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Making Your Way to LEGOLAND
Making Your Way to LEGOLAND
By Car—Southern California freeways are legendary for being crowded and difficult to navigate, but getting to LEGOLAND by car is relatively easy; just be sure to allow extra time for traffic. Located just off I-5 in Carlsbad, LEGOLAND is about 50 miles south of Disneyland and 25 miles north of San Diego. Take the Cannon Road exit and go east (away from the ocean), following the signs. Plenty of parking is available at the park ($15 cars, $20 campers/RVs, $5 motorcycles, $25 preferred parking). A drop-off area is on the left before the parking toll booths. Look for the big WELCOME structure made of LEGOs®!
By Bus—If driving sounds stressful, check with your hotel to see if there is a shuttle service available to LEGOLAND. Another option is public transportation, which can be a fun adventure as long as you plan ahead and know your route. For fares, schedules, and more information, call the NCTD (North County Transit District) at 760-722- 6283. If traveling from Los Angeles County, contact the Metro system (see page 23). Southern California Gray Line also offers transportation. See their website for details.
LEGOLAND is open every day except Tuesday and Wednesday when schools are in session. The water park is typically only open on weekends during the warmer months and not at all during the winter, so definitely check the online calendar before you go. As long as the park is open, almost any day is a good day to visit—it doesn’t see the huge crowds that other parks get. The park opens at 10:00 am and stays open until 5:00 pm, staying open as late as 6:00 pm or 7:00 pm on weekends and/or holidays. To beat the crowds, plan to arrive about 10 to 15 minutes before opening. This allows time to purchase park tickets and have any children measured for wristbands. Once the park opens, most rides will have no lines for the first hour.
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