LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto in Concord, ON

1 Bass Pro Mills DriveConcord, ON L4K 5W4
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Overview

Welcome to the ultimate indoor playground filled to the brim with LEGO®! LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto features 14 attractions and activities including a 4D cinema, interactive rides, a mini LEGO® representation of Toronto, the LEGO® Master Build Academy, and more. To enter the Discovery Centre, guests make a reservation when buying tickets due to the attraction capacity.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Concord Travel Experts
  • Discover 14 LEGO®-themed attractions, activities, and more.
  • Adults aged 18 and over, must be accompanied by a child 17 years or younger to visit.
  • Make a reservation to guarantee entry into the attraction.
  • A typical visit takes approximately 2-3 hours to experience the entire attraction.

Description

from LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto
The LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre is a world of color, creativity, and fun for children aged 3 to 10. We offer a wealth of attractions, two rides, a 4D Cinema and more.

To ensure our guests have the best experience possible, we have limited the number of visitors that can be in the Centre at one time. All guests buying tickets online OR at the door will be required to make a reservation with the exception of our Annual Pass holders and those who have purchased the Flexi ticket.

Please Note: ALL adults must be accompanied by a child (aged 17 and under) to visit the attraction (with the exception of Adult Fans of LEGO Nights). Adults aged 18 and over, must be accompanied by a child 17 years or younger to visit the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre. The last admission to the Centre is two hours before closing.

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11Claude
Ottawa, Canada
"Fun place for kids but lots of noise"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed May 07, 2019 NEW
Legoland is a fun place for young children. They have some small roller coaster rides, and of course, lots of Lego. Everywhere you look you see lego of difference sizes, shapes, colours. There are various stations so the children are a bit spread out. There is even a short movie which occupies them. The cafe food isn't bad at all for such a facility. Definitely a place worth the visit.
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Dilip P
Vadodara, India
"Not enough to do for most kids at this price"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed April 15, 2019
It is agood attraction for young kids but not for the amount of time the website is suggesting. There are not many thingas to do and the price they charge is high.
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M1386YTlisag
Bay Bulls
"Lego fanatic"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 13, 2019
My kid is a lego fanatic and we were lucky enough to visit with our cousins on our mini vacay. The kids were so excited and had a ton of fun. My kid even managed to talk a worker into helping him build a tower. Awesome staff and the attractions were outstanding. Mom didnt mind the ride too much either 😊
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superpoxy
Toronto, Canada
"good for young kids and tots"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed April 04, 2019
the good, the place entertained my 7 year old boy and 3 year old girl with their amenities, a very rare case. mom and dad could rest on the benches within the activity area and on the cafe. they also have a rest on the cafe/snack bar within the area. i strongly suggest visiting early in the morning or buy tickets online. we had to wait for more than two hours for entry at it was packed. good to know that they are monitoring the capacity. a lot of parking space. i am not sure if they are close to any public buses.
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Tahuti17
Toronto, Canada
"Amazed that this attraction can charge the prices it does."
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed March 25, 2019
For the cost of an adult ticket there are many other things you can do in the GTA that are actually worth the cost. I recently had a very disappointing visit with my toddler. The website seems like there are tons of things to do, but my 3 year old was bored within 30 minutes. There is a play area for children 2-5 years old that has one slide and some larger blocks. There is a jungle gym area for older kids. There is an interactive game in the Ninago area where you hit coloured blocks on a large television panel and two people can compete. There is the Merlin ride inside which is okay (you can pedal to make it go higher) and there is the ride with blasters (one screen was broken, one had lots of lines in it and the blasters definitely weren't accurate). There is an area where there are three ramps where you can build a car and let the cars go down. And there is an earthquake table - why I don't know - it's not strong enough to shake the bricks down so I don't really know what the purpose is. And there were some building areas for lego. We did not do the movie or the Lego Days exhibit so I can't comment on that. The main area is much smaller than I expected it to be - about a quarter of the size of a Costco Warehouse. Out of that I'd say a sixth of it is roped of for the cafeteria. There were two school groups there while we were and I cannot even imagine what this place is like when it is crowded. Nothing here in my opinion would be worth a line-up. So we were super disappointed and honestly it felt like I basically just paid admission so I could watch my toddler play with lego - which is something I can do at home. I don't think we would go back even if admission was free. I could see this being fun for an older child that is a real Lego afficionado, but otherwise I'd say hard pass.
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Frequently Asked Questions about LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto

Can adults visit LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto without kids?
No. Adults must be accompanied by children to enter LEGOLAND Discovery Centre. Exclusive adult nights for our Adult Fans of LEGO without children are hosted the last Friday of every month (excluding December)!

Can children visit the attraction without an adult?
No. All children must be accompanied by an adult and supervised at all times.

When is the best time to visit?
To ensure guests have the best experience possible, we may limit the number of visitors that can be in the Centre at one time. The best way of ensuring your family's entry is by reserving your tickets and entry time online.

Are visits guided?
Families are encouraged to interact together and explore their imagination and creativity through a world of open play, and therefore visits are not guided. The typical visit takes 2-3 hours, but you are welcome to stay as long as you wish.

Can I bring my own food?
The attraction does have a café with a variety of food and snacks to choose from. Guests are allowed to bring baby food/milk or food for children with allergies.

Is LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto accessible for visitors with disabilities?
Yes, we are fully accessible for visitors with disabilities and wheelchair users. Wheelchairs are not available for rent.

Can I bring a stroller?
Yes. Strollers are allowed inside the attraction.

What should I wear?
To participate in certain attractions and activities, children must be wearing closed-toe or sturdy shoes. Other than that, dress comfortably and ready for fun!

Do the attractions have height requirements?
Certain attractions have height, age, or weight requirements:

  • Kingdom Quest: Children who are under 130 cm (4.26 feet) must have adult accompaniment. Ideal for ages 4+.
  • Merlin’s Apprentice: Children must be a minimum of 90 cm (2.95 feet) tall to ride. Children between 90cms and 120 cm (3.93 feet) must ride with an adult.