The Legoland theme park opened in October 2016 and is divided into 6 areas. Legoland Dubai and Legoland Water Parks are theme parks which are meant for children between the age of 2-12 years and consist of a mix of outdoor and indoor attractions and activities. It consists of rides, water slides and lego themed activities that will keep your children engaged. Since it is a park primarily meant for kids, there not as many rides which go at high speeds, since safety of the kids is given top most priority.
Legoland Rides & Attractions
Legoland Dubai consists of over 20 rides, family rafts and tube slides.
Here your kids can learn how to drive an electric car and earn a Legoland driving license, they can fly a plane or help save a burning building. It is a mini city with plenty of interactive activities.
Beetle bounce takes you up to heights of 4.5 meters into the air, until you touch the oversized Lego Beetle. It is one of the more thrilling rides for the kids.
Here kids can learn and see how a Lego brick is produced and they also get their very own Lego brick straight from the casting line.
Aboard a submarine you will be immersed in the water and will be surrounded by over 1500 marine creatures.
Dining at Legoland
The Legoland has plenty of options to satisfy your hunger. Some of the restaurants also provide healthy meal options such as fruit bowls and salads. For Annual Pass Holders, meals are free and they just need to show their passes. Following is the list of restaurants and eateries at Legoland:
Caesar’s Pizza & Pasta Buffet
The Fried Chicken Co.
Granny’s Apple Fries
Legoland is located on the Sheikh Zayed Road, which is one of the central locations of Dubai.
If you are taking a taxi or driving yourself, reaching Legoland Dubai should not take more than 40 minutes, once you are heading south on Sheikh Zayed Road.
Alternatively, you can also choose to take the red metro line and get down at Jebel Ali station. For the remaining distance, you can take a cab.