Kids love this place, even adult will loves this place. Full with rides suitable for young kids to adult (old kids?). One day is not enough if you truly wants to explore the whole park. Recommended
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We visited Legoland in July and had an amazing family day. We had considered staying nearby but in the end drove to the park. This was fine and arriving around 9.30am we found ample parking and relatively quiet autobahns en route from the south. The...More
My kids loved all the giant lego-built animals and miniature cities. Also drawn into the lego factory where they can choose and buy weird lego parts. Stay at their Lego castle which located next to the amusement park for extra treat to your kids.
I've been there four times with my son. Each time we had a gorgeous experience. Ideal for families, for groups of friends, for kids and teenagers and for adults as well. Fun Park with attractions built in Lego, funny games, enjoyable entertainment and lots of...More
We spend one and half days at Legoland. I would say 2 full days are sufficient to comfortably cover everything. The waiting time for most rides was reasonable. Rides were suitable for most ages. I would recommend having one adult per child since most rides...More
We stayed in the cottages which are all LEGO themed and had back entrance to LEGOLAND. This is quite unbelievable to look at with everything made out of Lego. A real treat if you have children, so much to see.
This is sure one of the best amusement parks we have been to. Its got a lot of activities and ride for all age groups. The most popular rides are well managed. We went just at the start of the season so it was not...More
We decided to visit LEGOLAND Germany rather than the one in England where most Irish families would usually go. We thought it would work out cheaper not having to change to sterling, flying into a ryanair airport etc. Not sure if it did work out...More