Legoland California
Legoland California

Legoland California is an adventure and theme park located in Carlsbad, in the North County section of San Diego. It is a veritable dreamland of rides and attractions and massive constructs built only of large and colorful LEGO bricks. Legoland San Diego tickets are perhaps the most sought after tickets among adventure-seeking children in Southern California and around the world. Along with popular destinations like the San Diego Zoo and the Gaslamp Quarter, Legoland is a favorite attraction with residents and tourists alike. You are well advised to look into options for Legoland coupons such as those available through the San Diego Convention and Visitors Bureau to take advantage of discounted admission.

People both young and old will enjoy the theme park, as there are countless things to do at Legoland from enjoying the 50 super rides, to taking in performances and visiting the park’s eateries and other attractions. You aptly start at The Beginning when you enter into Legoland. This is the main entrance of the park and features Bronte, a 34-foot long dinosaur made completely of LEGO parts. The Big Shop is located in this part of the park and features the largest selection of LEGO merchandise in the United States. The park then opens up into a variety of themed adventure lands.

The Land of Adventure replicates a forgotten city’s ancient ruins. It is the newest section of the park and features laser target shooting through dark corridors in the Lost Kingdom Adventure and tumbling through thousands of foam balls in obstacles at Pharaoh’s Revenge. Dune Raider’s is a 30-foot water ride featuring five, 50-foot long racing slides.

Dino Island is a great section of the park for the younger kids and has a kiddie coaster that gets up to a rousing 21 MPH. Dig Those Dinos is a favorite at Dino Island where kids dig for “skeletal remains” of dinosaurs buried in tons of sand. This section is wonderful for inquisitive kids who want to learn more about different kinds of dinosaurs. EXPLORE Village is another alluring section of the park for children as well as adults. The Safari Trek is an amazing opportunity to see life size animals like lions and giraffes, all made entirely of LEGOs.

Fun Town is another part of the park where kids can enjoy one-of-a-kind rides and even take part in the Volvo Driving School and drive miniature cars. Pirate Shores is all about soaking wet battles aboard pirate ships with water cannons, crawling nets and pools. Be sure to bring a swimming suit, change of clothes and plenty of towels. It is nearly impossible not to get soaked, especially at Pirate Shores.

There are so many things to do at the park that you may want to consider booking one of the hotels near Legoland in order to enjoy it for a couple of days. The kids will certainly not be upset with you for staying longer. Legoland San Diego tickets are broken into price ranges for adults (ages 13-59) and cheaper Legoland San Diego tickets for children and seniors. It is possible to get Legoland coupons from local promotions and places like the San Diego Convention and Visitors Bureau. If you are unable to find Legoland coupons, see about taking advantage of group rates and other such discounts. You also have the option of customizing your trip and just purchasing less expensive tickets to select sections of the park. For instance, you can purchase tickets to the SEA LIFE Aquarium for a little extra. In any event, you are sure to have a memorable experience at this unique theme park in San Diego.

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