Mamatoga Review: LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester & GIVEAWAY ***GIVEAWAY CLOSED***


Jack didn’t get the “falling bricks” memo

The build up to visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester was HUGE for my kids. I mean, they talked about it for weeks. WEEKS. Every day at least one of them would ask when we were going, “Is it tomorrow?! How many days?”. I started to get a little concerned that all this build up would lead to a little bit of a let down, because how could it possibly match up to the imaginations of these little kids?!

Well, to put it mildly, it totally did match up. Actually, I think it exceeded even their already super high expectations. Pretty much every aspect of visiting LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester is designed to stimulate your child’s imagination, have them learn and create, run around like crazy (the way kids should), and just feel like they are in a special little world. The thing I thought about most when walking around was “WOW the attention to detail here is remarkable,” because everywhere you look there is something to catch your eye. We started out bright and early right when they opened (TIP #1: Get there when they open to maximize your visit, it gets crowded but not crazy, but getting there early gives you enough time to scope it all out first) and the first thing we saw was Lego Factory Tour where the kids learned how Legos are made.

Let me start here by saying the staff at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester was top notch. They all seemed super excited to be there, not like it was a drag (or that they were giving a spiel they had given 80 billion times already). They were engaged, happy, hands on and personable, and our tour guide was no exception. He told them all about how the bricks were made, they got to spin the wheels and push the buttons, find out what their “Lego weight” was on the special scale, and everyone got their own little LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester brick.

IMG_1374IMG_1375IMG_1376Next up we went on the Kingdom Quest Laser Ride, Papa dutifully stayed behind with the baby and my Starbucks and I felt a little bad because the ride was actually as fun for me as it was for the kids. They were just a little excited (see photo below)…

IMG_1373They give you all laser guns and instruct you where to shoot during the ride to zap the trolls and skeletons and spiders hiding behind the corners, it was more funny than it was scary (Jack, our three year old wasn’t phased by the ride at all, and he tends to get scared of “scary” rides) and I have to admit I was a little into the zapping (maybe I had the highest score of the family, but who’s counting?).

IMG_1377After the ride it was on to MINILAND, where New York’s famous skyline comes to miniature life, made from nearly 1.5 million LEGO bricks, it has EVERYTHING. Moving  airships and trains, a subway, people in all the buildings, taxis, Times Square (if you look closely at the Times Square photo you’ll see me on the “billboard”), the Subway Series, Giants Stadium, even the Guggenheim! Maybe the coolest part was that every five minutes night would fall and the entire exhibit would light up in a million tiny lights, even the bridge. This is where the attention to detail really came into play. All over the exhibit there were buttons to push (you could actually “play” the Subway Series baseball game), you could turn disco ball lights on in one building, it was so interactive and engaging, we could have spent hours there (Jack kept on coming back to this exhibit, it was his favorite).

IMG_1378 IMG_1379 IMG_1380 IMG_1369Kids are totally free to touch and explore and check everything out. There is no one telling them to keep their hands off, even for the little ones. I was nervous that Jack would get all up in the exhibits and knock something over, but those little details where he was supposed to be touching and pushing and seeing kept him so involved.

After MINILAND you enter the biggest part, where there is LEGO® Fire Academy, a HUGE jungle gym type area where kids can climb around and check out a climbing wall, slides, huge soft Lego bricks to play with, and the best part? They don’t let your little one out unless you are there to get them at the entrance, so you don’t have to stress about them wandering around on their own. It is all enclosed so they can run around like maniacs while you chill for a minute on a bench nearby. Again, the staff here really shined, Jack would go in and out, and the girl manning the gate actually would remember his name and gave him a hug when he left, it was so sweet. (TIP #2: Be sure to have kids wear socks as you need them on to go into this part).

Inside this bigger area there are a bunch of attractions. The LEGO® Master Builder Academy is where kids can go and take a little “class” from a Master Builder where they walk the kids through building a model (we did a spaceship). Again, the Master Builder was ON POINT. This guy was BORN to be a Master Builder. You know that feeling when you meet someone doing what they love doing? That’s how I felt about the guy teaching this class. It was like he was loving being there, and it really rubbed off on the kids too because his enthusiasm was so genuine. The class has a video screen of his handiwork that they follow along, and for the first time ever Levy (6 years old) successfully built a model from scratch! At the end of the class you have the option to either buy the model or leave it, zero pressure to buy it though, which was nice. (TIP #3 Take the extra time to do one of these classes, it was such a fun experience for them.)

