We visited Lego Discovery Center with our 5 year old in July 2014, on a Friday afternoon. My son had fun even though he is not a huge Lego fan. The Discovery Center is a bit difficult to find as it is nestled among numerous shops and does not have a sign on the main road.
The check in was very quick. However, the forced queue stages to wait for an elevator and then watch an intro video about the attraction were a bit long. The video at the factory (1st attraction stop) was not impressive. It is too busy for the eyes and too much movement on the screen.
The ride was enjoyable and we went twice on it. It is a medieval ride and you shoot the bad guys to save the princess. Similar to some of the Disneyland themed rides.
The main attraction Large Boston-themed Lego displays were impressive to look at with some activity for the kids (push the buttons to reveal some type of an action by the characters on display).
The playscape for kids was fun and our son spent a lot of time there. Bring your own socks (there is an option to purchase them at the cafeteria for a dollar). Lego 4D mini-movies and a whirling ride were enjoyable as well.
Did not see a water station to refill a water bottle but plenty of sanitizer stations around. Staff did not seem engaged but were nice and helpful when approached with a question.
A benefit of a Friday afternoon visit - no waiting for any of the rides or activities. We stayed for 2.5 hours and that was plenty of time for a visit. The attraction is good for younger children (7 and under).
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