December 13, 2017

LEGOLAND's mini-Philly becomes winter wonderland

Kids can join in holiday-themed activities at the indoor playground

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LEGOLAND Discovery Center is open at the Plymouth Meeting Mall.

The LEGOLAND Discovery Center at the Plymouth Meeting Mall is doing something special for the holidays.

On Saturdays and Sundays, through Dec. 31, "Holiday Bricktacular" will take place at the indoor playground. 

Kids can meet with LEGO Santa, build LEGO ornaments to decorate the center's tree and join in more holiday-themed activities in the 10 LEGO Play Zones.


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MINILAND, a Play Zone where iconic Philly landmarks were recreated with 1.5 million LEGO bricks, will be transformed into a winter wonderland. 

See miniature replicas of places like Reading Terminal Market, Independence Hall, South Philly steak joints Pat's and Geno's, Boathouse Row, City Hall, and Lincoln Financial Field transformed for the holidays.

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LEGOLAND's Independence Hall.

For kids, it will be like taking a whirlwind tour of the whole city, without parents having to travel place to place.

Kids can also take part in a holiday scavenger hunt, stop by the North Pole for LEGO building tips and recharge with hot cocoa and cookies.

Parents and kids alike are invited to wear their favorite ugly sweater for the occasion. Admission to LEGOLAND is $19 online and $24 on-site.


"Holiday Bricktacular"

Saturdays and Sundays through Dec. 31
$19-$24 per person
LEGOLAND Discovery Center at the Plymouth Meeting Mall
500 W. Germantown Pike