There’s certainly plenty to do, and enough bricks to satisfy the most ardent Lego builder, but the queues for rides are long and it doesn’t come cheap
In a nutshell
A plastic-fantastic family theme park comprising 55 rides and attractions, live shows, a water-play park, themed hotel and lots and lots of Lego (80m bricks, at the last count), set in 150 acres of parkland.
Best thing about it?
The most popular rides, such as The Dragon rollercoaster and the Lego City Driving School, attract long queues, but the highlight for our six-year-old was Miniland, where you can wander among Lego recreations of European landmarks, and the brand new Heartlake City area, where she had her photo taken with her favourite Lego Friend characters. The Pirates of Skeleton Bay stunt show, with its high-diving displays, was also a hit.