One of the Wunderkids’ requests for their Summer Bucket list was to go to Legoland. They absolutely love it, but I honestly didn’t know if I’d be able to swing it this year. Thanks to Klout and Legoland partnering up for a fantastic perk, I was able to cross this one off the list and give the kids an awesome end of summer celebration!
Legoland park hopper tickets include admission to Legoland California, Legoland Water Park, and Sealife Aquarium. We started the day off early at the waterpark and closed it down at Sealife aquarium after dinner! Right now they have a great deal on park hopper tickets, pick your date and save 20% plus get the second day free!
Legoland’s Water Park offers a variety of slides for the whole family as well as an area for the little ones with smaller slides and a the splash zoo built just for the toddlers. They love the build a raft river, and Legoland Waterpark’s newest attraction, Pirate Reef, was Awesome! Pixi was too little for this one so we watched the big kids ride the large pirate ship up and down the waterfall where they got SOAKED! This ride is open from both sides of the park, so even if you don’t have park hopper tickets you can still enjoy this one!
After the Waterpark we headed out to enjoy some rides, Characters, and 3D shows! It was great that even Wunderbaby was tall enough to ride some of the rides, and the older two used the buddy system to ride some of the bigger rides while we watched and waved.
Getting ready for one of their favorite rides
Knight in Shining Armor (well, flip flops and swim suit anyways)
Building a life sized lego castle
Getting her driver’s license
Mama and baby enjoying the rides
Wunderboy was ecstatic when he spied this “real” legoman! Perfect photo op!
If you’re thinking you may have missed out on the Waterpark fun, you didn’t! Legoland Waterpark is open every weekend and our Southern California temps are scorching right now! It is the perfect time to cool off with a visit to Legoland. If you are looking for some fall fun, check out their Brick-or-Treat parties. The Brick-or-Treat trail is open Saturday and Sunday nights in October and ticket prices start at $30. Children can check out Legoland in costume and visit the seven Treat stations along the special Brick-or-Treat trail.
*Disclaimer: all opinions expressed in this article are my own. I received 4 park hopper tickets to Legoland California as part of a Klout perk. I was not compensated for this post.*
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