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Legoland for 18 month old?

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TheChesters5 1
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KansasPrincess 1
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KansasPrincess --- 5 years ago -

Thinking about taking my son to Lego land. He will be 18 months. Will he be able to do anything? He's still pretty young. I havnt gone yet so I have no idea what to expect, just wanted to get opinions on if it was worth the money to go or not. 

TheChesters5 --- 5 years ago -

Not really, I mean yeah theres a few boat rides and a big play area but other than that not much fun for him. We had yearly passes and our son was that age and couldnt do a whole lot. 

MySweetBabyBoy --- 5 years ago -

We just took our son who is a few months older last weekend. He couldn't really do anything. It was not worth the money. When your son reaches 34" then take him that is the minimum height for the rides. 

laneys mommy --- 5 years ago -

Maybe its because we have season passes but I have a 9,4 and 11 month old and we love legoland. I guess its probably not worth paying for a one day pass. But with the military season pass we go to the aquarium and our 11 month old gets excited at seeing the fishes and sharks. At legoland he can do the big family boat ride, the little boat ride that is a fairytale theme. Lame for adults but our son likes it. His favorite is the Train ride. He could ride it all day long. He likes the play grounds and at the legos (they have huge ones) my husband builds a square and puts him inside it. Our son laughs and other kids usually come over and play.

There is an airplane ride he is just now is able to ride since he can take steps.

At 18 months you son may enjoy some of their shows.

In warm weather there is also a little water area that has some swings and water play.

Like mysweetbabyboy said, most rides are 34". Because we have older kids we go and our infant has a lot of fun but I don't know that I'd just take him.

The military seasons pass is 125.50 which includes parking, the Aquarium, water park, Legoland, and discounts off items and food purchased. You can pack food and drinks. We have the refill cups we take. The kids is something like 90 cents with the discount. 

Barbie --- 5 years ago -

The military seasons pass is 125.50 which includes parking, the Aquarium, water park, Legoland, and discounts off items and food purchased. You can pack food and drinks. We have the refill cups we take. The kids is something like 90 cents with the discount. The military seasons pass is 125.50 which includes parking, the Aquarium, water park, Legoland, and discounts off items and food purchased. You can pack food and drinks. We have the refill cups we take. The kids is something like 90 cents with the discount.

Is that per person? 

laneys mommy --- 5 years ago -

Yes per person. The two day park hopper is 58.50 plus 12 dollars for parking at MCCS. They probably have coupons somewhere though. 

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