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As I see my son get older each time I plan a trip to LEGOLAND I always think he is going to say I am too old for that. But reality is he loves visiting LEGOLAND. I am sure part of his love for the visit to the park has to be with the super huge and amazing LEGO store, but for as long as he wants to visit, I will keep taking him.
LEGOLAND is a great place to visit for the holidays. Not only the park is decorated beautiful for the holidays but also you get to enjoy extra long hours and my favorite, the apple fries.
We also enjoy visiting SEA LIFE® aquarium and LEGOLAND® Hotel. The SEA LIFE aquarium has a special holiday themed daily dive show and other winter craft activities. LEGOLAND Hotel is also ready with festive decorations that show the holiday spirit. and even a LEGO Christmas tree. Kids can also enjoy special holiday themed games and story time at the castle.
Although Christmas has passed, you still have time to visit LEGOLAND for the grand finale of the Holidays. Midnight comes early at the annual Kids’ New Year’s Eve party. This celebration starts with special musical performances on Fun Town Stage and Heartlake City. Then, the party moves to San Francisco in Miniland U.S.A. where, like the famous Times Square party, Kids’ New Year’s Eve features a countdown followed by a huge LEGO brick dropping 22 feet into 2018 and spectacular fireworks at 6 p.m. to end the night. What a great way for little ones to celebrate the arrival of 2018!!!
For more information and to buy your tickets visit http://www.LEGOLAND.com or call (760) 918-LEGO (5346).