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LEGOLAND® California in Carlsbad, CA

1 LEGOLAND Dr.Carlsbad, CA 92008
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Overview

With more than 60 thrilling rides and attractions themed after the popular LEGO® children’s toy, LEGOLAND® California Resort is the perfect theme park for kids and parents to experience together. Guests can explore creatively designed areas, including Dino Island, Castle Hill, Imagination Zone, Miniland USA, DUPLO® Village and LEGOLAND® WATER PARK, as well as themed shopping and dining venues.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Carlsbad Travel Experts
  • SEA LIFE® Aquarium located within walking distance.
  • Smoke-free park.
  • World's first LEGOLAND® WATER PARK is located inside the theme park.
  • New for Summer 2017: Surfers' Cove – a water park expansion featuring Riptide Racers water slides!
  • Lockers and strollers available for a fee.
  • No outside food or drinks.
  • Parking fees apply.
  • Geared towards kids age 2-12.
  • Over 60 kid-friendly rides, shows & attractions.

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Insights from Reserve Direct's own team members

Diana K.

I didn't expect to have so much fun - but I did! We took our family there to celebrate our grandchildren's birthdays. It was priced really fair and there's a ton of different stuff to do. We got there early and rode rides then went to the see the Legos and to the Aquarium. It was a great time I will always cherish. Next time we'll stay another day and go to the waterpark too.

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Description

from LEGOLAND® California Resort
AWESOME AWAITS at LEGOLAND® California Resort, where families have interactive, hands-on experiences to make memories that last a lifetime! Enjoy more than 60 rides, shows and attractions including LEGO® NINJAGO® The Ride with cutting edge technology riders control animated fireballs, lightning, shockwaves and ice. Harness the power of the elements to defeat the Great Devourer and collect points for ninja status! Head to Castle Hill and enter a world of knights and princesses to conquer the Dragon Coaster, get a Driver’s License in Fun Town, experience The LEGO® MOVIE 4D A New Adventure in the Imagination Zone, and marvel at cities built entirely out of millions of LEGO® bricks in Miniland. This summer, soak up the sun and cool off as you splash and play at the LEGOLAND Water Park with over 10 million gallons of fun! LEGOLAND Resort is also home to SEA LIFE® aquarium located right next door. There’s so much to do you’ll want to stay the night. The amazing LEGOLAND Hotel has 250 rooms and it’s packed with LEGO features. LEGOLAND California is open daily spring and summer and closed select Tuesdays and Wednesdays during the fall and winter. For information visit LEGOLAND.com.

*Special ticketed events are not included in admission ticket.

Daily parking fees are:
Cars: $17
Campers/RV's: $20
Motorcycles: $5
Preferred Parking: $25

Reserve San Diego Customer Reviews

23 Reviews
Joshua Heygood
1 Review
"Epic!!!!!!!!!!!"
April, 2017
Best hotel ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Tip: So EPIC and so AWESOME!!!!!!!!!

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Reserve San Diego Customer
san jose, CA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Legoland"
August, 2016
My daughter enjoyed the water park very much and we can not wait to come back next time on her school break.
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Tip: Order ticket on line

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Ken Jacka
AU
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Had a ball!!"
August, 2016
Had a ball over the three days we were there, loved the water park in particular. The hotel absolutely blew our mind!! We will be back!
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Tip: Allow a good half day for the water park.

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Mayra Flores
Phoenix, AZ
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Good"
August, 2016
My two boys enjoyed it very much. Ninjagois a really good place to check out.
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Tip: Take plenty of sunscreen if going in the summer

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joseph Thomas
Yorba Linda, CA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"fun time"
July, 2016
my family and I had a real nice time in all three parks but in the future if you can add more slide rides to the park.
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Tip: buy a 2 day pass for the two parks and wear alot of sunblockl

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Meggun hotvedt
Oroville, CA
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Legoland"
July, 2016
Was great geared to children of all sizes.
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Jessica Salazar
Denver, CO
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Perfect, Awesome and Fun"
June, 2016
I loved it me and my Family. Imlove that we could get on the rides with are kids and enjoy the fun with them. Perfect place to go with family. Easy to get tickets online and up in front of the line.
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Tip: Plan ahead go online get them tickets and arrive early they let you in at 9:30 am

