We went on a Friday (28/7) with young kids aged 3-7. They had lots of fun.
The submarine ride is nice, and the splash battle was fun even for adults. However a few rides were closed on the day (for maintenance?) and the movie in Lego City was cancelled last minute.
There were queues for most rides and I think the longest we waited was almost an hour for the SQUID surfer. Other rides took an average of 20 mins.
This is how we planned the day and it worked out quite well. Managed to do most of the rides:
-if you take the aonomi line train from Nagoya station, check if they have nonstop trains that morning. It's about 10 mins faster than the regular trains. I found the schedule at the train website but it's in Japanese only. We took the nonstop train but it's not the legoland themed train - just a normal looking train.
-there is a security check before you get to the gate but it was quite fast. I don't think you are allowed to bring food and drinks into the park but we got in with bottled water.
-arrive early when the park opens. Buy tickets in advance so they just need to scan at the gate. We got a family pass online in advance.
-once inside the park, ignore everything and go straight to Adventure (on the right side) and do the submarine ride first. While waiting you can go back to Bricktopia and book a Lego class at the Robotic Centre. Suggest to get the last time slot of the day because it's near the exit.
-then go around the park in an anti clockwise direction.
-check the shows schedule (there is a QR code on the park map)
-bring a raincoat for the splash battle. You can get very wet. (But they also have body dryers in case you get soaking wet. )
-buy soft drinks from vending machines. It's 30% cheaper than from the restaurants and it's not from a soda fountain.
-long queues at the burger place even at 2pm so probably try to eat earlier or even later if possible
-leave shopping until the very end as there is a Big Shop near the exit.
-do the photo taking near the entrance area at the end of the day when the rides are closed for the day.
We were there from 10am to 6:30pm and did probably 80% of the park. Did not have time for Miniland at all... We could have spent more time in the play areas and Lego free play areas as well but unfortunately ran out of time. We also didn't manage to see the live show because it clashed with the Lego class.
The park is not big but you can easily spend a whole day there. Worth a visit if you have young kids.
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