My boys are huge Lego fans. Huge. I don’t think we have enough storage space or wall space to store their Lego creations and sets.

So when we had the opportunity to visit LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto, my boys were excited.

There was huge anticipation for the space in Vaughan Mills to open but heard it was a bit of a line-up and pricey.

If your kids absolutely LOVE building with LEGO, then I think they may enjoy the Discovery Centre. If they’re not big LEGO fans, they might be disappointed. You must remember, this is NOT a Legoland Park but rather a place for LEGO fans to create and build.

Children aged 3 to 10 years can run around in the LEGO playground. Kids can build LEGO at their own leisure and then race their vehicle creations down the road. They have a small ride called the Kingdom Quest Laser Ride, a 4D cinema and a Model Builder Academy.

Kids under 2 can enter free of charge. Tickets are $22 per person but $20 when you order online. My boys enjoyed the Discovery Centre for about two hours, the amount of time it takes to go through the entire centre. I’d avoid going during P.A. Days as it can get crowded. All in all, my boys had a good couple of hours and of course, bought something small from the store on the way out.

Legoland Discovery Centre

 

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LEGOLAND Discovery Centre‎

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Maria Lianos-Carbone is the author of “Oh Baby! A Mom’s Self-Care Survival Guide for the First Year”, and publisher of amotherworld.com, a leading lifestyle blog for women.

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