LEGOLAND DUBAI

We may be a little late to the party but last weekend we visited LEGOLAND Dubai. I don’t know if other mum’s have this problem but I struggle to find activities to do with a toddler? other than f**king softplay, which we all know sucks.

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Anyway, we headed out Legoland on Friday afternoon, not really knowing what to expect other than we’d been to the one in the UK and to be honest I was pleasantly surprised.Β  You can pre-book tickets online as well as buy them at the ticket office, costs range depending package you’d like to go with, they also offer a discount for GCC residents making entrance only AED 165. As it’s still a little cold we didn’t plan to go to the water park, but it’s actually under construction for the next 6 weeks.

Legoland is made up of six areas as such and the first thing you come across is Legoland miniatures, which for me was the coolest part, they have Dubai and worldwide landmarks all made out of, funny enough Lego…

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They also have a kingdom area which is themed on the knights & dragons era, this is also where Legoland main roller coaster is, of course Isabella was too young but we had a go, it was alright but definitely a children’s rollercoaster.

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Another great part of the park, is all the fun fair stands, you know the games that you rarely win but you’re conceived you could win that giant teddy bear if you just do one more game, them ones. They had lots of different ones and the staff were great, really fun, upbeat, and let you have that extra go… so we came home with a blue dragon.

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There are over 40 attractions throughout the whole park, the factory, 4D cinema, submarine adventure, LEGO driving license, rescue academy, boat license and so much more but we spent most our time at the LEGO park as Isabella was just that bit too young to go on 90% of the park.

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Overall, I would definitely recommend going if your kids are aged between 4-10, its a great day out, something different and great fun. We’ll be revisitingΒ  for sure, when little miss is a few years old.

Information:

Location: Sheikh Zayed Road between Dubai and Abu Dhabi
Opening times :10am to 6pm (waterpark currently closed)
Ticket price: Normal AED 235, Resident Rate: AED 165
Website:Β https://www.legoland.com/dubai/
Instagram: @LEGOLANDDUBAI

Love S x

 

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