It was kinda not what I expected. I thought there would be lots of stuff made of Lego and there was a few.
(Elephants that shoot water)
(girraffes that move)
(3 little pigs on a leaf ride)
(man on horse, maybe prince Charming?)
(Little Red Riding Hood)
(the boys posing with Hagrid and Harry)
(Cool Dragon)But it seemed to me there was mostly rides and games and stuff to buy.
(Kid power rides)
(Heidi and Tristan on the Sky Cruiser)
(Adventure Quest)Seems to me it was kinda like our Calaway Park near Calgary. For the price of two admission passes you could get a season pass and that seemed like the way to go if you live here. Some of the stuff there was super cool.
("real" Lego man)
(Alligator comin out of window)
(repair Lego guy)
(me getting scared by the polar bear after touching his fish)My favorite part was the miniville. Where they built all kinds of stuff out of Lego, like San Fransisco and New York
and Chinatown and Las Vegas.
(Treasure Island)It was neat. They also had basic stuff like fishers and farmers and stuff.
(see the lizards on the car and Hummer, lol)
(rodeo arena with bull riding)
Oh and we were here when the Star Wars Exhibit was on, so that was kinda neat, even though I don't really like Star Wars, I can appreciate how much time they spent designing and building stuff. I totally want to get a tonne of grey and blue Legos so I can build an Eeyore :))
They have a water park which we will go to another day, and I think tomorrow will be Universal Studios which should be pretty neat.