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Jeremy Lorsung
Costa mesa, CA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Legoland"
July, 2015
This site made it very fast, inexpensive and convenient to book a trip for my family to Legoland. I would recommend using this site and it was very easy to retrieve my tickets at arrival.
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TripAdvisor Reviews
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AstridPerez
"wish that on the website handicap access card was worded differently"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed September 22, 2017 NEW
so I prepared very well before our visit I read everything on the Legoland website and downloaded the app I also read reviews trying to figure out exactly what to expect taking a child with autism to the park who absolutely loves and is obsess with legos and roller coasters. we bought tickets for 2 days. we arrived as soon as the parked opened and stayed the entire day waiting almost 1 hour for each ride having a screaming crying and hurting me child while we wait. my 4 year old doesnt understand language yet so its so hard to explain anything to him. I never asked for an access card because on the website its stated as they are for handicap individuals. I was not happy on the first day but on the 2nd day a ride attendant told me about the access card and she gave me one after that we enjoyed the rides a little better it only was sad that to get in the park it was so expensive to only have my child with special needs cry and hurt himself most of the time on the first day. the access card for disabilities does not clearly state as to include ALL disabilities. we are planning to be back hopefully easter time my son is already screaming to go back but we live in Sacramento it took us 9hr to get there but he did love it so much we mainly road the rollercoasters cause nothing else really interested him.
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Janice8204
Seattle, Washington
"Good for families with small children, but not others"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed September 19, 2017 NEW
First, for the disclosure statement... I am a Walt Disney World freak. I like the high tech rides, but also the restaurants, the lounges and the many things to do as a childfree adult. If you are like me, then LEGOLAND is probably not for you. However, if you do have small children who only want to go from ride to ride and to play with Legos on the way, then this park is for you. It appears that their philosophy is that any child can ride on any ride, but if they are not tall enough then an adult has to go with them. I thought that the water park was well done. There are also many "lands" with different rides for the children. Several of the rides seem to be copies of Disney rides, and I heard several people refer to rides as "the tea cup ride" or "the Buzz Lightyear ride." While the children wait in line, several of the attractions have Lego blocks for them to play with. They are certainly several places to buy Lego blocks and other Lego items. The eateries are mostly counter service and eating outdoors. They have tired to make the setting park-like and there are a lot of trees and greenery present. The one thing that I found quite unpleasant is that the plants are watered with "reclaimed" water which has signs "don't drink the water" and it smells like sewer water. The part that the adults seemed to enjoy most were the Legos models - Star Wars and different cities (San Francisco, Las Vegas) for example. The children walked through with us, but that was not very interesting to them. I really did not find any place where I felt that one could rest in a peaceful or restful setting, even for a few minutes. But the kids did enjoy it.
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Ken M
Pleasanton, California
"Great time with our young grandchildren"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 18, 2017 NEW
We came to the park with our son's family of 3 children under 7. We had previously attended about 8 years ago and were very pleased with many improvements. There was plenty to keep us busy for the whole day. The park is great for younger children (better than Disneyland) as the rides are geared for younger children, rather than thrill rides. The new ride Ninjago was amazing, but kind of confusing, for our car, we didn't get instructions on how to shoot and there were none on the car, so my son and I both ended up with zero, my wife's car was given instructions so they did fine, luckily it wasn't busy so we went again. Overall it was a great time. The park was well maintained and looked good. The boat ride with guides was very good, but the boats looked really bad, a paint job would help, that's the only thing I noticed that didn't look good.
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arekVancouverBC
Vancouver BC
"very happy with the park"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed September 17, 2017 NEW
Park it self in not that big and the rides are designed for younger kids but it lots of fun never the less. You can tell that safety is their main concern, lots of help available everywhere. Lots of attractions and shows to keep you entertain. It helps if you stay at hotel - that allow hotel guests to get to the park before is open to general public.
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Tracey B
Littleton, Colorado
"Sadly Disappointed"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed September 16, 2017 NEW
I took my family to visit Legoland California in early September of 2017, understanding we were visiting during the 'offseason' and certain parts of the park (mainly the water parks) would be closed during our visit. What we didn't realize was that a good portion of the park would be closed due to a 'special event.' I fully understand the need to promote the new Lego Ninjago movie; but I don't understand why these events weren't held on the two days of the week when the park is closed to the public at this time of the year. You took away from paying guests' experiences in order to cater to a couple dozen people who were there for work. You should have done that on days that wouldn't have impacted the visits of paying guests. Very disappointing.
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Frequently Asked Questions about LEGOLAND® California Resort

Does a WATER PARK ticket need to be used the same day as LEGOLAND®?
Yes. The WATER PARK is only accessible through LEGOLAND®, so it must be used on the same day.

