Unleash your imagination during Legoland California Build ‘N Play days

Enjoy a getaway fit for knights and princesses with the new limited-time Build ‘N Play days at Legoland California Resort.

Photos courtesy of Legoland California Resort

Despite being closed, the theme park is offering new Build ‘N Play days beginning March 5, 2021. This experience offers exclusive access to select areas of the park, special entertainment and activities for guests of all ages.

“Over the last 12 months we have had to reimagine the world as it is and rebuild, so to speak, our world as we know it,” said Kurt Stocks, president of Legoland California Resort. “Build ‘N Play days gives children and their families the opportunity to reimagine their world using the power of play in a fun and safe environment. We’re eager and ready to open the rest of our park responsibly, as soon as possible, but until then, we know our guests will make memories during this experience.”

Children can explore Kai’s Spinners and Cole’s Rock Climb in Lego Ninjago World as well as the Hideaways play structure in Castle Hill. Other activities include a Miniland U.S.A. scavenger hunt, live entertainment, physically distanced meet-and-greets, shopping at The Big Shop and more. There will also be two unique building opportunities, complete with separate, sanitized brick packs to ensure safety.

The Market, Smokehouse BBQ, Pizza Mania and the Beer Garden will remain open, as will Granny’s Apple Fries.

Build ‘N Play days take place on select dates March 5 – May 2, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Tickets range from $19.99 – $29.99, and guests ages 2 and younger get in for free.

If one day isn’t enough, guests can book an overnight stay at the Legoland Castle Hotel. Resort guests can enjoy movies under the stars, character meet-and-greets, in-room treasure hunts and much more. Hotel rooms are also themed to Knights and Dragons, Royal Princesses and Magic Wizards.

Hotel guests will also receive exclusive access to Lego Chima Water Park from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on March 12 – May 2.

Legoland California Resort has “Safe to Play” protocols currently in place based on CDC guidelines. These protocols require face coverings, temperature checks, reduced capacity and more. To learn more, click here.

For more information about Legoland California Resort’s Build ‘N Play days, visit Legoland.com/California.


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