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February 7, 2005
From journal Weekend in San Diego/Carlsbad
by Kathi A E
January 25, 2005
We ultimately decided to break our group up into two parties. The older kids went to ride the physically interactive rides, such as the Kid Power Towers and the Sky Cruiser, which had pedals.
The group with the 4-year-old did time in Fun Town at the Duplo Playtown playground--like a park, only built of Legos!
This trip was well worth the visit for our group, as we all either grew up playing with Legos or were growing up playing with Legos at the time! I'm afraid that, if we'd had any teenagers, they may have been bored. For the price, a beautiful drive down the coast to get there, and the slower-paced, more interactive exhibits, it was a nice change of pace and well worth the visit.
From journal Disney with Three Generations
October 24, 2004
Our favorite memory is the lego picture of the kids we bought. They took a photo of my two kids together ($39.95) and digitally turned it into a five-color gray-scale photo. Then they gave us a printout map so we could construct the photo out of the one-dot legos. It is amazing. All the features are there, and the kids have a lego photo of themselves. We also have the memory of building it ourselves.
From journal Califorina coast
New River, Arizona
May 16, 2004
From journal California Coast
November 5, 2003
The Miniland area is very impressive. The work to build the small city displays was immense. In Explore Village the kids can play in a small village area, or in a set of water fountains. Make sure you take towels and a change of clothes for kids on those hot days!
Fun Town has a great assortment of rides for kids of all sizes. Castle Hill is for those that are probably five and up. Imagination Zone is for approximately eight and up, depending on the child.
From journal Week in Carlsbad during San Diego Wildfires
by Rick Robbins
September 12, 2003
From journal Southern California Tour
April 20, 2003
From journal High San Diego Desert Getaway