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Best Times to Visit LEGOLAND
Best Times to Visit LEGOLAND
One-day admission to LEGOLAND is $95/adult and $89/child (ages 3–12) for a ticket that is good any time, and $88/adult and $82/child for tickets purchased online at least seven days in advance. Tickets are also available in a variety of combinations that include LEGOLAND, Sea Life Aquarium, and Water Park. Typically, if you purchase tickets that include two or more of these options in advance, you'll get a second day free. Tickets are also available at a discount as part of the Southern California CityPASS. If you plan to visit more than once in a year, an annual pass, called LEGOLAND Membership, is available at varying levels (some with blackout dates) from $149-$269. The Ambassador Resort Program offers lifetime admission and bunch of other perks for a mere $3,000/member. For discounts on regular admission, look for deals at Costco, AAA, ARES Travel, and through Entertainment Book. You may also find coupons in LEGO packages and in the LEGO Club Magazine (kids can sign up for free). To reduce time wait times at LEGOLAND, consider purchasing Reserve 'n Ride, which allows guests to reserve times to ride 13 of the most popular attractions. Cost varies from $25/person (reduce wait times by 25%) up to $100/person (reduce wait times by 90%). It's not needed most of the time, but if you visit during a very busy period, consider purchasing Reserve 'n Ride.
To get the most out of LEGOLAND’s unique entertainment, visit during one of the many seasonal special events. Generally, LEGOLAND closes before dark, but during summer months when the park is open later, there are usually fireworks shows Thursdays–Saturdays. At Halloween time, the Brick-or-Treat Celebration brings extra haunted surprises to visitors, including Howlin’ Howlie, the wandering werewolf. And during the Holiday Block Party, kids can sit with LEGO Santa and marvel at the 30’ LEGO Christmas tree. Check the LEGOLAND website for special events and park hours.
After spending the day playing with seemingly endless piles of LEGO bricks, it’s nearly impossible to leave the park without taking a few home. For everything from individual LEGO® bricks to entire kits, LEGOLAND is the place to shop. The park even offers a shopper’s pass, which allows you up to one hour of shopping time without paying for park entry. If you spend more than $20 with your pass, parking will be refunded. For those spending the day in the park, ask for package pickup and purchases will be waiting at the park exit when you leave. Below is a list of favorite shops at LEGOLAND:
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