|Address:||4240 Baldwin Rd, Auburn Hills, MI 48326, USA|
|Working:||10AM–9PM 10AM–9PM 10AM–9PM 10AM–9PM 10AM–9PM 10AM–9PM 10AM–6PM|
The Tec Team Dance,s
Ok, parents, this place is really for your kids and its freaking pricey but if you do your searching of online coupons, its was surprisingly worth it. I have two boys one is 10 the other is a 4yr old so finding something they would both enjoy together has been a challenge! Two rides, dragon Quest which is a shooting game and wizard one where you have to peddle to keep going up which was a mini workout. Then between that was the mini land which shows all of Detroit and the boats actually move and there its buttons for certain figure that will move. My boys really love the play place, which had a cop,fire station and construction theme. There is free WiFi and nursing station in a room right by it so parents can rest. Next to that was the 4d movies which the characters are going under a waterfall, mist will spray on you and if wind is blowing you will feel it, its kinda cool and they give you glasses but you have to but they back after you are done with them. Then there is make your own car station which seemed like it was all the fathers were living there childhood here, station, which has a two parts one was two run ways hills and the other one was like steep runway, lots of Legos sections to try to make the perfect race car. Then next to it was girls section and then lego for the toddlers which has a mini play place farm house. The is a workstation where you get to see the perfessional, then next to it was mini food place where you get some grub, we just ordered drinks and I needed a much coffee! So would I come back?? Of course, just look for coupons, my children loved it and see them happy and not fighting or playing video games is a plus and the employee that work there were nice, the place is super clean. Next bring my own coffee for a small it was 2.50. Also try to skip lego store, crazy, order that stuff online!!
Ann Marie Wrubel
This was the 2nd time we visited. The first time I would have rated a 5, shortly after this opened a year ago or so. This time, Jan. 20, 2017, the main complaint I have is the lack of staff supervising. The first time, entering the place was organized, moved well with the people who had pre-paid for their tickets moving fairly quickly thru the line. There was a separate line for people without tickets. This time it was one big line, and took over a half hour to get thru. There was eventually someone trying to organize the group but it was nothing like our experience when we went the first month it opened. Also, when you got to the general play area, nobody was telling the youngest kids not to sit in, and stand in the piles of legos. We thought with things people step on with their shoes, do you really want to handle legos rhat have been all stepped on?? It was cool to see the Lego Batman character however it wasnt until late in the day. Overall, the kids enjoyed the trip, only the parents were a bit frustrated at times. Our kids were ages 4, 11, 17 and 18 and all had a great time. The details of the decor made from legos was cool. You can miss this if you arent paying attebtion. Also, unlike what one reviewer said, we were told about photos being taken, and I thought I remembered a sign about the movie saying you might get wet. The 2nd visit however, I didnt get wet. It depends on where you sit. There was a very slight mist, but that was it.
Our party included 2 adults, a 2 yo (m), 12 yo(f) and 19 yo (f). We used AAA discount x2 and a b1g1 at the counter (no advanced registration) bringing our entrance costs under $60, which was quite reasonable. Staff was friendly and helpful, bathrooms were clean and I loved that there were no hard sells to upgrade or purchase merchandise. It actually made me more inclined to upgrade to the sealife combo, buy from the deli and get the children trinkets as we departed through the retail store. The family rode both rides and delighted in the multitude of activity tables and themed rooms to explore. The slide was a nice addition for a little one that needed to expend some energy about an hour in to the visit. We also saw the 4d movie (which was quite lacking compared to others we have attended) and ate in the deli section which was simultaneously limited and overpriced (ex/ $1.75 for a bag of lays chips that would cost 50 cent at the grocery store). Overall, this was a very fun 2 hours spent with the family, exploring and learning. If I had to pay more for the experience, my rating might not be as favorable. But it is a good value if you can get a good deal on tickets. We recommend trying it out! The entire family had a good time.
Get your tickets online. This is the second Lego Land that I have been to. The other was in Chicago. They both are similar overall. Chicago has many more Lego statues and creations to look at. This one has a slow coaster like ride that you shoot a laser gun at targets and a 4D theater. You will get wet. The most fun for boys and Dads is the car building area. You can build cars and race them. They even have 2 big ramps to run them down. The 4D theatre is lots of fans and water. Gets really cold. I wasnt a fan, but the kids all liked it. The is also a carnival type ride that goes on a circle. The kids also really liked shooting targets. There is a nice shop to purchase all those never seen or hard to find kits, but bring your wallet. They are expensive. When you visit the city, be sure to wait for night time to come. Nice display of fire works and lights. Lot of interactive Lego sets in the city to entertain they kids. There is also a master builder training. Teacher shows the kids how to build something. And then there is the very short music track on repeat. Definitely becomes very annoying halfway through your visit.
Weve been here twice with our kids age 9, 8 and 5. They LOVED it and would stay the entire day if we let them! Both times we have ALMOST stayed till close. If your kids love Lego, they will have a blast. What we have loved is the fact that all the rides and shows are included in the price of admission and can be enjoyed over and over again. When weve gone, we see all 3 4D movies and ride the laser shooting ride over and over - my husband had fun beating his score each time he went! The staff is amazing. They are all so good with kids. Makes a great staycation destination. Weve always loved spending the day at Great Lakes Crossing and the addition of Legoland makes it even more worth the trip! Yes, the price is a little high - but I feel that if you plan accordingly and stay around long enough you really get your moneys worth. Its still cheaper than any amusement park and worth the splurge for a special treat!
Build and Test area was AWFUL - no order, no wheels to build cars with!! Nobody overseeing the area. However the WORST PART was the 3D Movie when several times during the showing there was a mist of water sprayed on you - quite a bit!!! NO WARNING WHAT SO EVER. The water was not necessary to "complete" the 3D effect of the movie. I suggest WARNING the people with signs before they enter to view the movie. Cost was a bit pricey. Also maybe you could let people know when the go on the Kingdom Quest ride that they will be getting their picture taken employees could of told us or maybe a sign inside saying SMILE or something - we would purchased it had the picture been better. I would say this is a 1 time visit attraction at the most. Been trying for 1/2 hour to bring up the pictures we did purchase,,,, SMH error message may not be available yet/wring code - REALLY!!