IMG_1383IMG_1384IMG_1385It wasn’t all big kid stuff though, even Talley got in on the action in DUPLO® Village (did you know DUPLO®  bricks got their name from being double the size of LEGO® bricks?) The animal themed DUPLO Village is designed for parents and children to enjoy together, best suited for the smaller set, it has a little play area, a small slide, and lots of fun little details for them to scope out.

IMG_1381Next to DUPLO® Village was Levy’s favorite part (and sort of my favorite too), a life sized Heartlake City! I honestly like sort of swooned when I saw it, imagine being able to jump into a life sized LEGO® set, it was incredible (yes we felt like were were in the Lego Movie and it was awesome). Kids can build their own microphone and perform on the karaoke stage, I mean every detail was special. The little lamp lit up, the couch, the windows, everything! If I was a little girl I would have LOVED that part, it was so cool.

IMG_1270Now, because this post is getting on the long side (there seriously was so much I want to include), I’m going to focus just on two more attractions, BUT they do also have a movie theater with 4D shows every 15 minutes AND a really great Merlin’s Apprentice Ride where kids between 35″ tall and 48″ tall can still ride (just that they must ride with an adult). The Earthquake Tables were also a big hit with our kids, you build the tallest tower you can with as many LEGO® bricks as possible then turn up the Earthquake power on your table and stand back to see if your tower will survive! I loved to see the kids planning out their tower, really thinking about it and getting creative.

The same could be said about the LEGO® Racers: Build & Test where kids build cars and trucks and then race them against each other. Finn (8 years old) really loved this part, he went back time and time again to tweak his creations and emerged victorious more than once. He really got into experimenting with different elements to see which would make his car the fastest. Now, a bunch of you asked if it got crowded on the weekend (we were there on a Sunday) and while it was busy, it was no busier than any other kiddo centric place on a weekend, but the remarkable thing was that there seemed to be zero lines for anything. Mainly because kids just jump in and create and play wherever. The ONLY line was for the ride because it had a limited amount of kids at a time, but other than that (not a long wait either) it was really easy to just circulate and find things to do at every turn. There are big bins of Lego bricks everywhere for kids to dip into and start building and it never seemed like there was a shortage of building opportunities for anyone. (TIP #4: Weekdays are less busy, but the weekend wasn’t so busy that I wouldn’t go on a weekend day again).

IMG_1387We were lucky enough to get a sneak peek of their newest special exhibit (they change every few months or so to keep it fresh), City Builder. In a separate room it’s another
LEGO® town full of cool details only this time the kids get to build ON to this one! There are buckets of Lego bricks and the super nice Master Builder Veronica Watson (the FIRST female Master Builder! So cool!) was there to help kids make their creations possible. There was also a Heartlake City element to the City Builder exhibit, and it was all full of little details to explore, like finding lost puppies and spotting the robbers. The kids could literally build onto anything they wanted, they could add onto the buildings or create a whole new building, whatever they were inspired to create. Also, Veronica had THE coolest name tag which she changes seasonally (this one was a duck pond). OMG.

IMG_1391 IMG_1390 IMG_1389 IMG_1388IMG_1315Another really cool element was that kids could trade minifigs with any of the staff members. All they have to do is bring their own minifigs with them and then scope out the name tags of each staff member, and offer up a trade! Finn snagged a really cool guy he hadn’t seen before, he must have gone up to every single staff member to see which ones they had (another instance of super friendly staff here). TIP #5: (Be sure to bring at least one minifig to trade, this was such a fun part and the kids get to go home with something new).

IMG_1392Now, I usually have a love/hate relationship with the gift shop. After a full day of fun you don’t want to haggle with your kids on spending more money, BUT, I will say there were a few parts to this gift shop that I really liked. First, there is a part where you can create your own minifigs from a bunch of parts. Levy decided to do this as her “treat” and she created the coolest Lego chicks, totally unique to her that we wouldn’t have been able to buy otherwise. Finn nabbed a set he really wanted, but I also got a few things (Lego minifig ice trays, SO CUTE). Speaking of grown up stuff though, I have to give a shout out to Veronica for her Fashion Week Lego creation, and that Lego Guggenheim was SO AWESOME!

