Legoland Boston Additions Review
Since my last review of Legoland there have been a few exciting additions just in time for a day trip during April Vacation. A new movie called The Lego Movie 4D A New Adventure has been added. Plus the Space Mission exhibit has opened. Which will be your child’s new favorite?
The Lego Movie 4D A New Adventure is about 12 minute movie that plays about once an hour. It is about the characters from The Lego Movie coming back together to visit Brickworld. It turns out Brickworld is just an elaborate plot by the brother of the owner of Legoland to capture the Lego Movie stars and make them work at Brickworld. My three and five year old think the movie is funny and interesting I think it is too loud and the story is lacking compared to Spellbreakers and Legends of Chima.
The Space Mission exhibit is the newest addition to Legoland and my son loved it! This new exhibit has its own room with no windows and dim lighting which may be too dark for some children. In the exhibit there are many activities to do. The mission control area allows children to pretend they are actually preparing the space shuttle for blast off. Mission control has tv monitoring of the space shuttle and the astronaut on the moon (your child can go behind the cut out and pretend to be that astronaut) as well as interactive buttons and Legos to build with. The space shuttle blasts off every five minutes complete with countdown, smoke and light effects. There are also four tables with space themed Legos to build with. One of the tables has a pre built space station kids can add to and another table has an alien colony to make additions to or build your own creation. The space Lego pieces include spaceship pieces which my son enjoyed using to try and build one.
Another special event Legoland is having is a Sensory Friendly event here is a blurb about it...
In honor of Autism Awareness month, LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Boston is hosting a sensory friendly event on Sunday, April 24, 2016 from 8:30am – 10:00am. For this event, we will make special modifications around the attraction, including designating quiet areas, turning down the music, and adjusting the lights throughout the attraction. These special adjustments will be made from 8:30 am – 10:00 am, but once you are inside, you are welcome to stay for as long as you would like. We will be open to the public at 10:00 am. Please remember that LEGOLAND Discovery Center Boston is a children’s attraction, geared towards ages 3-10 and all adults must be accompanied by a child. Tickets must be purchased online, and space is limited.
Let me know what you think of Legoland and keep an eye out for space objects in Miniland!
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