First - let me say I have never been inside the Legoland Discovery Center. My son (who has Aspergers) was inside with his dad - I went to a movie. When the movie was finished - I tried to reach them and recieved no response. I figured they were having a great time and just forgot to check the phone. I waited for about 40 minutes - still no reply. So, I went to the ticket window to see if I could go in and find them to see if they needed more time. I was told in no uncertain terms that I could not go in unless I bought a ticket. I offered to leave my i.d. with them while I looked. Nope - they wouldn't let me in. I offered to leave my entire purse with them while I looked - nope, not allowed. I understand there are rules about this sort of thing, but there HAVE to be exceptions. They didn't offer any alternative to the situation other than to sell me an over priced ticket.
As far as the actual visit - my son liked what he saw.....but he didn't get to do any of the things that had long lines. Like I mentioned, he is on the Autism spectrum and has a very hard time waiting in lines.
This actially brings up another point. When I called - before we bought the tickets, I was told they do not have any provisions for special needs kids. The person on the phone suggested buying the tickets online because "you don't have to wait in line when you get here". I said, "so you DO have some provisions for special needs kids"?
She then went on to say that what she meant was- you don't have to wait in line to get INTO the center - BUT you do have to wait in line for the attractions. Pointless.
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