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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta Atlanta

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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta
3500 Peachtree Rd. NE
Suite G-1
Atlanta
GA
30326
Tel: 404-848-9252

Where are we going today?

Who would have thought a simple trip to the mall could end up with hours of fun LEGO play for kids up to 12 years! If you head to Phipps Plaza Shopping Mall in Atlanta, that's exactly what could happen!

LEGOLAND Discovery Center is indoor fun filled with fun LEGO based activities for those curious and playful kids. 

With 15 attractions in total, there will certainly be something for kids AND their parents!

Those swashbucklers will love the Pirate Adventure Island, with pirate-themed play that encourages kis to free play with the hands-on sensory activities. They can build their own LEGO sandcastle, or even plot their own treasure map! Keep an eye out for the hidden sea creatures, treasure, and even a crystal cave!

Get ready to take on the cats, rats and ogres in the Kingdom Quest Laser Ride, where you can take your trusty, and safe, laser and try and zap them all! Watch out for those treasure chests - they are extra points! Parents can join in too so it really can be a whole family affair!

The world comes to life in miniature form in Miniland, where 1.5 million LEGO bricks form trains, airships, and city life - some of it moving! What will you recognize!

From building workshops for those experimental minds, a 4D theater to entertain you, and the popular Merlin's Apprentice Ride where you have to pedal as fast as you can to life up off the ground, there really will be plenty for the whole family! 

A family day out in Atlanta never sounded so fun with LEGOLAND Discovery Center!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$20 on the door.
  • ChildrenSame as adult
  • Free Under: 2 years
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

10am - 7pm Sun - Fri / 10am - 9pm Sat

All year round. Holiday hours may vary

Teachers corner

LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Atlanta provides School and Field trips for children aged 4 – 10 years, pre-school and kindergarten groups, and also homeschool groups. The LEGO® based workshops all support the Georgia Standard of Performance..

I'm Hungry!

They have a cafe with yummy snacks and drinks to fill those rumbling tummies. No outside food or drink allowed.

Healthy Eating!

They have salads and sandwiches in the cafe.

Any Top Tips?

Allow 2 - 3 hours for your visit! You can stay as long as you like, but give yourself time to really play with each area.

Need a little extra help?

The entire experience is wheelchair accessible, including an elevator.

Baby Facilities

They have full baby changing stations, as well as a family restroom.

Can I get one of those?

They offer Activity Packs for kids to enjoy through their visit to the attraction. Complete puzzles and quizzes and collect stamps, and win prizes! There is also a gift shop to pick up some great LEGO based souvenirs and items!.

More information

Last admission is 5pm Sunday - Friday, and 7pm on Saturdays.

What people are saying?

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    I understand the reason for having a "no child/no entry" rule but this needs to be posted more prominently on the website and at the entry. And the staff needs customer service training to assist guests who buy tickets online and show up.

    When my husband and I prepaid for tickets online and showed up - THE STAFF WAS HORRIBLE TO US. No one would speak directly to us, no one would make eye contact with us, we had NO CLUE what the problem was. They made us stand to the side and had a security officer stand next to us. He also refused to speak to...Read More

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    First off, you are not allowed entry unless you are with a child. I love that rule. I feel like it keeps out riff raff and makes it all about the kids/family experience. While I do not have children of my own, i do have 2 little brothers. I haven't been with them though because I discovered that once a month they do an Adult night! A few hours each month there are no kids allowed, which means the adults get to act like kids. It's SO MUCH FUN! They have an interactive shooting game/ride, a little spinning ride, a jungle gym, karaoke, and of course...Read More

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    They do not let you in unless you are a child or a parent with a child. EXCEPT FRO ADULT NIGHT!!! One night a month they open late and let adults play in the Legoland. I feel like a giant kid when I go there. They have a jungle gym and more legos than you can imagine! Great place for a date night or any one that loves legos.

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    Well I guess you can’t expect much when the LegoLand is inside of a mall! I do not have anything to compare this location too, considering I have not been to any of the other Legoland locations. I will say this location was a bit small, I was so excited to take my nephew and it was over before it began. I will say for little kids no older than 5 this will be a great experience, they will be able to run around and have a great time. For kids older than 6 I think the two rides and the jungle gym will get old pretty quick. I was not impressed, but...Read More

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    I was underwhelmed. I get that it's not meant to be an amusement park, but for a DISCOVERY center it was lacking quite a bit. The potential is immense to create guided building areas to challenge kids, but instead most of it is just bowls of Legos sitting around. There is one area that is a race track and that's great bc it gives kids direction. There's a lego friends kitchen that could have used some of the same creativity instead of just piles of Legos sitting around. It's a great idea, but once you get passed the initial "how a lego is made"...Read More

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by Michele XXX

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I understand the reason for having a "no child/no entry" rule but this needs to be posted more prominently on the website and at the entry. And the staff needs customer service training to assist guests who buy tickets online and show up.

When my husband and I prepaid for tickets online and showed up - THE STAFF WAS HORRIBLE TO US. No one would speak directly to us, no one would make eye contact with us, we had NO CLUE what the problem was. They made us stand to the side and had a security officer stand next to us. He also refused to speak to us or make eye contact with us. A manager finally showed up and handed us the form to complete for a refund and walked away. WE STILL DIDN'T KNOW WHAT WAS GOING ON . When my husband called after the manager she finally explained the no child/no entry policy by YELLING IT AT US, then walked away. (For the record, we were dressed very nicely and tried our best to be polite in spite of the HORRIBLE treatment.)

by Bianca Lloyd-Gomez

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First off, you are not allowed entry unless you are with a child. I love that rule. I feel like it keeps out riff raff and makes it all about the kids/family experience. While I do not have children of my own, i do have 2 little brothers. I haven't been with them though because I discovered that once a month they do an Adult night! A few hours each month there are no kids allowed, which means the adults get to act like kids. It's SO MUCH FUN! They have an interactive shooting game/ride, a little spinning ride, a jungle gym, karaoke, and of course LEGOS! Best for adults who are still kids at heart and not ashamed to act like it!

by Kay Robinson

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Well I guess you can’t expect much when the LegoLand is inside of a mall! I do not have anything to compare this location too, considering I have not been to any of the other Legoland locations. I will say this location was a bit small, I was so excited to take my nephew and it was over before it began. I will say for little kids no older than 5 this will be a great experience, they will be able to run around and have a great time. For kids older than 6 I think the two rides and the jungle gym will get old pretty quick. I was not impressed, but my nephew who is 4 had a great time!

by Erin Jones

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I was underwhelmed. I get that it's not meant to be an amusement park, but for a DISCOVERY center it was lacking quite a bit. The potential is immense to create guided building areas to challenge kids, but instead most of it is just bowls of Legos sitting around. There is one area that is a race track and that's great bc it gives kids direction. There's a lego friends kitchen that could have used some of the same creativity instead of just piles of Legos sitting around. It's a great idea, but once you get passed the initial "how a lego is made" room it's a bit disappointing. I don't like to pay that much to be disappointed.

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