Kids go Free in October to Legoland with Paid Adult Admission

October is going to be a great time to visit October. The weather is cooling down and you’re going to be saving so much money! Kids rule San Diego in October and here is another deal you don’t want to miss out on!

One of our favorite places, Legoland, will be offering a free child’s admission with every adult ticket purchased. You can buy tickets in advance at LEGOLAND.com/KidsGoFree orpurchase same day at LEGOLAND Ticket Booth. This exclusive offer is only valid Sept. 8, 2015 – Oct. 31, 2015

You can download your coupon here. We love Legoland and love heading there in the Fall. The crowds are gone, the weather is perfect, and it is a wonderful experience. Make sure to take advantage of this deal. For additional info head here.

Halloween Roundup: Brick-or-Treat Party at the Legoland Resort

 

Brick or Treat Party Legoland

Brick or Treat Party Legoland

 

The days are flying by, and although it’s hard to believe with 100 degree plus weather, Halloween is only about a month away. It is one of my family’s favorite holidays and we go all out. We love to decorate, dress up, and make our way to some fun Halloween events.

One of our favorites is the Brick-or-Treat Party Nights at Legoland. The party is taking place every Saturday in October, plus two Friday nights, October 17th, and October 24th. We make it out each year and it so much fun! There is so much for the kiddos to do. They can trick or treat, dance the night away, costume contests, and Fireworks! Brick-or-Treat is included with general day admission, or you can purchase event only tickets for that evening. Event tickets start at $30 for Friday nights, and $35 for Saturday nights.  We have season passes and get in for Free. It’s one other reason why I love having an annual pass to Legoland.

For additional info or to purchase your ticket head here.

Legoland Water Park

Fun at Legoland!

Fun at Legoland!

 

To celebrate the official start of Summer Vacay, we packed a big bag and headed down to the Legoland Water Park. We’ve had annual passes for over a year now, but because my son broke his arm last Summer, this was the first time heading to the Water Park. We were not disappointed! The Legoland Water Park is so much fun and here’s why.

Two super excited kiddos!

Two super excited kiddos!

The park is divided into two main sections, the water park, and the new Chima Water Park. My son couldn’t contain himself. I thought he was literally going to pass out from excitement.  He is obsessed with Legos and he was in Heaven! It really is a kid’s dream land. The Water Park is located inside of Legoland. You can enjoy a day at Legoland and once you’re ready to cool off, you can pay an additional fee to get into the park, or… you can purchase an annual pass and enjoy Legoland, Legoland Aquarium, and the Legoland Water Park. We have an Merlin Annual Membership and we LOVE it! We really get plenty of use out of our passes.

Chima Water Park

Chima Water Park

The park is very clean and there are lifeguards everywhere you turn. I can’t really relax when the kids are near water, and I was definitely able to relax on our visit. There are plenty of areas to play in and also relax. There are plenty of places for the kiddos to play their hearts out and have fun. There are two large slides, a tidal wave area, water tables, a beach, splash pad, and of course one awesome lazy river. I loved that there were plenty of rafts, a very organized shoe cubby, and it wasn’t crowded. I could have spent all day lounging around the lazy river.  My kids have not stopped talking about our visit and we have decided to head over at least once a week during the summer.

I lounged around this beach area.

I lounged around this beach area.

I know that if you have itty bitty kiddos, heading to the water park can be a little tough. Well not at Legoland. If you have younger kiddos, this is definitely the place for you. There are several toddler area splash pads, “water slides”, and even a toddler lazy river.  It looked like everyone was having a blast.

If you’re looking for something fun to do with the kiddos, I would definitely recommend a day at Legoland. Pack a bag, bring some snacks, lunch, towels, goggles, and have some fun!

For additional info head here.