Holidays at LEGOLAND California

Although the Park is not fully open, the LEGOLAND California Resort has created a special outdoor experience for guests to celebrate during Holidays at LEGOLAND from November 20th through January 10, 2021. You’ll be able to enjoy seasonal treats and live music performances, walk around a newly themed Miniland U.S.A and enjoy building LEGO ornaments among other building activities. In Fun Town, buildings are trimmed with twinkling lights and holiday décor. The LEGO Christmas tree will be standing 30-feet tall and constructed out of more than 245,000 forest green DUPLO bricks. LEGO characters such as Santa, Toy Soldier and Gingerbread Man will be at the park for a friendly socially distanced meet-and-greet. Families … READ MORE >>

LEGOLAND California Resort – KIDS GO FREE Deal

I tell people all the time that the best LEGOLAND California deal is the KIDS GO FREE deal promotion! Especially if you only need one day tickets for visiting guests. You get a FREE CHILD TICKET with a paid regular priced adult ticket. I know you’ve seen this buy-one-get-one deal before behind receipts at McDonald’s, KFC or other fast food restaurants. But where is it when you need it?! Every time I need it, I can’t seem to find it so I’m saving it here for future reference. After reading the fine print, I learned that the original coupon found on the back of the receipt can also be redeemed … READ MORE >>


LEGO Star Wars Days are back! Stormtroopers, Jedi and Darth Vader are taking over LEGOLAND California Resort for two weekends: June 2-3 and June 9-10, 2018! There will be galactic fun activities throughout the day such as the LEGO Star Wars Family Build Challenges, a LEGO Star Wars Miniland Scavenger Hunt, LEGO Star Wars fan gallery, costume contests, Meet and Greets, Droid Hunt with costumed fan groups, and more! Guests are encouraged to come in their favorite gear and interact with the characters. Visit an impressive fan gallery of models and photography, then be inspired to build your own. Collect participation badges (while supplies last) in a Droid Hunt game, … READ MORE >>

LEGO Ninjago Movie

New LEGO NINJAGO Movie Review + All Things NINJAGO at LEGOLAND California!

In celebration of the much anticipated film, “The LEGO NINJAGO Movie”, various LEGOLAND attractions nationwide will host themed LEGO NINJAGO Days! Join your favorite ninja – Lloyd, Jay, Kai, Cole, Zane and Nya – on themed activities such as a scavenger hunt, ninja skills challenge, LEGO build activities and more! Guests will have the opportunity to win prizes and attend a meet and greet with Kai, the Fire Ninja, and other characters from the movie. Activities are included with admissions to LEGOLAND. Activities will vary at each location but at LEGOLAND California, guests can master new skills and upgrade their weapons in training to find their inner ninja in the WB Family GameSpace featuring THE LEGO NINJAGO Movie Video Game! The event takes place on select dates at LEGOLAND locations worldwide in 2017. For a list of planned activities, attraction hours and ticket prices at each site, please visit

Guide to LEGOLAND Water Park + Giveaway!

LEGOLAND® Water Park is located inside the park (additional ticket required) at the north end of LEGOLAND® California adjacent to Fun Town (see map below). This part of the park has been opened since May 2010. It includes Legends of Chima Water Park, Pirate’s Reef, Soak-n-Sail, and new this summer – Surfer’s Cove! Surfer’s Cove features six water slides which extends 100-feet where guests can race each other for the fastest time on Riptide Racers water slides. Look for a LEGO winner’s trophy for a great photo opportunity! There’s a new spray ground called Wipeout Lagoon where multiple water jets splash on and off creating a wave effect. New eatery offers Beach Street Tacos and new seating area. Find new LEGO models throughout in beach themes – LEGO surfers, LEGO seagulls, LEGO crabs, a LEGO lifeguard, and a surfing dog model sits on top of a wave at the peak of Riptide Racers.

UPDATE: We were there June 30th, and Surfers’ Cove was nearly finished.