Legoland Discovery Center Kansas City is an indoor family entertainment center located in the Crown Center in Kansas City, Missouri. The attraction includes Lego rides, a soft play area, a 4D cinema and a gift shop. LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Kansas City is owned and operated by the British leisure group Merlin Entertainments.
History [ edit ]
LEGO® bricks were invented by Danish carpenter Ole Kirk Kristiansen in 1958. The LEGO® employees were often interrupted by visitors who wanted to see what they could build with LEGO bricks. So one day someone came up with the idea to build a park where visitors could build with the bricks. The first
Legoland Discovery Center was opened in Berlin in 2007, and since then a total of 12 LEGOLAND® Discovery Centers have been opened. LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Kansas City was opened in 2012.
Rides & Attractions [ edit ]
LEGO® Factory Tour where visitors can learn how LEGO bricks are made
LEGO® 4D Cinema showing 4D films featuring popular LEGO characters throughout the day
Kingdom Quest Laser Ride where visitors must zap the ogres, rats and cats and keep an eye out for treasure chests!
A LEGO replica of the local area in MINILAND®
Merlin’s Apprentice Ride where visitors can pedal to lift off the ground and look over the rest of Legoland Discovery Center Kansas City
LEGO® Master Builder Academy offering classes with LEGOLAND® Discovery Center's Master Model Builders
The LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Shop with over 900 products
DUPLO® Village featuring a play slide, large animal models, and DUPLO bricks to build with
Visitors can build a LEGO tower and test its strength on the Earthquake Tables
Opportunity to meet the five LEGO® Friends- Stephanie, Olivia, Andrea, Mia, and Emma- build a LEGO microphone, and perform on the karaoke stage
Café serving food, drinks and snacks
Birthday Rooms for exclusive use as part of LEGOLAND® Discovery Center's Party Package
LEGO® City Play Zone featuring the Fire Academy, Coastguard Tower, and Construction Site
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