It's like jumping into the biggest box of LEGO bricks ever!
This is Rain Fields favorite place to have a birthday party.
Kids had a blast!
Great wheelchair accessibility, including the rides. If you buy tickets online that say priority entrance, it's a lie- wait in line with everyone else. At least the movie and rides are incl in price.
Very underwhelming & expensive. Non-existent Customer service. Buy tickets online to save $. Be warned - they will not let you in before that time even if no one in line. Toddler area is SMALL.
What a place!!!!! Discover the kid inside you !!!
LEGOLAND Discovery Center offers rides and activities located inside Phipps Plaza. Come dressed as your favorite Superhero on Sundays to enjoy a day of family fun.
Was not worth the trip. It was not what we expected it to be at all
Poorely organized. They made us wait 30 minutes to go in, the little rides are fun but not worth waiting in long lines. Dont forget to bring socks for your kid to play in soft area
My kids love this place.
Put some play in your day at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Atlanta! It’s like jumping into the biggest box of LEGO bricks ever!
Overpriced, but still a lot of fun.
This place is getting trashier every time we come, both the attractions themselves and the staff attitudes as well. Unfortunately my kids love it.
It's a disaster zone but my kids love it. The ride is fun for them but the Lego building areas are messy and unmanaged. Bring your patience.
Lots of fun
Purchase online tickets in advance to avoid long lines to get inside!
Endless activities for kids include a tour of the LEGO Factory and the world’s biggest boxes of LEGO bricks. Make LEGOLAND part of your spring break itinerary.
Bring a kid. No adults admitted without a child.
Tickets are $2.00 cheaper online (each) and you don't have to print them.
Great fun if your kids love building things! Large play area, movie, and more. Our 6 year old boy loved building cars and racing them.
built your lego car to race.. will bring your nerd eng geek come out !! fun :-)
Pay online in advance- tickets are $11 Sunday-Friday
Great fun. My 4 year old had a blast. The mini-world version of Atlanta was especially cool!
Take advantage of the after hours special for $12.50..nice place but not worth paying the full price
My 2 and 4 year old had a good time but this place is way overpriced for what you get. For 2 adults and 1 child we paid $44 + $20 to eat. Place is small and not much to do. Go to the Children's museum
Great pit stop to have your little one work off some energy on a long car ride!
Fun place but for kids 12 and under
Get here early. By 2 it's a madhouse.
Take the master builder class
She had a blast and I loved the history. $45 for an adult and child with the activity pack.
Call before you go to make sure all the attractions are operational. You won't want to miss any rides or 4D movie adventures!
Plan on getting to LEGOLAND later in the day for the best deals on admission (check the website).
Great fun! If you're an adult not having fun, sitting in the cafe, check your pulse. 3rd screen in Kingdom Quest, shoot the little rat that immediately enters from the right. 5000 points!
Awesome! My 10 year old & I had much fun
Great for kids! Hours of play time. Why adults have to pay, not sure... The only thing you will enjoy is the AtlantaLego City and the 4D Movie (maybe). The rest of the time, you will be in the café...
Holly Jolly Holidays features prizes, a Santa takeover in MINILAND and holiday-inspired ornament builds.
Learn LEGO® building secrets from the Master Model Builder, feel like a part of the story in LEGOLAND’s 4D cinema and ride a dragon through the medieval LEGO castle!
Buy your tickets online for after 4 pm they cost only $14.. You'll save a bunch of money.
Better if u come during the week then stoppin at moes after
Buy tickets on line before you go.
After the "factory room," everyone turns left for the Kingdom Quest ride. Go to the right and come back for the ride when the line is shorter.
Better than Disney in that it is air-conditioned.
Avoid. Save your money and sanity for a trip to Legoland California or Orlando.
Its loud, kids running everywhere, parents checked out. About what you would expect.
This place Sucks. Bad parenting at its best.
Take pics at the entrance & in the line at the kingdom ride, they'll look 3-D. Don't be that parent who is sitting around the side looking checked out.
At LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Atlanta you can reach out and touch the stars in the 4D cinema, learn LEGO® building secrets from a Master Model Builder, see iconic landmarks in MINILAND®
Adults only night on the second thursday of the month from 7-9. Beware that you're still paying $20 to get in for 2 hours of Lego fun. Its really cool, but probably not worth it...
They have an allergy list at the cafe if there's any food allergens in your group. Don't forget your socks - there's a climbing area for kids only.