IMG_1364 IMG_1370I really felt like this was an experience that we all enjoyed together, there were so many different elements to check out and explore and something for all of the kids age ranges. Some of the more nuts and bolts details of LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester: the cafeteria part is clean and bright and a nice little break (healthy options abounded), super clean bathrooms, they offer birthday parties too, and it was in an awesome mall with some great restaurant options as well.

This was only but one part of our Westchester NY weekend, and I want you to tune in later on this week for Part 2 for even more info on where to stay, where to eat, and other great things to check out in Westchester (get a sneak peek on my Instagram here).

Click here to visit their website to get even more info. I can’t tell you enough how much we all enjoyed this. Thank you SO much to LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester for having us, we can’t wait to go back for another visit!

***This Giveaway is now closed and the winner has been notified via email. Thank you to everyone who entered and thank you to LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester for giving our lucky winner free passes!***

Good luck! xoxo

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this visit to Westchester County and these tickets to give away as part of a blogger family weekend. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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165 Responses to Mamatoga Review: LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester & GIVEAWAY ***GIVEAWAY CLOSED***

  1. Jeanette Porter says:

    my kids would LOVE to go!!

  2. Nichole says:

    Wiwill definitely have to go here!

  3. Jenn says:

    Looks like fun- can’t wait to try it!!

  4. Mary Daikos says:

    My kids would love this! Thanks!

  5. Mary Delorier says:

    Thanks for the review can’t wait to visit.

  6. Danielle says:

    We were thinking of going to Legoland on our trip to Florida but I think we’ll skip it and go here instead…it looks like a blast!

  7. Katie Giangiordano says:

    LIt It looks super fun! I am sure my kiddos would love to visit!!!

  8. Tammie says:

    Wow my kids would absolutely love this. I love all your reviews on places, gives us ideas indifferent things to do.. Thank you

  9. Liz says:

    We NEED to go here! My kids would have a blast!

  10. Emily VanVeghten says:

    Sounds awesome! My kids would love it!

  11. Tina L. says:

    My children would love this. They are right around your kiddos ages (9,6 & 3). Sounds like an AWESOME family adventure :-). Thank you so much for the chance to win!

  12. Kerry Covell says:

    My boys would LOVE this place!

  13. Jessica Fernandez says:

    This looks so fun!! My 3 1/2 year old would love this!!! We may have to add this to our list of spring trips!!

  14. Rachel Wallace says:

    My boys would love this!!

  15. Michele says:

    We having been wanting to take a trip there.

  16. Michele says:

    I can see a trip in our future!

  17. Katie says:

    We went to the Legoland in Boston while on vacation this past summer. It sounds like they are set up very similarily, though Boston had Boston exhibits! and seems Westchester had a few more things going on than Boston. That visit was the best part for our lego boy! but like your family! we all enjoyed it! We will defintely need to take the trip down to visit Westchester and check our the Legoland! Great review, thanks!

  18. Alicia P says:

    Thanks for the great review. We have been meaning to check this out – I think you have provided me SO many great details!!

  19. Jess Updyke says:

    This sounds like a blast! Would love to go check it out.

  20. Julianna Reed says:

    eS Sounds like everything was awesome! Attention to detail in your review was great too.

  21. JoLynn Backes says:

    What a review! Would love to win tickets!! My son would love it there!

  22. Alana Cote says:

    So awesome! I can’t wait to check it out!

  23. Jen Robertaccio says:

    Thank you for sharing, sounds fun:)

  24. Sarah says:

    What a cool experience! We’d love to check it out!

  25. Beth says:

    Great review! My kids would love it there!

  26. Kristie says:

    sso happy to see a good review! Trip advisor was filled with mostly mixed reviews…some downright bad so I am happy to see your write up. We have hesitated to pull the trigger and go but I know my 5 year old son would love it!

  27. Bridget says:

    I can’t wait to visit legoland with my boys!

  28. Becky K says:

    Ththis place looks awesome!!!

  29. Stephanie says:

    I don’t know who would be more excited, my three girls or my husband!

  30. Emily says:

    I was just looking at heading there with my boys. Thanks for such a great and detailed review.

  31. Monica says:

    Thanks so much for this review. I have been searching for a day or overnight trip to take my son and I came across Legoland Discovery Center. I wasn’t sure if it would be worth it. Your review sealed the deal! My son would love it there!

  32. Gizella DiVenere says:

    Awesome review, thank you! Would LOVE to take the kids! My husband and I grew up on legos so this would be amazing!

  33. Kate Cross says:

    Wow! I had no idea this was near us! Can’t wait to bring my fellas 🙂

  34. Erin Crowe says:

    Sounds like so much fun!

