We had a great 2 1/2 day visit with our 9 and 4 year old boys. This park is not geared for older teens so take that into account when your read some of the negative reviews. With the aquarium and waterpark, Legoland is now a multi-day attraction. It is not a massive park with 100 rides--look elsewhere if this is what you want. If crowded (like on our 3rd day) you will struggle to do everything in the park in one day. We found the park to have a good amount of rides for the younger set and separate play areas for the kids. There is some very good food available as well as shows. Lots of shade and clean restrooms. I do agree with folks that some of the lego structures and figures have taken a beating from the sun, but this is a minor quibble. Also, I felt a few too many rides were closed for "annual maintenance" given the projected spring break crowds. The waterpark is very nice (with heated water) but it was a bit chilly for March. The aquarium is nicely done (with lots of cool lego figures) but I consider it more a side attraction for a couple hours than a premier destination. Overall, Legoland (particurlarly for a multi-day stay) is a reasonable value. I talked with plenty of happy people at the park (even in lines) and plan on coming back again.
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