LEGOLAND® California
LEGOLAND® California
LEGOLAND® California

LEGOLAND® California Tours and Tickets

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Unleash your imagination at LEGOLAND® California, a theme park built entirely out of colorful plastic LEGO® building blocks. With more than 60 rides, shows, and attractions, this 128-acre (52-hectare) theme park offers fun for the whole family. Modeled after the original LEGOLAND in Denmark, it’s the first of its kind in the US.

  • One LEGOLAND Drive, Carlsbad, California, 92008

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What are people saying about LEGOLAND® California

Candis_B, Aug 2023
1st time at Lego Land
The multiple playground locations were a big hit for the kids. All areas of the park are easy to access by walking.
Amy_C, Aug 2023
Phenomenal!
This was a second visit for some of the family, albeit 16 years apart. We were thrilled to find some of our favorites still there and enjoyed experiencing new attractions! The joy and excitement in the 5-year-old was wonderful! We’ve already started planning our next visit within the year!
Holger_F, Jun 2023
A shortwhile, exhausting day with kids
Great park for younger kids, staff is extremely focused on (safety) procedures even if they are particularly doubtful as the processes are massive slowed down and cause long waiting times.
john_f, Oct 2022
Legoland rocks
Legoland was clean and not intense like other amusement parks. Liked the balance of amusements and self play areas for kids
Frequently Asked Questions
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Q:Is one day enough for LEGOLAND California?
A:No. There are three separate attractions at LEGOLAND® California: LEGOLAND Theme Park, the SEA LIFE® Aquarium, and LEGOLAND Water Park. At times of year when the lines are long, LEGOLAND Theme Park alone can take a full day. It’s worth buying a 2-day ticket so the family can experience all three destinations.
Q:Can I go to LEGOLAND California without reservations?
A:No: Even members and pass holders need to make an advance reservation for LEGOLAND California, although guests at LEGOLAND California hotels do not. Non-members can reserve dated tickets for LEGOLAND California by booking online in advance. This also lets you confirm the park is open when you plan to visit.
Q:Can you bring water and snacks into LEGOLAND California?
A:Yes. You can bring bottled water, baby food, and small snacks that don’t need heating or refrigeration into LEGOLAND California. You can also bring any food that’s necessary for religious or medical reasons. You are not allowed other food and drink, alcoholic beverages, or glass containers (except for baby food jars).
Q:Is there parking at LEGOLAND California?
A:Yes. There is ample paid parking at LEGOLAND California, with reentry possible throughout the day on a single ticket. Accessible parking is located near the park entrance but requires a valid placard, while there are charging stations for electric vehicles at the Castle Hotel and LEGOLAND Hotel parking lots.
Q:Is LEGOLAND California worth it?
A:That depends on the age of your family. LEGOLAND California says it targets kids aged 2–12, but many tweens will find most of the rides at the theme park too tame. Many families find the theme park most suitable for kids under 8, although the water park has racers and a flume.
Q:What should you not miss at LEGOLAND California?
A:The LEGOLAND California Theme Park includes the 2-acre (0.8-hectare) LEGO® MOVIE™ World, featuring Emmet’s Flying Adventure, a virtual flight through the movie universe with 4D technology. Science-loving kids aged 9 and up will love the Mindstorms robotics workshops, while Miniland USA features LEGO recreations of your favorite US cities.