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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Dallas/Fort Worth

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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Dallas
Location:

Dallas, Texas, USA

Address:

3000 Grapevine Mills Pkwy, Grapevine, Texas 76051

Website:

http://www.legolanddiscoverycenter.com/dallasfw/

Owner:

Merlin Entertainments Group

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Dallas/Fort Worth is a LEGOLAND Discovery Center located in Grapevine Mills in Grapevine, Texas, USA. It opened in Spring 2011. It features a small LEGO Store and multiple attractions.

Attractions[edit]

LEGO Factory Tour[edit]

A guided tour of a LEGO Factory in which visitors receive a special promotional brick.

Kingdom Quest Laser Ride[edit]

A slow roller-coaster-style ride in which riders shoot at targets with infrared laser guns.

LEGO 4D Cinema[edit]

A 4D Cinema that shows short LEGO movies in 3D with added effects such as rain, snow, and wind inside the theater.

Miniland[edit]

An area that contains large models of local landmarks, such as Ranger's Ballpark in Arlington and DFW Airport. The area has many light-up and moving features.

Star Wars Miniland Model Display - Episode I[edit]

LEGO Racers: Build & Test[edit]

An area that allows visitors to build race cars or other wheeled creations and race them down on numerous different ramps.

LEGO City: Forest Ranger Pursuit[edit]

LEGO City Play Zone & Fire Academy[edit]

An indoor play structure that children can play in while their parents/ older siblings do something else. There are 3 sections: the Fire Academy, the Coast Guard Tower, and the Construction Site.

LEGO Girls - Princess Palace[edit]

A girls-themed area where kids can play with Belville LEGO bricks and a Karaoke machine.

Merlin's Apprentice Ride[edit]

A small ride in which visitors pedal in order to go round and round the statue of Merlin the Wizard.

DUPLO Village[edit]

A young-kids themed area where kids can play with DUPLO bricks and larger soft bricks. There is also a small playhouse.

Café[edit]

A small cafe that serves hot and cold food and drinks. The area also contains LEGO bricks for the kids and newspapers for the adults.

Birthday Rooms[edit]

An area where visitors can celebrate a special event or birthday party. There's food, soda, cake, party favors, and more for paying patrons.

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Shop[edit]

An small LEGO retail store right next to the Discovery Center. You do not have to buy admission tickets to access the store.

Pirate Beach[edit]

An outdoor, 10000 square-foot water playground, which will open on August 23rd 2014.

External links[edit]

LEGOLAND Discovery Centres
Europe
Berlin Birmingham Istanbul Manchester Oberhausen
North America
Arizona Atlanta Boston Chicago
Columbus Dallas/Fort Worth Kansas City Michigan
Philadelphia San Antonio Toronto Westchester
Asia
Osaka Shenyang Shanghai Tokyo
Australia
Melbourne
See also: LEGOLAND Parks

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