  35. Liz says:

    Sounds like an amazing experience! I would love to go with my children!

  36. Nicole says:

    Looks like fun! My kids would love it!

  37. Kate McGrath says:

    So want to check it out!!

  38. Beth says:

    It was great to read this review – have been wanting to try to go here with our family but were not sure if it would be worth the trip. Sounds like it is!

  39. Ashlee says:

    Legoland would be a total hit for my little one! Can’t wait to check it out!

  40. Trish says:

    This sounds like the Promised Land for my 3 little Lego maniacs!

  41. Mary says:

    This would be the perfect getaway for our family! Thanks for the chance to win!

  42. Kerrie says:

    This looks like so much fun!My daughter would love this.

  43. Shannon Denise says:

    Wow! This place looks amazing! So glad I saw this post, I didn’t know how much was there. My kids would love it!!!

  44. Sam M says:

    Looks like such a cool experience!

  45. Amy H says:

    This look like so much fun!!!

  46. Laura says:

    Thanks for the review! We’ve been talking about taking our boys here, but worried it would not be worth the price of the ticket to get the whole family in.

  47. Tara says:

    We would love to go finally found one that isnt to far from us. My little guy is a huge lego fanatic. All he plays with are legos he eats sleeps and repeats legos. Please pick him to go on every little boys adventure.

  48. Michelle says:

    I really enjoyed reading this review – I think both of my kids would love it. Ok, so would my husband and I!

  49. Jennie Jurkiewicz says:

    my son has had the nickname of “Lego John” for two years at school. He is so fascinated with Legos, loves to build the sets as designed, then he makes his own “mods”, to improve the design. When you ask him what he wants to be when he grows up, it’s a Lego designer! He would love this!

  50. Jennie Jurkiewicz says:

    my son has had the nickname of “Lego John” for two years at school. He is so fascinated with Legos, loves to build the sets as designed, then he makes his own “mods”, to improve the design. When you ask him what he wants to be when he grows up, it’s a Lego designer! He would love this and has started his sister on her obsession with Lego Friends sets!

  51. Heather H says:

    this looks like so much fun! My girls would love it!

  52. Brianna says:

    SSSounds like a fun trip

  53. Sara says:

    It sounds amazing!!

  54. siobhan says:

    This looks so great! How have we nit been there yet! My girls would LOVE to go!

  55. Karen Trbovich says:

    great review! Thanks for sharing.

  56. Kelly Christy says:

    Everything is awesome!

  57. Rachel says:

    What a fun trip you had! Thank you for the review. Really hoping to take our boys here sometime!

  58. Amy says:

    Some days I think my house is turning into Legoland! We would live to visit the “real” Legoland!

  59. Catherine says:

    i think my husband will be even more excited to go than the kids!

  60. Danielle Garris says:

    My son just turned 11 last month..the was a late Lego bloomer. He would be in his glory to visit here. Just last year he built his first one and as like others hasn’t stopped. Would love to visit and have fun with him! My daughter is 22 months as I know she’ll love it to. Looks like a great family day.

  61. Mari-ann says:

    What a great family trip! Thank you for the awesome review!

  62. Beth says:

    Thanks for the tips. Great review. Can’t wait to take the boys!

  63. Susan says:

    Thanks for taking the time to review and giving us ideas of places to visit on Spring break!

  64. jennifer says:

    What an amazing review! I’ve been wanting to take my son for over a year, and its great to get such fun details about what to expect!

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  66. Marcy says:

    rhanks for the amazing review! My guys are just getting into Legos and they will have a blast at lego land! Can’t wait to plan our trip and put all your great
    Tips to use. Thanks again!!

  67. Rebecca says:

    Great review! Can’t wait to go!

  68. Lori DeMarco says:

    Thanks for your review. I was just talking to my husband today about possibly going there over April break! My boys are at the perfect age and I’m sure would love it. Unfortunately we can’t afford the big trip down to Florida, so this sounds perfect!

  69. Barbara G says:

    Thank you Jenny for the detailed report of the place. We have been wanting to visit but not sure if would be worth the trip. My 5 year old little guy ís OBSESSED with Legos. Can sit for hours and put together anything. Fingers crossed we will be your random pick!

  70. Jennifer Kittell says:

    Looks like a great time!!

  71. Christina says:

    We’ve been talking about visiting Legoland with our new little Lego lover!

