Having grown up creating entire worlds out of LEGO, a visit to one of the UK’s top visitor attractions, the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, sounds even more exciting for the parents than it does for the kids. Aside from a whole lot of LEGO (2 million pieces, apparently!), there are attractions, rides, a 4D cinema, and some activity areas that will really put your children’s LEGO building skills to the test. We especially like the look of the LEGO Racers Build & Test zone, MINILAND, and the hands on workshops with the Master Model Builder. Being completely wrapped up in Princessy pink things, my daughter is also dreaming of the Princess Palace area with its own special collection of pink building blocks and elegant arches for making her own fairytale castle.
For younger children, there is a soft play area featuring enormous soft LEGO bricks, and the DUPLO Village. There are also family toilets (large enough to get everyone in there, plus the buggy!), baby changing facilities, a safe place to leave your buggy, and the whole place is fully pushchair and wheelchair accessible.
Have you been to LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Manchester? We’d love to read your review!
ML1: The Trafford Centre Metrolink Shuttle Bus.
Manchester City Centre Express Bus Service X50.
Bus service 250 from Piccadilly Train station and 100 and 110 from Victoria Train station.
There are regular main line trains to Manchester Piccadilly station with connecting Metrolink trams to Stretford, where customers can catch our Metrolink Shuttle Bus direct to The Trafford Centre.
If you are travelling by car, parking is FREE at the Trafford Centre. Children are the responsibility of their parents and guardians at all times, and must not be left unsupervised.
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