LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto in Concord, ON

1 Bass Pro Mills DriveConcord, ON L4K 5W4
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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.


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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Courtney W
Ontario, Canada
"Bring your sanitizer and find a discount code!"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed September 16, 2019 NEW
We visited Legoland this past weekend with our 5 year old. She for the most part enjoyed her experience. It took in total about 1.5 hours of our time to go through the place and was fairly interactive and kept her busy. They had a snack bar which serves Starbucks and is reasonably priced. The place was VERY busy but we also were there on a Saturday afternoon at prime time so that is understandable. I was disappointed in the fact that several things were not in working order (interactive touch screens that did not work) at many of the attractions. The place was also very dirty (imagine millions of Legos that get touched by so many people and I doubt are ever properly sanitized) Many of the bricks were very dirty and the large ones in the toddler area were down right black with filth. The washrooms were very clean but the main areas were not. We booked our tickets and time ahead of time online and used a discount code. I cannot imagine paying full price for access to this attraction it simply is not worth it, there is not enough for the kids to do and I don't honestly see the value in it. My daughter said she loved the play area the best but to be honest we could have gone to McDonalds and for the purchase of a $5 Happy Meal she could have been just as entertained. I am not sure why anyone would purchase a season pass to this place, once you have done it once I cannot understand why you would want to return. One suggestion, make sure to pack lots of sanitizer with you as I only saw one dispenser in the entire place and the place feels like its crawling with germs!
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Pam C
Conwy, United Kingdom
"Day out with the grand kids"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 09, 2019 NEW
Fabukous day out at Legoland. The kids didnt want to cone home. Highly recommend a visit. Suitable for all ages.
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"Employees not nice"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed August 31, 2019 NEW
There’s a lot of employees working there. They don’t even take care of you, they make you wait instead of making your day a fun start by making you wait in line to pay! They could have open 2 cash but NO.... there was only One cash! They didn’t propose us to save money by going online. They don’t help you when you look for something, they are too busy talking to each other. they are just all talking between each other. They are not smiling. I had to stop them talking cause they didn’t notice I was there. Poor them, one day they will maybe own a business and realize how the customer service is important. Besides the poor service it was a good day. Not a lot of people. Movies were fun. Rides too.
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ava a
"fun day at legoland"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 24, 2019 NEW
Kids love it very much, spent 6 hours there Don't miss the 4D movies, they are the best attraction at the Legoland
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Bowmanville, Canada
"$32 to play on my iPhone "
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed August 23, 2019 NEW
I find it shocking that adults of tweens (old enough to legally be left unsupervised) are expected to pay full price admission. I was told their policy is anyone under 18 requires someone over 18 with them. I do not play with LEGO, no disrespect for the adults who do, so what am I paying for to enter with my kids? I feel terrible for the families that had to pay for 2 adults. $32 for one child to play with used dirty LEGO is even steep, but expected given the novelty of this tourist trap. Skip the cafe if you can, it’s not great - but does have bottomless fountain drinks which is nice when your trying to keep yourself entertained while waiting for your kids. An acceptable coverage if $5 per adult would be reasonable. We will never return. Tip- bring ear plugs or noise canceling headphones.
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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.