Over Memorial Day weekend we decided to treat the girls to an expensive (for us) outing. I bought them a set of girl-colored LEGOs a few weeks ago and they love playing with them. So, we thought they would enjoy LEGO Land, which is in downtown Atlanta. We paid for the reduced admission, which means you have to enter after 4 p.m. The girls were very excited and thought the statues of "LEGO people" were great:
Also, if your kids are young enough and want to play in the foam area, which is huge, they have wear socks. We did not read that on the web site and Robby had to run to a department store in the mall to buy a pair of socks for Sabrina.
There are two "rides," both of which were kind of silly and boring. There was also a 4D movie, which included and "immersive" experience: i.e. you got snowed on. But, the movie was not even dubbed in English and the story line was therefore hard to follow.
So, like I said above, the most valuable aspect of this place is the opportunity for kids to just play with LEGOs for hours on end.