LegoLand Discovery Center Boston
LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Boston is reopening on Thursday, October 1! Our build stations, Kingdom Quest, and MINILAND are open. Due to COVID-19 health restrictions, Factory Tour, 4D Movie Theater, Merlin's Apprentice, Café, DUPLO Farm House and LEGO City Play Zone areas are temporarily closed.
Welcome to LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Boston, located at Assembly Row, Somerville’s new children’s attraction
Indoor family attraction ideal for children aged 3 – 10 years.
- 2 LEGO® rides, 4D cinema, large soft play area.
- Model Builder Academy – learn LEGO® building tips from the experts.
- MINILAND – see Somerville & Boston's iconic buildings & attractions made from LEGO bricks.
- Enjoy a birthday party to remember in our birthday party rooms.
- School and Educational visits which support the local curriculum.
Come and join us at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Boston, one of the top things to do in Boston for kids and their families!
Find lots more ideas on fun things to do with kids in Boston.
Online tickets start at $14.95 (formerly $18.50)
Walk up tickets are $23 for both adults and kids.
Kids 3 and under admitted FREE.
LEGOLAND encourages visitors to go online and book tickets in advance to guarantee admission.
Annual Passes also are also available, priced at $70 for single visitors, $260 for a family of four with additional member passes at $65 apiece.
Assembly Square, Somerville, MA map
Legoland is Awesome and worth the drive from NHWe purchased our tickets at half price with the deal from purchasing the lego movie (buy 1 adult get 1 kid free) online the day we heard about the lego city event weekend. It was for the 16th and our son's birthday was the 15th so we figured we'd wait the extra day and attend the event. Although we expected a little more from the actual event (we went all out for the costume contest expecting a voting like thing which it wasn't but that was okay too. Although we were sad we never saw the Chase McCain wandering around although we asked a lot since our son was dressed as him) the experience over all was AWESOME! We arrived at 9:45 on Saturday afternoon and we inside and upstairs within 10 minutes with our advance purchase tickets. Employees were so EXCITED to see our kids dressed up and most went out of their way to either come talk to them or tell them how great they looked. We basically had the place to ourselves! We never waited in a single ride all morning. We walked up to something and were the next ones on or inside. I can only imagine the poor wait time reviews most have been during the first few days the park was open because we witnessed none of that. All though the crowds picked up by 1 pm when we left the line outside was still inside the building and we had more then enough room to easily maneuver a stroller through the place without ever bumping into something or someone. Although we did not hit the cafe there was always at least one or two empty tables we saw. LOVED the open bins of legos everywhere! No matter where in the building you were there was a bucket of legos for the kids to sit and play with. The Wizard's apprentice ride can be catered to your child. Our son has Autism and lots of sensory issues. So my husband and he just sat in the ride and enjoyed it. Our younger daughter being the risk taker loved that if you pedaled the bike your glider flew into the air. Both kids were thrilled on the same ride! That never happens, score! The Clutch Powers movie was great. We really want there to be a Clutch Powers 2 so getting to see the gang on screen again was great. We sat on the far side of the room and did not get hit by the snow at all, and very little water, but having sensory kids that was actually perfect for us as well. I was a little worried that bringing our Autistic son to a park with some pretty bad reviews for wait lines and big crowds would be a disaster but i have to say i am very impressed and it was well worth the drive down from NH and having been once I think we will definitely have to get season passes to come back again. We personally encounter zero lines, almost no wait time at all except for when we showed up before they opened, and it was not crowded or loud and over bearing inside at all. Oh and parking was FREE in an open air lot that was super easy to get in and out of! We never even hit traffic getting out of there. That's a near miracle with a theme park!
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