When visiting the Toronto, one attraction that is definitely worth spending a day of quality family time at is the LEGOLAND Centre in the Vaughan Mills Mall.
This educational attraction teaches children of all ages. While enjoying a great time you become indoctrinated with information about many things such as learning more about Toronto when visiting one of the many features like MINILAND, an amazing replica of the city that even lights up to create an image of the beautiful metropolis at night. Spotting Toronto's landmarks will both entertain and educate. You and your children will enjoy learning to appreciate some of the challenges and hard situations that fireman are challenged with, while engaging in fun activities in the fire academy play area gym, or creating their own challenges by engineering from scratch a car, plane, or train and testing the speed on the test track where they can compete with others.
Some of the other amusements that are sure to delight those who take advantage of them are Merlin's Apprentice enchanted LEGO ride which takes you up toward the skies where you can see through the roof and find the stars, the 4D cinema, the Kingdom Quest Laser Ride and the LEGO Factory Tour where they well show you how plastic is metamorphosed into colourful LEGO bricks. There is a cafe and shop that carries the latest LEGO SPECIAL OFFERS every month. Another positive asset I feel worth mentioning is that all the attractions are conveniently located under one roof.
When purchasing tickets you have many options. Some of the choices offered are family passes, flexi tickets or annual passes. You can save money by ordering your tickets online, however please keep in mind that tickets must be purchased one or more days in advance for discount and entry to be guaranteed.
There is free admission for children under 2 years of age.
It is important to bear in mind that children 17 years old and under must be accompanied by an adult.
LEGOLAND also offers lots of enjoyment for those who are 18 years of age or older. There is an adult only night for grown-ups who wish to partake in a fun filled evening adventuring in building challenges, games, riddles and more. They even have prizes. However if you are an adult and you are going on any other night except adult only night. You must be accompanied by a child to enter LEGOLAND.
This attraction takes a little longer to get to on the Toronto Transit System as it's about 32 km north from Downtown, but if you have kids and want to give them a real treat, you may want to make the journey. The new subway extension does get you within a 10 minute bus ride from the Vaughan Mills mall where it is located. Click on the Directions Tab for more information.
Facts For Your VisitFee: Yes
Currently ClosedHours This Week:
- Monday: 10:00 AM – 7:30 PM
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 7:30 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 7:30 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 7:30 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Sunday: 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Address: Vaughan Mills, 1 Bass Pro Mills Dr, Concord, ON L4K 5W4, Canada
Phone: (905) 761-7066
Official Website: Legoland Discovery CentreMap of nearby accommodations:
|Subway and YRT Bus Line||Nearest Station||Walking Time|
|Yonge-University-Spadina||Vaughan Metropolitan Station||5 Minutes|
How to get to Legoland Discovery Centre by Subway and YRT Bus
Exit Vaughan Metropolitan Station on Line 1 and walk over to the SmartCentre Place Bus Terminal directly north of the station. From there, take the #20 Jane to Teston Bus and get off at the Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre (about a 10 minute ride). Important: This bus will require a separate fare as it operates outside of the TTC zone. You can verify the schedule and fares at York Region Transit.
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Ratedout of 5
It is not upgrading over the years! As much as I love Lego I don’t like this Legoland facility lots of equipments are not working properly and are not being fixed or upgraded over the years. Very limited choices for food and drink. Innovation and creativity is what LEGO promoting, but this facility hasn’t inherited any of that! Very disappointing.
Reza Gharaee - 1 day ago
Great place, great vibe. Kids will definitely enjoy. There are two rides, kids play ground with tunnels and stuff, loose Lego everywhere to build anything you want. There's a small section to build cars and test them on a ramp. There's a coat rack inside, cafe that serves sandwich and coffee. Staff are friendly and helpful.
Md Shujon Alam - 3 days ago
This is the 2nd time we visited Legoland . They kids love it so much and we spent the while day there The only recommendation is that we hope there is more variety of food and the staff can let us know when food is ready to pick up. We waited for a long time for the donut ...the staff simply put it on the shelf .. and we don’t know which one is our orders as no buzzer or name was called. .the donut also not fresh and cold.
Maud Hood - 11 days ago
Nice little place to spend a day with family and burn out kids' energy. Went on a cold Sunday: no queues and we enjoyed all the fun+educational activities/ rides/ shows/ workshop- keeping kids and adults engaged. Even better, the place doesn't burn a hole in your pocket unlike some other amusement/ educational parks. Small cafeteria inside offers good quality, fresh food at very reasonable cost.
Parampreet Singh - 20 days ago
I've purchase the wrong day tickets, costumer service helped very efficiently and I was surprised how polite and helpful they were. The manager "Jay" (Hope I had his name correctly)was impeccable and sorted very quick. I'm on holidays here and strongly recommend. Professional place full of Lego activities. Happy for treatment received and respect. THANK YOU!!
Adriana Cevoli - 1 month ago