Given the brand, Lego, I would expect more build areas for the kids. The main attraction was the large play structure where all the kids spent most of their time. I took my 7 year old and my 10 year there expecting more information about Lego (background, history, competitions, etc) as well as more area for creativity. (Isn't that what Lego represent). It was a bit pricey for the little that was offered.
Although we've been to Legoland, I did not have the expectation that it would be anything close to that caliber, however, having also been to the Lego KidFest event that travels around the country, my kids enjoyed that more than this Discovery Center. More challenges, build areas that explore one's creativity, both for children and adults.
At this place, we stretched our stay, but honestly, if there lines weren't too long, a family can get through it all in 2 hours.(depending if your kids are willing to leave the play structure.)
Good to visit once, but definitely not worth the annual pass if you are kids older than 6 or 7.
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