I had the opportunity to visit the LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Grapevine, Texas. I’ve never had a desire to go, because I am not much of a Lego fan; I would much rather read than build, but my cousin is in town, so my mom thought it would be a fun idea.
The Discovery Center was a lot different than what I was expecting, not that I had too many ideas as to what it would involve. In my opinion, it was kind of lame (but I am 20). There was a tour explaining how Legos are made, three different rides, a few different rooms of activities, a splash park, and a cinema of sorts. It sounds like a lot, but I was unimpressed by most of it except the room that actually had things built out of Legos, but my ten year old cousins seemed to have a great time.
Above is the Dallas Skyline (sort of) and the Texas Ranger’s stadium. Seeing these intricate buildings and structures made out of Legos was the best part for me, because I admire people who have that much talent.
My cousins and I in front of AT&T stadium and American Airlines.
This center was definitely for kids, but younger-aged boys seemed to be having the most fun. If you do decide to visit, make sure to bring a swimsuit and socks, so your kids can play in the water and on the jungle gym.
I just found out that there is an actual LEGOLAND in Florida and I think that one is more of what I was expecting, so maybe I will visit that one someday.
❤ a girl