Our family of 4 (kids ages 11 and 7) spent $80 to see maybe 5 rooms of Legos. It isn’t worth the money for what you get. This place is way overpriced.
First, we stood in line outside for about a half an hour. Once inside, we were directed to the Chicago room where you can see a layout of downtown Chicago. It was okay, but nothing to rave over. There were so many people that they held us in that room until the next room was clear. The next room is the Jungle room. You can see some monkeys, lizards, a hippo, a croc, and some people made out of Legos. Next, you go down a neon hall that leads to another large spider, then into a room with Batman, Darth Vader, R2D2, Indiana Jones, and a troll. After that, you can go on the Lego ride, which is very boring and slowly winds through a tunnel with more Lego stuff. You can go into the “Factory” to see how Legos are made. Now, don’t let this fool you. The real factory is not in this place of course. It’s a pathetic fake show that is geared towards young children. Each person does get a free Lego brick out of it though; however, I view it as 4 bricks for $80: the price of admission.
One post mentioned that you go to IKEA instead. I highly agree! We went there afterwards and probably enjoyed that place more!
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