Lego Land After Dream Cruise
Not sure if any of the Mouse Padders get to this forum but here goes. We are planning to see Lego Land Fl after our Dream Cruise. Just wondering if anyone else has been there and what they think of their experience. I have a seven year old grandson who is big into legos so thought this would be a good experience. Thanks in advance for comments.
01-27-2012 02:27 PM
Wishes he could be watching Wishes.
We just got back from a Legoland/Disney/Universal trip. Legoland is a very good place for kids your grandsons age. The rides arn't too fast, and don't last too long. My kids are 11,11, and 10. They had fun, but thought the rides were a little kiddie. They much prefer Universals rides. We probably won't go back just because they're getting too old, but its great for younger kids. You can search online for codes for free kids ticket with adult ticket purchase.
Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize.
-1 Corinthians 9:24
I have been to the LegoLand in California.
I agree that the rides are more for little kids than older kids.
If you are going for rides, LegoLand is very inferior to WDW (and still comes with a cost of $75 per day).
But there are a few unique concept very kid friendly rides.
If you are going to see some incredible Lego building sculptures, It is awesome.
For someone who builds with Lego it would be comparable to a painter visiting the Louvre (ok not quite as spectacular, but similar in concept).
I only wish the kids would have let me spend more time looking at the Lego sculptures, I think that part bored them a bit.
I really think that LegoLand should have been done as a sub-section of Disney World. Disney licences many of the characters to Lego already.
(I have heard that Lego already has a contract with someone else to build their theme parks.)
Disney should have made some sort of deal with Lego, allowing Lego to make sets with Disney characters in return for Disney being able to build a theme area based on Lego.
Lego should stick to building toys, it does that better than anyone else in the world.
Disney does theme parks better than anyone else (although the gap between them and their competition is shrinking).
I may take a side trip to LegoLand Florida on my next WDW visit.
How long does it take to get to LegoLand from WDW?
Would it even be reasonable to do this by Taxi?