LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta, Atlanta

2.9
Theme Park · Water / Amusement Park
Childhood (and adult) dreams can come to life at , a theme park based on the Lego building toys. Play with the interactive and educational exhibits, watch a 4-D movie, or take classes from the Lego Master Model Builder. This theme park even has small amusement rides for children, including Kingdom Quest. While Lego has theme parks located around the world, this particular site houses an exhibit called Miniland that is modeled after downtown Atlanta and its skyline. Come and experience imaginative toy structures in this larger-than-life setting. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta by using our Atlanta trip planner.
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  • This place is absolutely amazing! We loved going through and seeing all the lifesize lego replicas throughout the building! And the hands on activities with the kids are so much fun!  more »
  • Disappointing that many things weren’t working. At the beginning with so many places saying tap here to start and nothing happens, the laser guns on the ride not functioning, buttons in the LEGO...  more »
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  • Our family of 5 enjoyed ourselves at Lego land. We stayed a lot longer than expected. There's plenty to do. The 4D movie was pretty awesome, and it was the perfect amount of time to keep the attention of a 3 year old. I recommend eating before or after because the pizza is not the best, but there are other snacks. The service was friendly. We would definitely go again.
  • We attended Toddler Time for the first time today. Good time for toddlers to go. For the first hour and a half, the place was pretty empty and I didn't have to worry about bigger kids trampling over my little. I didn't like how we had to go through the GIFT SHOP to get to toddler time. That's not the first thing I wanted my 2 year old to notice upon arrival. I honestly think they could do without the story time unless it's going to be in an area away from the attractions. My son was not interested at all and was just ready to play. The bathroom, although clean, had a horrible smell. The Lego area with the water, is in NEED of CLEANING. There was A LOT of MOLD. Once I saw that, I did not allow my son to play there any longer. I also saw a lot of DUST and DIRT. A good deep cleaning would be good! The cafe was nice and had a variety of drink selections.

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