- Ages 0-12
- Theme Parks and Funfairs, Indoor and Soft Play Areas
If only the world were built of LEGO®… well, it pretty much is at the LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Manchester where billions of bricks have created a wonderful family day out.
Now we know everything comes in cubes, but where’s the best place to get building? Head on over to MINILAND where over 1.5 million bricks make up an interactive city; towers glow and airships swoop while kids play. Next up, turn back time and ride out to Kingdom Quest where a Princess needs rescuing from horrible trolls and skeletons! Can you save her?
There’s no such thing as being a square here (apart from the obvious) so kids can do whatever they fancy, like earning their license in the LEGO® Forest Pursuit Driving School or jumping headfirst into the domain of magic on Merlin’s Apprentice ride. All sorts of wild rides are on offer but perhaps the scariest activity of all? Test your pipes with a round of karaoke.
- Interactive quests like Kingdom Quest
- Learn to drive or sing karaoke with your cuboid pals
- Extras including soft play and story time
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 18:00
Christmas Eve 10:00 - 17:00
New Years Eve 10:00 - 17:00
Closed 25th December
1 hour before attraction closes
Adults (18+) from £19.95
Kids (3-17) from £15.95
Under 3's: Free
Barton Square, The Trafford Centre, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M17 8AS, England
0161 749 2870
WebsiteClick here to visit LEGOLAND Discovery Centre's website.
Yes, there is parking nearby.
The closest car park to the attraction is at Barton Square.
Yes, there are toilets, accessible toilets and baby changing facilities.
Yes, there are baby changing facilities.
Yes, you can bring a picnic.
Yes, snacks are available.
Yes, LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is wheelchair friendly and has accessible toilets.
Yes, LEGOLAND Discovery Centre have stated they are pushchair friendly.
LEGOLAND Discovery Centre has not told us if they are dog friendly.
Kids loved it! 5 out of 5 stars
I took my two little ones (4 and 8) to Legoland and Sea Life for the day - you can buy a ticket that gets you into both and works out cheaper. They absolutely loved it! Admittedly neither attractions are the biggest places in the world... if you're expecting the Legoland theme park you will be disappointed. However, they had a few rides, the 4d cinema was definitely a highlight, my 8 year old is Ninjago mad so absolutely loved the themed play area. Again, although Sea Life isn't huge there was plenty of feeds/talks and the staff really took the time to talk to the kids. My 4 year old was thrilled as she got to touch a snake! Would definitely recommend for a day out with a bit of difference!Mommabear
Good but a short trip 3 out of 5 stars
Not that entertaining but still worth a visit when the offers are on. If you visit the Trafford Centre visit they often have tickets on offer. Only around 90 mins spent here and the shop is really expensive. Only been value for money because we got an offer. Great for a rainy day. Sea life centre next door and can be a nightmare for parking.nikkileese22