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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester Yonkers

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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester
39 Fitzgerald Street
Yonkers
NY
10710
Tel: 866-243-0770

Where are we going today?

Love to create? So does LEGO! At LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester, kids aged 3 to 12 years have a host of indoor fun just waiting for them!

Located in the Ridge Hill shopping complex, kids and their parents can just have a great old fashioned New York LEGO experience with over 3 million (yes....3 MILLION!) LEGO bricks! Kids should be prepared for a day of color, imagination and creativity...and we love that!

Are you excited to hear all about what you can enjoy at LEGOLAND Discovery Center? Let's go then! How about starting with the fun Factory Tour, where you can find out how those colorful LEGO bricks are made? Any guesses? After the tour you can even take home your very own special brick. How cool!

Did you think there would be rides at LEGOLAND? There are! You can enjoy some friendly competition on Kingdom Quest Laser Quest where you can challenge each other as you zap the skeletons and trolls that are hiding behind the corners. The more you zap, the higher your score will be...it's all about skills!

Merlin's Apprentice Ride takes you on a magical journey where you have to see who can pedal the fastest in order to become Merlin's super cool apprentice.  You might even beat Merlin himself!

Don't forget about those amazing 4D cinema experiences that will draw you into a whole other world!

Kids can try and build the fastest car, or build models just like an expert at the Master Builder Academy. 

Parents - it's not just for the kids! There is a great cafe where you can relax, and those little ones can spend some time in the soft play area perfect for their inquisitive minds. 

Who knew LEGO could be so much fun? Well....LEGOLAND Discovery Center Winchester did! 

 

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFrom $20.50
  • ChildrenFrom $20.50
  • Free Under: 2 years
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

10am open. 7pm close Sun to Thurs / 9pm close Fri & Sat

All year round

Teachers corner

An ideal place to bring your class to discover colour, creativity and imagination through LEGO® Education at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Westchester. The attraction offers well-designed workshops to support the New York curriculum, with all workshops designed by teachers, for teachers. Teachers are also welcome to visit the attraction for free prior to the main class visit. Interactive workshops on offer include; Tall Towers to introduce students to basic design and engineering using dynamic Earthquake tables, and Race Car Workhop to develop mathematics and physics skills using LEGO® Racers: Build & Test platform to learn about speed, forces and collecting data..

I'm Hungry!

The cafe has a host of drinks, snacks and even meals for you to enjoy!.

Any Top Tips?

The first Thursday of every month is adult nights for the older LEGO fans!.

Doing our bit

The whole center and it's attractions have been designed for the maximum learning and play experience for kids. They are safe, clean, and lots of fun! .

Need a little extra help?

The whole center has been designed with everyone's needs in mind. They offer wheelchair access, but if you have any questions just as upon arrival .

Baby Facilities

Both male and female rooms have full baby changing facilities.

Can I get one of those?

® Discovery Center Westchester offers Activity Packs for children to enjoy through their visit to the attraction. Complete puzzles and quizzes and collect stamps throughout the attraction. Collect all the stamps to receive a special pop-badge to take home! Activity Packs come with a free LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester lanyard. Bring your activity pack the next time you visit to receive a difference pop badge to add to your collection. Activity Packs cost $4 per pack and are available to purchase on arrival at the attraction..

More information

Midweek is often the quietest if you want to try and visit with less crowds.

What people are saying?

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    My six-year-old played hard and had a great time for 6 1/2 hours before he finally got tired. It made me happy to see him have so much fun. I'm not sure how well the center would hold up to repeat visits, unless they change the attractions, but we sure got good value. (It also helped that we used a coupon from the Lego Movie DVD to get our child in free). I'll also note that the employees were without exception friendly and pleasant.

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    Me, my wife and my 3-year old daughter absolutely loved this place! It was nice and clean and had a lot of stuff to do for a small place. There were two amusement park-type rides and millions and millions of legos to play with and a play area. The staff there was friendly, helpful and professional. Best of all, I found it safe for my child. It is located in an upscale and beautiful shopping area which is a size big enough to have its own zip code with a lot of nice shops and restaurants. You can have lunch and go shopping after your visit to Legoland....Read More

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    It was just okay... but maybe I went in expecting too much? There are 2 "rides", about 5 stations for kids to play with legos, and a jungle gym on steroids. For the 2-5y/o crowd, there is a slide and a sandbox full of duplos.

    The 3D movie was cute, but the glasses were so beat up, it made it impossible to watch.

    Since we had kids of mixed ages, we didn't get to try the Lego Master Builder class. I'm hoping that class makes up for the rest of it...

    The displays are kind of cool. The kids did enjoy themselves, but it hardly seemed worth the price...Read More

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    Great staff. We spent about 3 hours there on a busy July 4th Sunday. They remembered my kids all through our visit. They even returned our lost cell phone in a very friendly yet professional manner.

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    Took my 5 year old and 3 year old boys for the first time. The factory tour was a joke. Just a bunch of people stuffed into a small room and not really allowed to do much. The kids had no attention span to listen to the guy explaining useless info on how lego pieces are made. The city scapes were okay. Overall, the place was small and I couldn't take my kids on either of the rides because I had two little ones by myself and rides are all set up for 2 people. The final nail in the coffin was when I was trying to help my 3 year old build something...Read More

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by Neil Ramchandani

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Me, my wife and my 3-year old daughter absolutely loved this place! It was nice and clean and had a lot of stuff to do for a small place. There were two amusement park-type rides and millions and millions of legos to play with and a play area. The staff there was friendly, helpful and professional. Best of all, I found it safe for my child. It is located in an upscale and beautiful shopping area which is a size big enough to have its own zip code with a lot of nice shops and restaurants. You can have lunch and go shopping after your visit to Legoland. We had such a good time that I have upgraded our one day passes to season passes. Must go for the whole family. I only wish that there was a Legoland Amusement Park near NYC but this is acceptable.

by Michelle Lee

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It was just okay... but maybe I went in expecting too much? There are 2 "rides", about 5 stations for kids to play with legos, and a jungle gym on steroids. For the 2-5y/o crowd, there is a slide and a sandbox full of duplos.

The 3D movie was cute, but the glasses were so beat up, it made it impossible to watch.

Since we had kids of mixed ages, we didn't get to try the Lego Master Builder class. I'm hoping that class makes up for the rest of it...

The displays are kind of cool. The kids did enjoy themselves, but it hardly seemed worth the price of admission. Next time I'll just buy them $100 worth of legos and stay home.

by Jungrok Shin

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Took my 5 year old and 3 year old boys for the first time. The factory tour was a joke. Just a bunch of people stuffed into a small room and not really allowed to do much. The kids had no attention span to listen to the guy explaining useless info on how lego pieces are made. The city scapes were okay. Overall, the place was small and I couldn't take my kids on either of the rides because I had two little ones by myself and rides are all set up for 2 people. The final nail in the coffin was when I was trying to help my 3 year old build something at the racer area. My 5 year old lost track of me, panicked and ran out looking for me. I was about to go find a staff person to help me when one brought him back to me, for which I was grateful. However, the MASSIVE attitude that the lady gave me was NOT WELCOME. She apparently thought it was her job to chastise me repeatedly and when I wasn't satisfactorily contrite/gushing with thanks, she kept repeating that I must not be understanding her and that she had to call a supervisor to get me to understand. Other parents that were just around and I didn't know even tried to intervene, that was how nasty this lady was. I will NEVER EVER EVER GO BACK TO THIS PLACE. Wasn't worth the money in the first place, too crowded, if you don't purchase a ticket in advance, you won't get in, and the staff is terrible.

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