Did you know that kids can eat free (with adult purchase) at many of Legoland’s restaurants this summer? If you’ve been to the park, you know they offer good food with lots of healthy options. Free dining and bringing in your own food are just two ways to save on your next trip.
We are fans of Legoland California, especially now that my daughter is 48″ tall and can ride on her own and my son is 42″, making him eligible to ride anything he wants when accompanied by an adult. This is the first summer that everyone is tall enough to really take advantage of all that the park has to offer. And when we were invited to purchase discounted educational group tickets through the community college district’s parent participation preschool, the $21 per adult and $12 per child price was too good to pass up.
We were there ALL DAY yesterday and were able to take advantage of very short lines most of the day even though the park seemed crowded. In fact, toward the end of the day (they are open until 8 p.m. now) we were able to ride The Dragon three times without ever getting off!
The Parent Connection’s, discount on Legoland tickets is one of the best. For $66 Parent Connection members can purchase a LEGOLAND® California Resort Hopper Ticket Plus 2nd Day FREE for $66 or the non-hopper ticket (w/2nd day included) for $56. The military and Costco also offer great deals, and here’s a special offer for 5-days-for-the-price-of-one.
We really had a great day yesterday and will definitely be back this summer. What are your tips for an enjoyable Legoland visit?