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Legoland® California is a theme park inspired by the ultimate children’s toy - Lego! With exciting rides, roller coasters, and playgrounds suitable for children (and adults!) of all ages, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy. Book your tickets in advance to save time and money on the day.
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5 tips for visiting the Legoland California

Legoland California | Photo: wiredforlego CC-BY-SA 2.0
Make sure that your kids bring a Lego Minifigure from home - throughout the day you’ll notice that the park employees have Minifigures attached to their badges. If you spot a Minifigure you like then feel free to ask them to trade with you! There are also trading posts throughout the park so your children can make sure they leave with the coolest figure, and you can also buy Minifigures in the various stores.
Legoland California | Photo: Josh Hallet CC-BY-SA 2.0
Download the Legoland California Resort mobile app (available on iOS and Android) and make sure you have the easiest day. You can use the app to buy tickets, check ride wait times and show times, and check out dining options. It also includes an interactive map, so you don’t need to carry a paper map around with you all day.
In addition to 4D shows which play throughout the day, kids will enjoy meeting the stars afterward! Meet the characters from the Lego Movie 4D, Lego City 4D - Officer in Pursuit, or Lego Ninjago - Master of the 4th Dimension at locations in their themed areas throughout the day.
If you’re visiting with children under two, make sure to download or collect the park’s guide for parents of toddlers: What to Do When You are Two. It will help you plan your day so that the smallest family members have just as much fun as everyone else!
Adults who want to ride with older children but also have kids too small for a particular ride can take advantage of Legoland’s Parent Swap policy. That way one person can wait with the smaller children while the other rides, then switch without having to wait in line again.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s there to do inside Legoland California?

Legoland California has over 60 attractions, rides, and shows spread over 9 themed areas! Visitors can enjoy rides and themed games in Lego Ninjago World, the Imagination Zone, the Land of Adventure, Castle Hill (where there be dragons), on the Pirate Shores, learn to drive in Fun Town, ride the carousel in Lego Friends Heartlake City, or meet dinosaurs on Explorer Island. Each area also has food options and themed stores when you need a break from lines and rides. Read more.

What’s the deal with the Water Park?

The Legoland Water Park is a separate park, though connected to the main Legoland Park, and tickets can be bought separately or as part of a combined ticket. It includes pools, rides, slides, and lazy rivers, plus lots of opportunities to build with Lego and Duplo blocks! Part of the water park, the Legends of Chima themed area, is reopening in summer 2019 with even more fun activities for visitors of all ages. Read more.

What age group is Legoland California designed for?

The park is aimed at families with children aged between 2 and 12, but there’s no reason older children won’t enjoy their experience, especially if they love Lego. There are a couple of rides which have a taller height restriction and are a bit more intense, but serious thrillseekers will probably prefer a trip to Universal Studios, Disneyland, or Six Flags Magic Mountain. There’s also plenty to do for children under the age of 2, including a DUPLO play area, water fountains to splash in, and gentle rides with plenty to see. Read more.

What are the options for eating and drinking inside the park?

You can’t bring outside food and drink inside the park, except for water and food necessary for medical or religious reasons, or food needed to meet specific dietary requirements. There are plenty of food options available to enjoy inside the park, from burgers and pizza to BBQ, Bánh Mì, and ramen, all priced at rates comparable with other amusement parks. Read more.

How long should I plan for a trip to Legoland California?

Visiting the main Legoland park will take you a whole day - it has over 60 rides, shows, and attractions so there’s a lot to see and do! If you want to visit the water park and SEA LIFE aquarium as well then you’ll probably need to purchase a 2-day pass in order to enjoy everything thoroughly, and if you’re visiting with children then you might even want to stay longer to enjoy everything at a more leisurely pace. Read more.

General information

opening hours

The Park is open from 10 am daily (with selected rides opening at 9.30 am for those staying in a Legoland California Resort hotel) and closes between 5 pm and 6 pm, depending on the day of the week and season. There may be occasions when the park is closed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays for maintenance or special events, please check before booking your tickets.


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Prices for 1 day passes to Legoland California only begin at $119 for adults and children when bought on the gate on the day of your intended visit. Child prices apply to children aged between 3 and 12 years, children under the age of 3 can enter free of charge. An upgrade to include the Water Park costs an additional $30 for adults and children (or an additional $5 for toddlers aged 1-2) when bought inside Legoland California.

how to get there

Legoland California is located 30 minutes drive north of San Diego and 1 and a half hours south of central Los Angeles. Parking costs $25 for cars and motorcycles and $35 for camper vans/RVs and preferred parking spots. Buses and bicycles can park for free.
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