While LEGOLAND California Resort is built for kids ages 2-12 years old , our education experiences are geared towards grades K-8.
With mega-theme parks like Disney World and Universal Orlando nearby, we get accustomed to the best-of-the-best when it comes to theming, rides and entertainment on a family vacation. So if you want my short answer, then yes… Legoland is totally worth it .
Best Age for LEGOLAND – 6-9 Years : If there was a prime age for LEGOLAND, the 6 – 9 age group would likely fit the bill. There are almost no height requirements that they won’t reach, and there is so much to do. The Dragon Coaster – The Dragon Coaster is a perfect intro roller coaster for kids, and is legitimately fun.
What are the on the day walk-up ticket prices to LEGOLAND California?
|TICKET TYPE||1-Day Adult||1-Day Child|
|LEGOLAND||Starting at $95.99||Starting at $89.99|
|In-Park Only Water Park Upgrade Must have existing LEGOLAND admission ticket||$30||$30 (Toddlers age 1-2 years: $5)|
You can choose between visiting the amusement park only or combine it with the water park, Sea Life Aquarium or both. Purchasing your tickets from the LEGOLAND website is also the best choice if you ‘re planning to visit the park for only one day . Costco members can also save big on ticket prices.
The Carlsbad Airport (CLD/CRQ – McClellan-Palomar) is located just 3 miles from LEGOLAND California Resort . The San Diego Airport (SAN – San Diego) is located approx. 35 miles from LEGOLAND California Resort .
Due to the global COVID -19 pandemic, we have been forced to temporarily close our Resort and, since the temporary closing of the Resort is due to circumstances beyond our control, we are currently rescheduling all existing LEGOLAND Vacations package reservations.
Legoland (trademark in uppercase as LEGOLAND ) is a chain of family theme parks focusing on the construction toy system Lego. They are not fully owned by The Lego Group itself; rather, they are owned and operated by the British theme park company Merlin Entertainments.
Outside food and drink is not permitted in the Park, however, water, small snacks and items required for medical, religious or specific dietary purposes are permitted.
The billionaire Danish family that owns Lego is taking back ownership of Legoland , 14 years after selling off a large stake in a time of financial crisis. It owns 75% of the Lego Group, and had already owned about 30% of Merlin Entertainments.