Having Fun at Legoland with 3 Small Kids with our Legoland San Diego Homeschool Discounts
I had heard of Legoland San Diego, but had never been there. Hadn’t even researched it. It seemed like in a period of 2 months I had 3 different people exclaim how fun Legoland is and how it is perfect for families with young children. Ours are 4, 2 and 8 months old. Then, out of the blue, a great homeschooling mom friend of mine sent out an invite on Facebook to go to Legoland Callifornia! Then, I knew, it was meant to be…we must go and play!
Legoland Discounts – Go With A Homeschool Group for a Great Deal on Tickets!
My friend had gotten a discount on Legoland tickets by putting together a group of homeschooling families to go. She had to buy all the tickets. We paid her directly for ours. Then, we got there a bit late (I knew we would, takes us awhile to get all the littles ready for a full day of fun), so ours were waiting at Will Call when we got there.
Our First Trip to Legoland – Better than Disneyland for Young Families!
As soon as we pulled into the parking lot, I knew I was going to love this place. You see, I am used to taking our kiddos to Disneyland…with all the crazy crowds, adrenaline and waiting and waiting in line. The parking lot was welcoming, and not packed to capacity. We had a nice stroll to the entrance, which was right there by the parking lot! Yay!
Upon entering, the kids immediately saw interesting creatures made out of Legos. Then, there was a kid friendly ride to hop on within a few feet! Very short line! The baby was in the stroller and my husband came up with our 4 and 2 year olds. The line attendant offered him a stroller pass. So, my daughter waited with me while our son went on with dad. Then, my daughter and I went on right after them. So nice and family friendly.
Kid Friendly Rides, Fun Places to Run Around, A Sensible Closing Time
Next up, another kid friend ride that we just walked onto. I was loving Legoland! So glad we came on a Legoland Homeschool Group Discount. We ride hopped all day long. The kids loved it! The bathrooms had short, kid height sinks and towels, a HUGE plus for a mommy with 3 little ones. There were fun tactile things to play with as well as rides. It was so nice to be at an amusement park that caters to young children. The Legoland San Diego hours are sensible. The 5 o’clock closing time gave us plenty of time to play, then pack up and have dinner before our 2 hour drive home.
We will be back Legoland!! (My kids ask to go back almost daily).