Thursday, October 22, 2015

Legoland!

A few weeks ago a couple of my teacher friends found out that the local LegoLand Discovery Center was holding a teacher's night. We all jumped at the chance to go explore and have a fun night after school, plus it was free!
We were seriously big kids released into a lego maniac's paradise. Every figurine was a photo opportunity and were laughing and joking as we explored. The first big exhibit is the city recreated in Lego. Not to scale (or geographically accurate), but awesome none the less!
It had all the details, even done to the marathon finish line. We also enjoyed some rides, the 4D movie, and building and racing cars!
It was a super fun night, away from school with friends. Seriously, if you ever get to go, go!

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15 thoughts on the matter:

Brea said... {Reply}

I need to take my kids (here in Atlanta). I know my boys would love it!

Nicki said... {Reply}

it is amazing what all they can do with legos - and by they I mean anyone that doesn't live in my house. I'm not ashamed to admit that I celebrated that my children were sufficiently satisfied with the lego store at Disney and never really wanted to bring them home.

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

That sounds like such a fun visit!! I'm always amazed with what can be made out of Legos!

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

we have one here too. my favorite part is the city recreation!

Adrienne said... {Reply}

Like I said....got to find me a littl kid!!! I just LOVE the Boston stuff (I know, big surprise!)

Rebecca said... {Reply}

It sounds wonderful. I always enjoyed playing with Legos with my kids.

Gina Kleinworth said... {Reply}

How fun! I didn't know they had these anywhere but San Diego. Cool!

Karen S. said... {Reply}

Oh my goodness, I am as are all my children, and well now their children as well LEGO lovers! This is incredible. I've going to share this with my own little Lego dream girl! (She just recently got the new Scooby-Doo creations! Great shots.

Karen S. said... {Reply}

I remember the location now for the milk bottle is from Boston Mass. outside Children's Museum!

abrianna said... {Reply}

I was confused there for a moment as the Legoland closest to us is a couple of hours and I thought-you went to/F/L/ on a school night?

Glad you had fun and I too like the details they added.

Kathy McB said... {Reply}

So fun. There was a huge Lego exhibit at the Franklin Institute that was here recently too!

Sharon said... {Reply}

Awesome place! I didn't know Boston has a Legoland. I'm hoping to take my grands to the Legoland in Carlsbad some day :)

Snap said... {Reply}

I bet this was a lot of fun. Legos are great, but a night out with friends and legos ... almost perfect! :)

Jill Foley said... {Reply}

Fun! I've been to the one in Chicago and it was amazing to see all the creations! Now I feel like we have a mini one in our house - my oldest is a Lego fanatic...we recently had to move her into her own room (she and her sister have always shared)because the lego creations were taking over!

Kim Cunningham said... {Reply}

I'm always amazed by the creations and the precise details. It's really a sight to see. My kids loved the one at Disney.