Baharak and I figured that certain times on our trip should be put aside for Kasm, our nine-year-old son. We spend a good part of our days in museums, strolling down cobbled laneways looking at the architecture and generally doing adult oriented meanderings. Some time just for the boy seems fair.
We thought Kasm would enjoy Legoland as he’s constantly playing with it back home. What I didn’t foresee is how much the adults would enjoy it. Legoland is cool. The attention to detail in the exhibits is crazy. There are whole sections of towns set up all with moving boats, delivery trucks, trains… I’ll drop a stack of photos below and you can get a sense of the work that has gone into these displays. One word of warning though if you go, bring some food. $150 is pretty darn steep for 3 pizzas and some drinks.
In a strange twist on things – we actually had lunch in the real building seen above – right about the yellow one on the left; did a river cruise on the river seen here as well. We spent a few hours in Copenhagen just days after the Legoland visit.
Back to Legoland…
In addition to the fantastic displays, there is also a wide assortment of rides. Kids of all ages will enjoy them.
The kids spent a lot of time at the Star Wars display. I did as well, being a fan..