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.
Is Legoland appropriate for a 4 year old?
The answer is YES!!! LEGOLAND California is the perfect destination for families with younger kids including babies (kids under 3 are free). At first glance, you may think that your children are too young, but there is plenty to keep you and your little ones busy.
Is Legoland OK for 2 year olds?
guests under 90cm/110cm/130cm must be accompanied by an adult. driving schools: one for age 3-5 and one for 5-13s. two Lego building attractions: ages 5-12 and 5-13.
Is Legoland worth going to?
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.
Do toddlers have to pay at Legoland?
Cost: Free if you’re under 90cm! For everyone else the price varies so it’s always worth checking the website for the current price on the day you’re going. We went for free today thanks to having enough Tesco Clubcard vouchers. Tickets: Tickets must be purchased in advance.
What’s better LEGOLAND or Chessington?
Legoland is geared towards younger, primary school aged kids. Chessington is geared more towards middle school aged children, and Thorpe Park is for high school age and above. Again, go to the websites and have a look at the height restrictions.
What age goes free at LEGOLAND?
From the beginning of the Theme Park 2020 season, children 0.9m and over are charged entry to the Resort. Those under 3 years old that are accompanied by a valid adult 2019 LEGOLAND Pass holder, will receive free entry up until the expiry date of the LEGOLAND Pass.
Can Legoland be done in one day?
Hi, Yes, one day is enough at Legoland.
Can babies go on rides at Legoland?
The main height restriction at the Park is 0.9m. If children are under this height, they will be unable to go on the ride, even with an adult, due to health and safety reasons. On some attractions, children under 1.3m or 1.1m will need to be accompanied by an adult.