Make Some New Family Memories At Legoland
By Deb Flomberg
Have you taken your family to Legoland yet? If not, then you are missing out on a whole lot of amazing family fun. If you have, then you should go again, because you probably weren’t able to see and do everything this fun destination has to offer. In fact, there are so many different activities at Legoland that you will probably need a few trips to get it all in. Grab the kids and head out for this great family adventure together.
Legoland is an entire themepark built around everyone’s favorite childhood building-block toy. There is so much to do that you may not know where to start. One of the more popular areas of Legoland is Fun Town, where you can fly Lego-planes, drive Lego-cars, pilot Lego-boats, and even work as a family to put out fires and stop robbers, Lego style. Pirate Shores is also a great place to visit, where you can get soaked in lots of great water attractions and face the dreaded lego pirates. Or visit Castle Hill to see knights, kings and queens. Cross the moat and participate in your own joust, or ride a dragon and go for an enchanted walk.Also, make sure to visit the Imagination Zone, so you can build and play with all your favorite Lego bricks, and ride some thrilling Lego rides, like the Lego Technic Coaster and the Bionicle Blaster.
While you are at Legoland, be sure to check out all the fun gift shops for all your Lego needs. You’ll find lots of great shops with so many different ways to enjoy Legos that you could easily spend the whole day just enjoying the shopping. There are also a number of live Lego shows, with a different stage located at each land, all offering its own unique Lego-style show.
Yes, a trip to Legoland is something the whole family will treasure for a lifetime. Make sure you make this trip truly special by driving there in an E63 AMG Sedan from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You will be able to arrive in style and enjoy the comfort that only a Mercedes-Benz can offer, plus you’ll have plenty of room for all the great Lego souvenirs you pick up while you are there.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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