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Legoland Discovery Center, Somerville
(2.5/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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  • I took my 14 year old daughter to Legoland and although she enjoyed herself it was a quick trip. Definitely not worth the price just to look at the City of Boston in Lego form. A younger child may enj...  more »
  • Our family visited this past Sunday. Too many things either broken or run down. Not enough staff interaction with kids..,their should be a staff member at every area showing the kids how to make thing...  more »
  • easy to find well priced kids had a great time you will need 3-4hr's to see it all and let the kids have a play lots for them to do and make would of been nice to have a bit larger range of lego to bu...  more »
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  • My grandson loved the place. There wasn't much activity when we were there... Couldn't even get a cup of coffee... Small Food court with no variety... Overpriced. However, if ur a little boy or girl and you love Lego's then this place is for you. I would go again if the tickets were not so much. Having to pay to get into a place that only my child will enjoy seems like a total waste of money. Especially when Mom and Dad go with the child. Over $60 to get in is worth the one time visit but to pay it again would be a waste. When the fun is over you make your way to the gift shop where you can easily drop another $100 or more in a blink of an eye. Next time I'll use the $60 in the gift shop...
  • Great place to hang around for 3-4 hours. I got it at a discount (the entrance fee), so it was worth the while. At full price, I would have given 3.5 stars. My boy had lots of fun here. There was a Lego hall with Bostonian landmarks like Fenway Park. That was excellent.
  • This Legoland is very good for the area. Lots of Lego choices to purchase, and fun for the little and big kids at heart. I was supprised to find that there was a ride inside. Entertaining, and fun, The Adult nights are fun!, Being a part of the hospitality Concierge Community, this place is fun for kids and all ages.
  • The place is fun for 6 years old . The Merlin ride is fun. The racing track is fun. The toddler play area is small but still fun. The place was very clean. But You take an elevator up after buying your ticket, and find yourself in a small room watching a loud video with poor sound quality. Then the Kingdom Quest ride, or as it should be called, the Ideas for Nightmares ride. You ride in a little car and are supposed to shoot guns (!) at videos of skeletons and trolls swinging swords and throwing rocks at you. I was most disappointed in the staff. Mostly young college students that do not seem trained well in how to run the place efficiently or in customer service. The lines to enter are long, and pre-purchasing tickets online puts you in the same line as people buying their tickets at the center. I do advice bringing your lunch as the lunch choices are slim and can be a little expensive. I wish they had a better trained and more attentive staff. FREE parking and plenty to do around the building.
  • My son loved this place, so that is all that matters, right. Very interactive. In my opinion it's kinda expensive at $23 a pop for ages 2 and up. Anywho when you first walk in there is this rotunda with panels and you are kinda racing to make a Lego person or something. In my opinion it was kinda boring. So we left and went to the next attraction. This one was a ride where you try to help the princess get free, so you're sitting in a car and shooting at spiders and enemy's. It was really cute. The next attraction was a room with a Lego City built to mimic the City of Boston, old and modern day. To me this was my favorite part. The detail was soo intricate and the lights even doomed in the room and you saw fireworks by Fenway Park and the buildings lit up. It was also done interactive parts to the building as well. The final area is a large play area. It has a small scale go-around, a 4-D theater, a jungle gym, and a build a race car area along with the food cafe. The 4-D movie we saw was a Lego movie short clip. If you've never been to a 4-D movie it's a 3-D movie plus effects such as wind, water, foam, and bubbles. It's really fun and adds an element of surprise because you don't necessarily know when is coming. And it's not like a tidal wave of water, just a lil sprinkle or so. Zachary wasn't amused by that, but he enjoyed it.