on February 11, 2006
Legoland covers 128 acres and there are more than 50 rides, shows and attractions, which could keep both kids and adults busy for an entire day. For those who are not keen on rides, a “shopper’s pass” is a great way to spend an hour at legoland without actually paying for admission. At guest services, you sign a credit card receipt for the entry fee and it is time stamped. If you do not return within the hour, you have bought your admission. However, if you return to the window within the allotted time, your receipt (close to $50) is torn up. An hour is long enough for a quick tour of Miniland USA, which features miniature replicas of many famous areas from around the world—all built out of lego blocks—amazing and well worth the trip!! If you purchase something in one of the stores, I believe you can even get a rebate on the $8 parking fee. Kids will love the rides and shows. And of course, there are numerous eating places and places to purchase souvenirs.
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