Entering the theme park through the Lego door.
Excited for our adventure and keen to explore.
We walked down a large hill bringing us Miniland,
Where you could get lost for hours and quietly stand.
Creations of bright Lego resembling the worlds best sights.
In London; Big Ben, and The Eye all complete with little lights.
I spotted cowboys in Texas and the famous Hollywood sign,
The ghost in the Tower of London sent chills all down my spine.
We then went on a journey, floating to far far away,
Getting lost in the famous fairytales which loudly sound and play.
Little Red Riding Hood and Cinderella are features on this ride,
With Aladdin and the Genie hiding along the side.
Obviously gaining a driving license was next on our bucket list.
A fun little ride which I recommend isn’t to be missed.
My toddler son doing amazingly and driving pretty well.
Racing around the Lego track until the very last sounding bell.
Confident after gaining his license we then took on a boat,
Steering very carefully whilst keeping us both afloat.
Racing my cousin around the circular running stream,
Knocking each other out the way whilst letting out a scream.
Stopping for lunch we had Pizza in a buffet bar.
Enjoyable with the coleslaw which was my favourite bit by far. 😂
After lunch we headed under water into a cool and dark submarine.
Huge real fish swimming around before our windscreen.
Absolutely the best ride I’ve been on throughout all of my reviews,
Steady and relaxing with mesmerising views.
We then stopped for a little show whilst the toddlers sat and chilled.
Resting our legs from walking as they quite frankly really killed.
My toddler is of a nervous disposition and doesn’t like the dark,
So some of the rides we avoided and made use of the rest of the park.
We went on a carousel and high flying spinning swings,
My son outstretching his little arms as if they were his wings.
We then hopped on the hill train to get back to the very top,
Exhausted from our busy day and feeling ready to drop.
We last stopped at the reef where we designed some Lego fish,
Which came swimming to life on a great big screen with just one little swish.
Ending our day in the shops with a few bags of Lego toys.
Our two toddlers then soon fast asleep, making a snoring noise.
For more information about Legoland ant their seasonal attractions, please visit Legoland.
For more family days out check out my days out guide. It may just inspire your next adventure.