Spring Break Family Fun at Legoland @LEGOLAND_CA

Now that my kids are a little older, their favorite park?  Legoland!!!  Any time we go on a mini “staycation” they want to run down to Carlsbad to spend the day amongst the Legos.

 

Legoland is a really fun amusement park, but for toddlers, attractions are limited.
If your toddler is 2 years and younger, admission is free, and there are a FEW attractions for them, like the Duplo Playtown (a huge playground).

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Toddlers that are 3 years old AND 34 inches, there 7 rides of 28 that they can go on.  At 4 years AND 36 inches, your toddler is able to ride 18 of the 28 rides.  This is the age I recommend bringing your kids to the park to enjoy the rides and attractions.

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Now that my kids are older, and taller, they have a LOT more fun.  What I really like about Legoland, parents are encouraged to ride WITH their kids.  This truly makes it a family experience.

Our favorite rides:
Junior Driving School
Driving School
Beetle Bounce
Lost Kingdom Adventure
The Royal Joust

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For the water park, you MUST have a swimsuit and a swim diaper for ages 1-3.    It may also be a requirement for their splash areas in the park as well.

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This is a favorite of most kids, The Zoo.  Adorable Lego animals that will completely soak the kids.  However, my little angel hates getting her face wet – go figure!
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And don’t forget Sealife, the Aquarium.  Check out all kinds of sea creatures with a Lego twist.
Now, to make this the ultimate “stay-cation” why not book a night at the brand new Legoland Hotel.  It is an amazing experience for the entire family.  Check out our stay here: Our Stay at Legoland Hotel.

Thank you Legoland for making this Spring Break an amazing experience for my family.  We were invited to play and stay at Legoland Park and Legoland Hotel, however all of the opinions shared are my own.

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