Legoland is one of my family’s favorite places to visit. Tatiana is obsessed with going there! I think we would be there every single day if it was up to her. Our first trip to Legoland was when T was just 2 and she has been in love ever since. I think the combinations of colors, activities, and just the atmosphere of Legoland keeps her wanting to come back for more.
On our first visit, we didn’t get to experience much because Tatiana wasn’t tall enough for a lot of the rides. By the time we got half way through the park she was exhausted. 2 years and a few growth spurts later, she was able to ride literally everything. She even got on her first rollercoaster! I was so scared, but she didn’t scream once.
We walked through Miniland and took photos with Darth Vader. Call me a weirdo, but I’m a Star Wars fanatic (I’ve seen all 6 movies in the original order). The kids had tons of fun seeing the different cities. One of the things that I love about Legoland is it’s tons of fun but also interactive and educational. I mean, where else can you show your kids California, New York, Las Vegas, and Washington D.C. at the same time?
Legoland’s maps are fun and great for kids who want to plan out their own day (or at least think they’re planning the day). Tatiana loved looking at the map and picking where we should go next. After getting off of the rollercoaster, Tatiana directed us to the Ford Jr. Driving School where she got to test out the cars and receive her very own Driver’s License.
Legoland has so much to choose from including a toddler playroom, a waterpark, rollercoasters, restaurants, face painting, a driving and boating course, character meet & greets, and so much more! It’s almost impossible to get through everything in one day, especially when you have little ones. That’s why the 2-day park pass is the best option, and trust me you’ll want to go back on the second day.