Can we visit just the WATER PARK without going into LEGOLAND®?
No, the WATER PARK is only accessible through LEGOLAND®. Therefore, you must also purchase an admission to LEGOLAND® in order to access the WATER PARK.

Can we bring outside food and beverage to the LEGOLAND® WATER PARK?
You may bring any outside food and beverage that has been purchased inside LEGOLAND®. You may not bring food from outside of the Park.

Does LEGOLAND® California have a Baby Care Center?
Yes. Our Model Mom Baby Care Center is centrally located in the Fun Town area of the park, close to Driving School and the Fun Town Market Restaurant. Here you will find a baby-changing area with diapers, rocking chairs for nursing mothers and highchairs, as well as a refrigerator and microwave for preparing a baby's meal.

What is the food and beverage policy at LEGOLAND®?
Please note that coolers and outside food are not permitted in the Park, however bottled water and any food or beverages required for specific dietary needs are allowed.

Are locker rentals available?
Yes, lockers are available throughout the park for an additional fee.

What is the pet policy at LEGOLAND®?
Pets are not allowed at the park.  However, service animals are welcome in most locations throughout the Park and can accompany a guest via the standard queue. All service animals must be on a leash at all times, not display any hostile behavior towards other guests.

What is the smoking policy at LEGOLAND®?
In line with our family-friendly values and top priority for the safety of children, LEGOLAND® California Resort is a smoke-free park and all smoking is therefore prohibited within the park (including e-cigarettes). Guests wishing to smoke may exit the Park gates to do so.  A designated smoking section is available outside of the Park for those guests that choose to smoke.

Are strollers available to rent?
Strollers can be rented on a first-come, first-served basis at The Marketplace, in The Beginning. You are also welcome to bring your own stroller or wagon.

  • Single strollers: $11.00
  • Double strollers: $15.00
  • Infant strollers: $11.00
Are wheelchairs available to rent?
Wheelchairs and Electric Convenience Vehicles (ECV) are available at The Marketplace in The Beginning on a first-come, first served basis. In fairness to all parties, reservations are not accepted.  Guests may also bring their own wheelchairs and ECVs.
  • Wheelchair: $15.00
  • Electric Convenience Vehicles with Canopy and USB Charge Outlet: $50.00
Guests must be at least 18 years of age to rent and/or operate an ECV.

Are backpacks allowed?
You are welcome to bring a backpack into the Park.

How much is parking at LEGOLAND®?
  • Cars: $17
  • Campers/RVs: $20
  • Motorcycles: $5
  • Preferred Parking: $25
Re-entry available with valid parking stub during same day of visit. Buses and bicycles are free. Handicapped parking spaces are available near the park entrance, with valid placard.

Is admission to the new LEGO® CHIMA WATER PARK included in regular WATER PARK admission?
Yes, admission to the new LEGO® CHIMA WATER PARK is included with the Resort Hopper ticket and the WATER PARK Hopper ticket. You can upgrade a LEGOLAND® only ticket or SEA LIFE® Hopper ticket to include admission to the WATER PARK at Guest Services or at the WATER PARK entrance.

Do toddlers (ages 1-2) have to pay admission to the WATER PARK?
Toddlers (ages 1-2 years) are required to have an admission ticket for WATER PARK entry ($5).

Can we bring coolers to the park?
No, you may not bring any coolers of any size inside LEGOLAND® or the WATER PARK.

Are strollers allowed?
Yes, you may bring in your strollers. Designated stroller parking is not available.

Can I bring in my own chair to the LEGOLAND® WATER PARK?
No, we provide chairs on a first-come, first-served basis.