Legoland Discovery Center Chicago is a well-known indoor family entertainment centre that offers innumerable recreational option for the entire family. The centre features 2 Lego-themed rides, 10 LEGO build, play zones, a soft play area for the little ones, a 4D cinema and much more. It’s interesting to see as to how much so much can be made from Lego and an impressive example is the Miniland which is made from over 1.5 million bricks and here you would be able to play and explore the interactive city. Have fun at the Jungle Expedition, get expert lessons at the Lego Master Building Academy, explore the Pirate Adventure Island and have fun. Whatever you choose to do, you are sure to have a great time at Legoland Discovery Center Chicago.
How to Reach Legoland Discovery Center Chicago
- Bus 606 to stop : Martingale/Drury Inn/Loews Theaters
- Bus 905 to stop : Streets of Woodfield/Carson's
Legoland Discovery Center Chicago Reviews & Ratings
Took my son and a friend who are both LEGO fans to the LEGO Discovery Center. The boys had a blast! I would have given it 5 stars is it wasn’t for the wait to get in even though I pre-bought tickets online. There was only 1 person working ticket entrance, so everyone had to form a single line outside waiting their turn, season pass holders and online purchases were told to wait in lines with everyone else buying tickets on site. After driving 2 1/2 hours to get there, we waiting in line 20 minutes until we could get inside, even though online it says “avoid the wait” with online tickets. Once inside, Everything was great.
Perfect place if you have a Lego enthusiast! Right away starts off with a Lego replica of downtown Chicago. Then it's off on a journey through the jungle (which both are incredible to see). Also some special Star Wars pieces to enjoy. We love the Knight ride were you use a lazer to shoot targets. Can catch several 4D movies on your visit. Also a fun ride where you have to peddle to make you fly. A play area for kids to climb around. Several areas to create your own Lego masterpiece and even take a special builder's class(some cost extra). There is a cafe that serves drinks and a few food options. If you plan to go here, make sure you have the time to enjoy it. Admission is around $27. Some times you can kind coupons for discounts.
Took my daughter at 3 years old and again now at 5 years old. Both times she had a blast! I can say though she had more fun now at 5 because she was able to ride both the rides and understood more. If you’re not subscribed to their email list I definitely recommend you sign up! We got our tickets for 1/2 the price and after purchasing we even got a promo for another discount!
I thought that it was very good. A little pricey but great for once a year at most. It was crowded when we were there, arrived about 12:30 on a Tuesday. It just got busier as time went on. The 4d movie was good and short. We all enjoyed the virtual reality Lego race (paid extra and it was worth it). All in all a fun time especially for my 7 year
Thank you very much. We had such a great time. I was able to visit with my parents while my 8yo played with some very nice kids and had a ball. While we were there we said, “This is so enjoyable.” It was more stressful when my child was 5 or 6 but a lot better at age 8.