built with LEGOS (or at least look like they are). You can also buy in bulk (although it's not cheap) and pick out specific pieces/colors. Often crowded (as if you couldn't guess that).