I know for sure at this moment you are thinking about activities-to-do or places to visit for March Break or maybe you are that awesome of a parent to have figured it out by now. Well, as for me, I already planned everything for my kiddo and since it’s Ethan’s first March Break experience I made sure it will be a remarkable one.
As some of you may know, I am really fond of finding amazing places for my family to where we can bond and have quality time together. I go beyond anyone’s expectations when it comes to planning recreations and short trips. But don’t get me wrong we still love couch potatoing for some weekends, but yeah.. maybe we are somewhere in between.
Then, one weekend, we thought of bringing Ethan to Legoland.
Legoland is a Lego-themed indoor playground in Ontario where families can be imaginative and can share incredible ideas through their innate creative minds together. It is an ultimate getaway from the real world where you and the whole family can explore a world with endless possibilities!
1 Bass Pro Mills Drive Vaughan ON L4K 5W4 Canada
Online Saver Ticket – $15.40 – I recommend that you purchase your tickets online. Not only that it’s way more cheaper than walking in ($22) but also guarantees your accommodation.
Flexi Ticket – $24 – This is intended for those who are undecided of the date when to visit. People who have it can come anytime within the year.
So, let me take you inside and learn what’s in there.
Lego Racers: Build & Test
Lego 4D Cinema
“I take upon myself to assure that we often spend quality family time for I want my child to realize the significance of creating wonderful memories together with regards to becoming a good individual in the society – a kind of person who is God-fearing, who strongly believes in the importance of camaraderie, and someone who takes responsibility for his own actions.” – Iza