How Complex Technology Brings Ninjago to Life on Legoland’s Latest Ride

Recently I got to visit Legoland Windsor, which was a pretty cool way to spend a working day. Not only was I able to explore the park and get a glimpse of the model-making work done behind the scenes, I got to check out the latest ride to open up: the Lego Ninjago 4D interactive ride. Read More >>

An Inside Look at Legoland Windsor’s Model-Making Division

Everyone here knows about Lego, and knows just how much it can do. Whether you want to build a small house with a few dozen pieces, or an actual house with a few million, there's a lot you can do. Nowhere is that more apparent than in the Legoland theme parks. As you'd hope, almost everything in the park is Lego-themed, and with that theme comes a whole host of models and statues built almost entirely out of actual Lego pieces. Read More >>

Grown-Ass Men Denied Entry to Lego Playground, Say It’s a Human Rights Violation

Australia got its first Legoland Discovery Center this week in Melbourne, but some Lego fans aren’t too happy about it. A handful of adult men are pissed off that the Playground area is restricted to children. And one is even threatening to file a human rights complaint. Read More >>

It Took Half a Million Bricks to Build Legoland’s New Death Star

Even with gigantic stadia dotting the earth, it’s hard for us to imagine just how massive the Empire’s Death Star really was. Over in California’s Legoland they recently added a scale model of the Death Star to its collection, and using around half a million bricks it still ended being only about eight-feet in diameter. It’s no wonder the Emperor didn’t build with Lego. Read More >>

A Cheap Trip to Magical Funlands is Your Enjoy-the-Sun-While-It’s-Here Deal of the Day

The sun is shining so let's start thinking about getting out and about while it's here. We can carefully try and gauge when the six or seven days of summer might be and plan our outings accordingly. Read More >>