  72. mariann says:

    Looks like fun!

  73. Amy says:

    my kids would LOVE this!

  74. Maegan Huneke says:

    I wanted to take my son there for his birthday this past Fecember but so many things got in the way. We would love to go now!!!

  75. Rachael says:

    Thank you so much for the review. I’ve always wondered what this place was like. Will definitely try it with my boys!

  76. Samantha Lucia says:

    L. Lucia family would love this

  77. Catherine says:

    Would love to bring family. Looks like fun.

  78. Laura Klein says:

    Thanks for taking the time to write such a great review! Now we know it’s worth the trip.

  79. Kathryn Lamica says:

    My kids would love this place!!!

  80. Becky says:

    Thanks so much for the review Jenny– I had never heard of this before, definitely going to take my Lego-crazy kids!

  81. Danielle Viola says:

    this place looks great! My oldest would love it! Thanks for the detailed review!

  82. Lori says:

    WWe can’t wait to take our LEGO fan!

  83. Ryan says:

    Thank you for the review! My little one loves Legos!

  84. Sharon Brynczka says:

    So Fun! Would love to take the kids there!

  85. Nancy says:

    Would love the opportunity to take my children to see the Discovery Center on Spring Break. Glad you enjoyed it!

  86. Joy says:

    My family would absolutely love this!

  87. Michaeline Pashley says:

    Wow this place looks so fun!!!

  88. LeiB says:

    Would love to take our boys!

  89. Karen Ford says:

    looks like a great trip! We would love to visit!

  90. Lisa says:

    Oh how fun!!! Would be a great family trip!

  91. Jen Pasek says:

    Thanks for all the info. I has not even heard of this Lego treasure. It is on my family’s list now!!

  92. Amanda says:

    Looks like great family fun!!! Would love to take my boys!!!

  93. Tricia says:

    Great review! Hope to get here with my two boys soon!

  94. Tara says:

    Thanks for such a thorough review! My three kids would love going to Legoland!!

  95. Kirstin Drabek says:

    We will be in CT for Easter weekend and would love to make a trip to Legoland Westchester while we are there!

  96. Jessica Youmans says:

    Sounds like a perfect trip for our 3-boy family!!!

  97. Spring says:

    What a wonderful review! I loved th time & detail you put into it. I didnt know there was a legoland so close to us. This is wonderful news. We will be making a trip here for sure. Thank you for all the info!!!

  98. heather says:

    Thank you for sharing this. I didn’t know about this and it sounds great for my little ones!

  99. felicia says:

    ah! I didn’t know this even existed! Thank you for sharing, and opportunity to win passes!

  100. Bethany Cruson says:

    This place looks amazing. My kids would love it!

  101. shannon says:

    Ymy son would love this he turns 5 & I cannot afford to bring him and he said he would freak he would love this please please please consider us

  102. Kim says:

    pick me please

  103. Jill Caswell says:

    I never realized how much there was to do. My kids would love it.

  104. katelyn r says:

    Great review! Would love to take the little ones!

  105. Victoria says:

    Sounds like a blast! What age do you think this is best suited for? My 3 and 5 year old are lego-obsessed!

  106. Miranda says:

    Love your review! I had no idea we had this so close to us!

  107. Jessica says:

    We would love to go! Thanks for such a great review!

  108. Jaclyn says:

    This sounds like so much fun for the whole family! We would love it!

  109. Kim says:

    eeve been to Legoland California, but would love the opportunity to go here!

  110. Ann says:

    This looks amazing.

  111. Colleen says:

    Looks like a wonderful time! My boys would love it! Who am I kidding… I would love it too! 🙂

  112. Meredith Moriarty says:

    This place looks amazing!

  113. Nancy says:

    I think I want to go just as much as the kids. Keeping my fingers crossed.

  114. Nicki says:

    Thank you for the review! Its much appreciated to hear how a three year old boy may enjoy this before actually taking the trip! I was especially happy to hear that the displays should be safe, as that was one of my big fears and would have definitely kept us from visiting for a couple of years at least!

  115. Katie Igler says:

    That’s it, we are going!!! Henry will be so excited!

  116. Joy Kocsis says:

    My 2 boys would love to win these!!

  117. Lori Meehan-Richard says:

    Very EXCITED to check this Legoland out on our next trip down to NYC. My children have been wanting to go to the one if Florida. Who knew there was an interactive one located soooo close in NY. Thanks!!!!

