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 – 8:00 PM
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:00 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 Centre
|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
My kids had a lot of fun the whole 4 hours were we're there. It is air conditioned for comfort which I really enjoyed but the bathroom was a disaster the couple times I needed to go but didn't due to pee all over the seats. I know it's hard to keep up with so many kids using them but it should be expected that they will need more attention from the staff considering it's a place for kids... lego prices I felt were more than other retailers such as Walmart or toys r us. Despite all that, I felt my kids were mostly safe and could relax a bit knowing they couldn't go too far if they decided to go off on their own. Would consider coming back in the future
Ernie Peters - 4 days ago
Lots of fun when we visited this place. I suggest that you avail the activity package and have a pen with you. The package is great it keeps your kids busy and excited to finished a task and have his/her stamp. This is also your chance to bond more with your kids. The 3d movie is so much fun for the kids. They will enjoy the water sprinklers that comes with it. Don't worry it's not much to get you and your kids soaking wet. They will love it! 😀Washroom are clean and staff is so friendly and accommodating. And lastly I recommend to go early to enjoy everything before it gets crowded. It is summer so a lot of daycares are going for their trip. Be early if you don't want to squeeze your self and stock in along line for a ride. If only the place would be bigger that would be double the fun. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ for the happiness this place gave for my kids!
3kids fun tube video - 6 days ago
Our family got there early and we got through all of the activities fairly quick. By the time we wanted to do some of the favourites again, it was too busy to enjoy. I'd like to mention something that I was not fond of: the 4D movies. They spray water on the audience which is exciting, sure, but the water they spray smells gross. On top of that, sitting in wet seats and wearing unwashed wet 3D glasses from the previous guests when you first enter the theatre is just nasty. I know its a place for kids and there's going to be germs but those things weren't something I tolerated easily.
Heidi Scott - 18 days ago
A bit underwhelming for the entry fee in my opinion. The kids enjoyed it for the most part, and the 4D Ninjago movie was pretty cool. Most of the exhibits when you first walk in didn't work properly, the "train" ride with the guns seemed kind of pointless. The area where the kids build the Lego cars and send them down the ramps was a hit, as was the jungle gym (but it wasn't really Lego-related). The ride was a bit of a wait and just seemed like an afterthought to fill some space. So while there were some good parts and the kids had fun, it didn't seem like good value for the money in the end.
Pietro Condello - 19 days ago
Great place for kids. Little underwhelming at times but kids keep entertained for hours. Nice that it's part of a mall so parents can always divide and conquer. Need some more seats for the adults, surprisingly the food court is reasonably priced for a place like this. Some days very busy others days not. Suggestion is come at open which is when is quieter.
Chris Smith - 1 month ago