Oh yes, I still love it too.
Our house is filled with those multicoloured bricks and the limitless creations built out of them. Sure I curse when I step on one, but it's a small price to pay.
Recently we had the opportunity to visit the LEGOland Discovery Centre in Toronto. We had a great time.
We trained like LEGO ninjas in the Ninjago exhibit. We built race cars, and raced them down ramps. We played in the playground with giant foam bricks and danced with the LEGO Friends. It was a nice balance for two very different boys of different ages.
|Kai & Ollie|
The staff were great. They loved the LEGO as much as the kids and were quick to share their excitement. There is a good variety of activities. The cafe could be improved - there's not much beyond pizza and sandwhiches, but you're not their for the food.
And of course you have run the gauntlet of the retail store as you exit, but to be expected. They do have a great selection of LEGO products.
The big guy was keen to attend the Master Builder Academy. He clearly views this as a trial run for his post-secondary endaevours given how his current career of choice is Master Builder. In the Academy we built our very own aliens.
|Concentration of a Master Builder|
Did I mention?
Disclosure: LEGOland provided complimentary admission