What To Do At LEGOLAND California

15 August

With over 60 rides, LEGOLAND has been serving families since its first location opened in 1968 in Denmark. With a water park, aquarium, roller coasters and other exciting rides and exhibits, there is something for everyone at LEGOLAND! Members of All City Employees Benefits Service Association can enjoy different admission discounts to the park, whether you want a one-day pass or a hopper to visit both LEGOLAND and their Water Park or SEA LIFE® Aquarium.


We are grateful to have our very own LEGOLAND here in Southern California! If you’re looking to pay a visit to LEGOLAND as a last summer hurrah, or just for an upcoming family activity, continuing reading this blog post to learn about some of LEGOLAND’s must-see attractions.

When planning a trip to LEGOLAND, be sure to check out the hours of operation for their different parks to make sure you get the most of your family fun day!

Deep Sea Adventure

This is a brand new attraction that has opened this year at LEGOLAND! Take a dive underwater in a submarine for an aquatic adventure by participating in an interactive treasure hunt, all the while being in the company of real life sea creatures!

The LEGO® Movie 2 Experience

If you’re a fan of the LEGO movie series, this is an exhibit you will not want to miss out on! Come see the actual LEGO models that were used to make The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part. This is exclusively available only at the California location, and will only be open for a limited time, so be sure to pay a visit before it’s too late!

Birthday Dance Party

To celebrate their 20th anniversary, LEGOLAND California holds 18-minute long dance parties for families to rock out and get in the celebratory spirit! Make your way over to Fun Town to dance and sing along with your family, friends and the LEGOLAND characters.

Sea at Night

Located in the SEA LIFE® Aquarium, your family can have an interactive experience learning all about the creatures of the sea including sharks, octopi, and stingrays! Contrary to its name, this attraction is actually during the day, but is set up to look as if you are walking under a starry sky. 

This is available only for visitors who purchase a Resort Hopper ticket, so be sure to plan accordingly if you’d like to take advantage of this attraction.