Come and experience LEGOLAND Discovery Centre located in Australia’s leading shopping centre, Chadstone – The Fashion Capital, where families with children aged 3 to 10 can enjoy a world of creativity, color and fun in the ultimate indoor LEGOLAND playground. Features include global and local landmarks made from over a million LEGO bricks in MINILAND to exciting LEGO themed rides.
Visit: LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Melbourne, Melbourne, VictoriaCome and experience LEGOLAND Discovery Centre located in Australia’s leading shopping centre, Chadstone – The Fashion Capital, where families with children aged 3 to 10 can enjoy a world of creativity, color and fun in the ultimate indoor LEGOLAND playground. Features include global and local landmarks made from over a million LEGO bricks in MINILAND to exciting LEGO themed rides.Watch as your favorite LEGO characters come to life in the 4D Cinema. Then get hands-on with the thousands of LEGO bricks in themed build and play areas where kids imaginations can run wild with the endless possibilities that LEGO offers. Take a break in the LEGO -themed cafe and enjoy a sandwich or ice cream treat to rejuvenate your day.If you are looking for a special way to celebrate your child’s birthday, LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is a venue like no other! Offering a range of birthday packages complete with private Birthday Rooms. With many more attractions to explore: LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is a great choice for those looking to create and share new experiences with family and friends.
The LEGOLAND Discovery Centre calls itself the “ultimate LEGO indoor playground” which I think is a great description. Unlike the LEGOLAND theme parks, the focus is on building and play areas, and the centre is inside my favourite shopping centre of all time, Chadstone.
LEGOLAND Discovery Centre features two rides, 10 LEGO build-and-play zones, a 4D cinema and cafe – plenty to occupy kids who love LEGO for a loooooong time. If you’re planning a visit, these handy tips will help make it a special day out for the family.
1. Buy tickets online
There’s no getting around it, entry is not cheap. However, if you plan well, you can get a good deal to not just LEGOLAND, but to other attractions too. For best value, I suggest the following:
2. Go early and set aside the whole day
The centre might not look that big, but there is plenty to do and if your kid is at the sweet-spot age of around six to 10 and loves to build, then I think you’ll be guaranteed an entire day here. Also, you want to get your money’s worth and get in early!
3. Sign up for workshops
LEGO Creative Workshops run daily for free, but require signing up on a sheet that is placed outside the workshop area. In school holidays the spots fill up fast.
4. Check movie times
Short LEGO 3D films play multiple times a day in a cinema with special effects that make it feels like you’re in the rain, wind and snow. Check the show times so you don’t miss out.
5. Try the food
No outside food is allowed in LEGOLAND, to encourage people to dine at the LEGO Cage. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality and value of the food at the cafe, and thought the kids’ boxes were excellent. They include a LEGO lunch box that you can take home and re-use, a choice of sandwiches, juice or milk, piece of fruit, cookie or fruit crush, plus a LEGO keyring.