  118. nicole l says:

    Ii don’t know who will be more excited to go my husband or my children. Eithwr way it will be a fun family day.

  119. Daiva says:

    I would love to take my kids there!

  120. Susan says:

    Would love to go, looks awesome!

  121. Sandra says:

    I’ve been trying to find something reasonably priced and near by. This would be perfect for my 4 year old triplets and my daughter too!!

  122. Milajean Manchester says:

    I would enjoy bringing my son ,he’s 24 and has at age 2 played and built the amazing things . I really think that is why he went to college for art and has become an amazing artist today.Thank you for making legoes it is an amazing toy for all ages.

  123. Stacey ostrander says:

    My little Lego builders are just waiting to go! This would be such a special treat! 🙂

  124. rebecca black says:

    This would be an amazing opportunity! Thanks for the review!

  125. Ryan says:

    I I would be the BEST Dad if I won these tickets for my 2 Lego loving boys. You made it sound Great!

  126. cindy robideau says:

    What an amazing time. Would live to take my 2 boys!

  127. bailey baker says:

    wWould love a family weekend trip!!

  128. Brenda says:

    Thank you for this excellent article! My husband and are are greatly looking forward to taking our 9 grandchildren (#10 is due in August!) to LEGOLAND® after reading how much fun you and your family had during your visit.

  129. Rhiannon says:

    Great review! Now we really want to go 🙂

  130. Nancy says:

    Sounds awesome!

  131. lori coffin says:

    Good info..thanks

  132. Christine says:

    Thank you for the great review! Looks like a great time and fun family getaway!

  133. Amy says:

    We would love to visit!

  134. KG says:

    OuOur family of 6 would love this trip – thanks for sharing!

  135. Kristen Smith says:

    gmy son goesto LegoClub at the local library. He would love seeing this place!

  136. Stephanie says:

    My best friend and I were just talking about meeting there. I would love to win these tickets so we can bring the kiddos!! Thanks

  137. Stacy says:

    This sounds like a perfect getaway for our family!

  138. Casey says:

    Thanks for the review! My three kids would love to visit Legoland xoxo!

  139. April Payan says:

    This place sounds awesome. My kiddos would love it here!!

  140. Amy says:

    great review, thanks! I look forward to going with my kids!

  141. Erin L says:

    We’ve been trying to decide on a fun family getaway that isn’t too far from home… this is a great idea, thanks!

  142. Nancy W. says:

    ThThanks for a great review! I had no idea this existed in the NY area. I’d love to check it out soon. This will also be a great place to take my friend and her kids when they come visit NY this summer!

  143. Erin H says:

    Looks like a great place! Can’t wait to go there!

  144. Scott says:

    Looks like fun!

  145. amber says:

    Wow! Looks like so much fun!

  146. Diana says:

    My huge lego fans would love to go!

  147. Christen says:

    Ah! This would be awesome to win 🙂

  148. Erika Gough says:

    My son and nephew would absolutely love this!! Thank you for the opportunity!

  149. Carina Seager says:

    W. My son (and let’s face it my husband and I too) would be so excited to go on a trip to Legoland. What a great opportunity!!

  150. Bethany Spencer says:

    My son would love this! Thank you!

  151. Colleen Halloran says:

    Sounds like Legoland would be a great part of a weekend away! Sign us up for the fun. 🙂

  152. Jessica Aiezza says:

    looks like so much fun! My son and daughter would love to go here!

  153. Krystal says:

    This would be amazing!

  154. Jennifer Sanders says:

    this looks awesome. My kids would love to do this!

  155. Alyssa Stagliano says:

    to would love to bring the kids

  156. Dan Passamonte says:

    Absolutely love Legos! Great review, You Rock!

  157. amber says:

    This would make a great spring break trip!

  158. Marcie Jordan says:

    Tthis looks so awesome! My son would love it 🙂

  159. Michele Stewart says:

    Very excited about having this in NY. Our family loves LEGOS. I hope to plan a trip in the near future.

  160. Tara says:

    Need family time with my boys and husband who works all the time. My kids eat sleep and dream legos. When my dad passed away my son built his motorcycle excatly like my dads out of legos for my mom to keep I never know how he does it but its amazing.

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  162. SueEllen H. says:

    My son LOVES Legoland!

  163. Kendall Scire says:

    My boys would love this….. haven’t been able to get away in a few years!!!!!

  164. Laura says:

    Sounds like such a great time. My Lego fan would be in heaven 🙂

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