On Saturday we went to Legoland!!


When you are packing for Legoland, pack sunglasses, for everyone. cc


None of us had ever been. I had never heard of Legoland until I moved to California. It is close to us, less than an hour drive.


We received hopper tickets, to check the place out, in hopes that I would give an honest review.


I was excited to check out the Sea Life aquarium. I love aquariums. Before kids, S and I, took a few trips that were based on visiting aquariums.

PicsArt_1383446618568Cuties waiting to get in and check out the aquarium.


Well lets just say that the aquarium did not disappoint.


There was lot’s for the kids to do and see.

PicsArt_1383446971392Buttons, buttons, everywhere.


We could have even spent the whole afternoon just in the aquarium.



Finally we moved on to the Legoland park itself.


I took so many photos, we had such a great time, I don’t even know which ones to share with you.


The fist thing we did was, ride a roller coaster. It was K1’s first time! We’re in the third car back, she looks so tiny.


The kids even went on a ride together, alone, without mommy and daddy. They enjoyed it.


I was happy to find this download on the Legoland website that listed everything you can do when your two.  It was extra helpful considering K2 is not quite two yet. He wasn’t able to go on very many rides, so we tried to stick to the list as much as possible.


I loved that Prince Charming has a cell phone, also made of Legos, and it’s an iPhone. We saw him while floating down Fairy Tail Brook.


We spent a good amount of time in Duplo Village. It was great for both kids.


Most people aren’t this happy to be locked up.


Mini Land USA was great to walk through and look at. There are buttons here and there that the kids can press, which kept them interested and entertained.


Daddy and K1 also drove a remote control boat there. That was a fun new experience. K1 had no idea what she was doing, at least not yet.


I don’t believe that this is a year round exhibit, but we had to see Star Wars. There are too many Star Wars fans in our life to pass this up. Forgive me, because I am not one of those Star Wars buffs, and I’m about to say something wrong. That plane thing, yea I just said that, was cool. The back lite up and made noises like it was taking off.


Somewhere in Castle Hill they had this cool playground. Climbing and sliding, perfect for both of my kids (even though it is intended for kids ages 5-12)


Note to mom’s. Do not go down any of the slides in here, with your cell phone in your back pocket. Why, you might ask? Because it will fall out and you will lose it. Not that it happened to me or anything.


We wrapped up the day at Pirate Shores with a water ride. Daddy and K1 needed some ride time together. This ride could be why we are all still sick today, but it was fun.




I had kind of written off Legoland. I don’t know why, but it never called to me. Recently I figured it might be good for the kids to check out. Everything I had heard about it was that it is designed for small kids. After visiting Legoland, and having a great time, I was wrong. I felt there was something there for everyone, and now I want memberships for us!


They offer activities through their Model Mom club on Thursday mornings that my kids would both enjoy.


Although seriously K2 needs to sprout up 2.5″ before we go again, and next time I wanna stay in the Lego Hotel. It looks like so much fun!

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8 Responses to 'Legoland!!!'

  1. Athena says:

    OMG that looks like such a great day! THanks for sharing.

  2. Elisebet F says:

    How fun! My son would love the train. We’ve never been to Legoland either. There’s one in Central Florida, and we do get down that way occasionally, but we haven’t had time to visit that park yet. One day we probably will.

  3. This looks like it was such a fun time. There are so many amazing pictures.

  4. Farrah says:

    Number one: I love that you baby wear!
    Number two: I wish Legoland was near us. It looks like so much fun. My boys would love it!

  5. Coolchillmom says:

    Thanks for the review
    I am always wondering about it
    Now because of you we will try it out

  6. I love this, I have always wanted to visit Legoland! We live in Alaska and are limited to the activities. It’s awesome that you baby wear!

  7. Gina says:

    I wish I lived near Legoland. It looks like you guys had a great time.

  8. My boys would LOVE Legoland! I don’t even know where one is near me. Maybe Florida? I am going to have to look into it and see if we can plan a vacation near one!

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