If you’re looking for a day filled with an adrenaline rush with a vibrancy of colour and an environment your kids will love, ‘Legoland,’ is just the right place for you!! The first ever theme park that was designed exclusively for children, opened its doors to the general public in 2016 and has been a phenomenal success with the junior audience ever since.
Once you’ve arrived at the park, you have four themed lands for you to choose from – ‘Imagination,’ ‘Adventure,’ ‘Kingdoms’ and ‘Lego City;’ each land bringing along with it a uniquely different experience altogether.
You can pick up a map of the park at the entrance and finalise on the timing of shows you want to be part of – ‘The Lego Movie,’ ‘Nexo Knights,’ as well as the ‘Ninjago puppet show,’ and hence timing your day is off utmost importance during your visit to the park.
The Lego City is a great starting point for kids, with umteen number of activities that are sure to keep your kid entertained.The‘Driving School,’ ‘Junior Driving School, ‘Boat School,’ ‘Rescue Academy,’ ‘CityAirport’ and ‘SeaPort’ – a climbing and free play area; are some of the fun filled attractions waiting for you.
Designed with some of the most thrilling rides of the park – there’s the ‘Merlin’s Flying Machine,’ ‘Dragon’s Apprentice (mini roller coaster – expect a few thrills)’ and the ‘Dragon– a full-sized roller coaster!’
Geared towards the building and nurturing of creativity in the younger kids is a handful of attractions- the ‘Master Builders Academy,’ ‘Friends and Duplo Valley – lots of outdoor climbing games, giant building blocks’ and finally the ‘Duplo Express,’ train kids love to catch
This zone is experienced at its best when both the indoor and water activities are open, at the same time. The submarine takes you underwater with Lego and real sea life on an underwater mission. The ‘Lost Kingdom Adventure,’ and if you were willing to get a little wet, ‘Wave Racers,’ and much more is what you’re destined to enjoy here.
A completely air-conditioned indoor Middle Eastern city landscape is what ‘Miniland,’ has to offer. Some of the models of the ‘Pyramids,’ ‘Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque,’ enable kids to even crawl through the structures and experience the beauty of the buildings first hand.
The most important element of your trip to ‘Legoland,’ is to be well informed about the height restrictions that are strictly followed within the park. We’ve given you a guideline here below.
There are multiple ways for you to reach the ‘Legoland Theme Park,’ one possible option is for you to simply take a taxi and reach the destination. Another way would be for tourists to avail the bus services that follow. The bus departs from ‘Ibn Battuta Metro Station,’ taking you to the park with a stopway at the ‘Gardens at Jebel Ali,’ just before.
Tourists can avail three types of tickets, depending on their requirement. The cost for the tickets is approximately INR 5335 per head. Please keep in mind that kids under three years of age, have a free entry and do not require a pass to any of the parks.
The entry ticket to the ‘Water Park,’ costs you about INR 5335 per head, while the ticket for both the ‘Legoland Dubai’ and the ‘WaterPark’ is about INR 5723 per head.
Tourists can also avail the ‘Annual Pass,’ which entails all the ‘FourParks’ at a cost of INR 13, 482 per head and a ‘VIP Annual Pass,’ accounting for INR 19, 302 per head.
First time visitors to the park need to keep in mind that the timings vary in accordance to the day of your visit. The ‘Legoland Theme Park,’ is open from 10:00 am to 06:00 pm between ‘Saturday and Wednesday.’
The Working hours on Thursday to Friday on the other hand, is from 10:00 am to 08:00 pm. The theme park remains open on all the days of the week.
Want to experience Legoland with your kids? Then take a look at our Kids friendly tour packages to Dubai.
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