Guess what!? We went on yet another adventure here in Atlanta! (we’re making up for our last trip where everyone was sick for nearly six weeks straight!)
This time, we headed to LEGOLAND.
You see, Abby is obsessed with LEGOs. She’s a LEGO-builder-extraordinaire. She specializes in “big, big towers!” and she’s recently ventured into baking, thanks to an extra special gift from Daddy.
Anyway, LEGOLAND was quite the experience for Abby…well, for all of us. There was SO much to look at, so much to do, and SO many kids running around! Unlike Babyland, the kids were on the older side and because of that, the activity level was much higher and quite honestly, it was a bit overwhelming.
When Abby bolted from one area to another, I didn’t feel quite as comfortable as I did when we were at Babyland. And while she had a great time building with Kiki and racing cars with the boys, I’m not sure if I’d take her back until she’s a little older…maybe closer to 5 or so.
They did have a little kids area (for kids 2-5), but it was such a small section that I’m sure Abby would have grown antsy after playing there for 30 minutes.
As far as pricing goes, kids 2 and under are free (another bonus), but the tickets for Mommy and Kiki were $15.00 (and that’s because we paid online – paying in person is $19.00 for adults and $15.00 for kids 3-12). Those are pretty darn expensive in my opinion, but the good thing is that when your kids are older (and you’re not scheduling around naps), you can stay all day. There are a couple rides to go on and I would think an older kid (maybe 8 or 10ish) would be able to play there all day without getting bored for one second.
Overall, it was yet another great adventure and experience for Abby, but I wouldn’t necessarily recommend this trip for kids this young (unless your kiddos are obsessed with LEGOs like Abby).
Until next time!