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LEGOLAND Discovery Centre

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Address: Potsdamer Str. 4, 10785 Berlin, Germany
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+49 30 3010400
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10:00 - 19:00
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Sun - Sat 10:00 - 19:00
Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Fee: Yes
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Come and dive into the biggest LEGO(R) Brick Box of the world! More than 5...

Come and dive into the biggest LEGO(R) Brick Box of the world! More than 5 million LEGO bricks await your creativity-you can even build your own world! See Berlin as a miniature city in our MINILAND, join the dragon castle and even get swept away from reality and become part of our 4-D movies. Don't forget to experience our truly magical ride, Merlins Apprentice. Or would you like to become a real ninja? Then you simply need to complete the Spinjitszu master course. Visit our LEGO factory and create your own special LEGO brick to take home.... At the end of your exciting trip you will definitely be a LEGO(R)-Pro!

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USD 20.20*
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LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Berlin Admission Ticket
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USD 48.05*
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Berlin WelcomeCard Including Deutsches Currywurst Museum Admission

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Nice - but not for childern older than 8

Legoland Discovery Centre is a nice place for smaller children, but not up to 10 years of age as it says in the information - rather 7 or 8 max. The best parts for our 8 and 10... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Saraswe2017
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Malmö, Schweden
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Malmö, Schweden
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Reviewed 1 week ago NEW

Legoland Discovery Centre is a nice place for smaller children, but not up to 10 years of age as it says in the information - rather 7 or 8 max. The best parts for our 8 and 10 year olds were the laser challenge and where they could design and build their own cars and race against each other. The... More 

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Thank Saraswe2017
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Such an amazing museum if you are a Lego lover. You can enjoy and be amazed by differents Lego's. It is so easy to find. Despite the price of it, it is so pretty, most of it for kids.

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Thank mirofe
Dublin, Ireland
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26 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 19 helpful votes
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Legoland is very nice place to visit. However it is quite small. We went with my 2 nephews aged 2 and 7. They had fun. I really liked the train ride and small roller-coaster, but again very small rides. Don't think I will be back. If you decide to go, make sure you buy combo ticket for example: legoland +... More 

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The queue in cold winds was over an hour to get in but the family enjoyed as did we. Lots of fun things to do and see but in the shop, gee the prices compared with Australia were amazing.

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Thank Geoff F
Cardiff, United Kingdom
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9 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Paid online so luckily avoided the long queue outside. Unfortunately inside involved lots of queuing for everything, it was far too busy. People pushing past (adults not kids), some swinging large heavy rusksacks into people. Told staff but she said there was nothing she could do. Lots of things inside cost extra as if you haven't paid enough to get... More 

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Thank 11Cassie84
Berlin, Germany
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We've only been once, so far, but it was packed!! Too many people, which made it stressful. But the kids really still seemed to enjoy it!

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Thank MattSimiskey
Israel
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Reviewed 20 March 2017

Went there with two 10 year old boys. They don't have information in English at the front desk, and didn't let us take a look inside. They do recommend the place for kids under 11. My boys, who are huge LEGO fans, were extremely disappointing. The rides were designed for much younger kids. The 4D movie displayed in German only.... More 

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1 Thank Amir Y
Merlin E, Manager at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, responded to this review

Hi Amir and family, I am sorry to read...our front office team should be able to explain easily all the LEGO things kids can experience in our attraction...and the main age we are made for is between 3-10 year olds! The option to be able digging into big LEGO brick bowls to let their creativity in building racing cars or... More 

Israel
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Reviewed 19 March 2017

I wish my parents would have taken me to Legoland when I was young. But at least I get to live all these places through the eyes of my 5.5 years old son. I didn't imagine this place to be so big, you cannot guess that from the outside. There are some really cool stuff in there such as the... More 

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1 Thank kendstar
Merlin E, Manager at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, responded to this review

Ohhhhhh - we cannot tell you how lovely it is to read your feedback! Because YES we want to make all kids happy but also LEGO shall give also the parents exactly the feeling you describing: "Made me feel like a child again" - very cool. Hope you will have the chance that your son will take you either to... More 

Romania
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 1 helpful vote
Reviewed 10 March 2017

It's a very nice place for a day with a children. My daughter is passionate about Lego and was a pleasant surprise for her

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Dublin, Ireland
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Reviewed 8 March 2017

Make sure your child likes lego before going and dress them in light clothes as hot inside. Might be a bit much for very small children and a bit little for big children but if your child is from 6 to 10-11 and it's cold outside- this is a place to go. There is Lego cities, lego to play, lego... More 

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