It is an indoor center with six main activity areas: Lego Factory, Miniland, Build & Test Center, Ride attractions and an Adventure Trail.
As you would expect from Lego, the activities are interactive, educational, creative and so much fun. At the Build and Test Center, the visitor can spend as long as they like building their Lego masterpieces. There is even a Lego Tutor who will help instruct the young and not so young on how to make some wonderful creations. You can also purchase your model and take it away with you.
One of the highlights for both children and adults is to actually see how Lego blocks are made. The visitor is able to follow the process from the raw plastic material to the finished product. You even get to take a Lego brick home as a memento. The information delivered by 'Mr Brick a Brack' is fun and very informative.
The Adventure Trail comprises of a quiz trail through the jungle. The jungle trekkers must be alert to pick up clues as they move along the route. They then use these clues to answer the quiz questions.
For those wishing to have a rest, there is the 3D/4D cinema. The special 3D effects are brilliant and will certainly keep the audience glued to the screen and ducking for cover. The 4D effect adds movement to the experience.
There is a medieval castle composed of course entirely out of Lego blocks. The kids can enjoy a bumpy ride on the Green Dragon's back through the medieval castle, meeting and interacting with an array of characters along the way.
The Hall of Fame is well done. Here, famous characters and people such as Batman and Harry Potter have been constructed out of Lego blocks.
One of the highlights is the construction of Berlin out of Lego blocks. This miniature version of Berlin contains many fine details. Several of Berlin's famous landmarks have been built. They estimate between four and five million Lego bricks have been used in its construction.
For those who need a break from Lego building or the children, there is the Soft Play zone. Here, kids can safely play on equipment such as the Jungle Gym while parents watch. For those needing some refreshments there is the Lego café which serves a wide selection of food.
It takes about 2 to 3 hours for visitors to thoroughly investigate everything on show and at the end of the day a visit to the Lego shop is in order before heading home.
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