Legoland California is a fun place to play with your family.

Welcome to Legoland California: Velkommen, Welkom, Bienvenue, Ahlan'wa sahla, ようこそ (yōkoso), 환영합니다 (hwangyong-hamnida), Bienvenido, Mabuhay, Shalom, Καλώς ορίσατε (Kalōs orisate) LEGO®.  It is a great place to bond with your family or friends. The visit will give you a  STEAM experience (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) that you will not soon forget. 

Disclaimer: We are huge fans of LEGO®. We were invited as media to the theme park. All thoughts and opinions are all my own. 

Southern California is home to one of the most creative and exciting places for Lego fans.  Legoland is a theme park filled with hundreds of models, statues and wall art pieced together and made from Legos.  This 128-acre park is made for true Lego fans of all ages.  The park offers 60 family rides with "hands-on" opportunities to create and build Lego toys throughout. Check out Adventurer's Club, the Legoland Factory tour and Snow Days during this holiday season.  
Entering the park, you will find Lego models that will capture your eye. Some of them are super colorful, others have cute themes that will make you wonder and sparking your curiosity.  Adults, as well as kids, will point to works of Lego Art that can be seen when you enter the park.  All of the Lego models are very creative and awestruck because of the manual labor it took to bring them to life.  We pointed and chatted about them before we enjoyed the the first ride at the park.
In plain sight, there is a museum-like walking tour.  The Adventurer's Club is located right across from Snow Days activity area.  This is a gem of a place, the Adventurer's Club, cleverly displays the Amazon, Ancient Egypt, the Rain Forest all as LEGO® art.  The kid's eyes were big with surprise that anyone could build these art pieces.  This is a must see with your own two eyes.  
Snow Days are now happening at Legoland California.  When we visited, we saw happy parents and children playing in the snow.  A snowman hangs out waiting for parents and kids to play in the snow or take pictures with.  We just hugged him and wished him well while we through a few snowballs at one another.  What a great place to play with the family. 
We followed the Lego road to the roller coasters, the boat rides, food adventures and some games.  Our kids stopped at Legoland's Tree House, "Hideaway". They offer a play structure that is every kids dream come true.  It is multi-level structure with slide opportunities and much more.  Burned off a few calories there climbing, sliding and hiding from each other. 
Near the Knights' Smokehouse Barbeque restaurant, there is this cute game station.  This station is a game of chance that gives you an opportunity to win a plush unicorn.  "It's so fluffy!"  Well, of course, we had to play and win it!!! Buttercup, the unicorn, is doing well.  With the fun we had, it was so worth it. 
Don't forget the delicious food at Knights' Smokehouse Barbeque, located in the Castle Hill theme area of the park.  The food selection is delicious and smokey.  There are many items to choose from including slow cook roasted pulled pork, beef brisket, pork ribs and chicken. Other offerings are roasted corn, fresh brazed veggies, fruit salads, Texas chili, specialized kids meals, and desserts including brownies.  The restaurant is comparably priced to other outside BBQ restaurants.  The quantity of food provided was straight out of Texas and delicious.  For example, a standard plate at our local BBQ hotspot runs $24.99 per person however has enough food to share between two adults. For our family of 4 with drinks, we will spend $70 plus tip.  At Knights' Smokehouse, we ordered one Adult meal, 3 sides, 2 kids meals, dessert and drinks and only spent $83.  Still very reasonable comparatively speaking.  But your visit doesn't have to include BBQ because the park is host to many other food options like burgers and fries, hot dogs and more, all at very affordable prices.   
Our final destination was the Miniland USA Legoland. It is the most popular place to be in the park because of the 20 million Legos that reproduce (7) areas of the United States. The Lego models make you feel like a giant. It is unreal how a Lego can bring a city to life. Any Lego fan will be in great wonder because of the construction of the buildings, people and cities. 

We had such a great time riding the roller coasters, playing games, pretending to be giants in Miniland and eating good food. We highly recommend that you visit our sponsor Legoland California and make memories too. 

Merry Christmas,

Bosek Family
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Our Gift to You December 26 - January 3, 2016Receive a FREE ticket to return when you visit LEGOLAND between December 26 - January 3, 2016. Present any paid admission ticket at the Our Gift To You kiosk inside the Park, and receive a ticket to return to LEGOLAND California and SEA LIFE Aquarium between January 4 - February 29, 2016.* * You must request your free return ticket on the day of your paid visit. Free tickets valid only between January 4 - February 29, 2016. Additional restrictions may apply.

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