For the amount of "outside" production as there is, once you are inside it's a bit of a downer. Once you are in they take the obligatory group photo to bottleneck the amount of people flooding in at once. After they TRY to start out with some education as to how LEGOS are made, but they QUICKLY give up on that and let you go do whatever.
There is of coarse a lot of LEGO models displayed, and they are very unique and very cool! However there really isn't any organization to the place. Is basically becomes a free for all with kids running and screaming everywhere. There are a couple rides, but nothing better than a local carnival or fair. Also they have a play area with tubes, ladders, ropes, etc and the kids love it, but it has ZERO to do with LEGOS.
There are "discovery" stations around that are intended to be educational. Like building cars and testing then on a track, but that becomes free for all.
Basically the place doesn't really earn the name LEGOLAND. There is very little inside that you don't get other places. The LEGO models and exhibits are very cool, but not sure it's worth the price and wait.
Go to the aquarium, it's worth it.
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