LEGOLAND Discovery Center Chicago in Schaumburg, IL

The Streets of Woodfield Schaumburg , IL 60173
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Immerse your family into one-of-a-kind LEGO® exhibits, rides, 4D theaters, and so much more at the LEGOLAND® Discovery Center in Chicago. Tour the LEGO® factory, ask a pro builder all of your questions, and build to your heart’s desire! From the DUPLO Village to MINILAND Chicago, there’s so much to explore. With 11+ attractions to enjoy, it’s fun for the whole family.


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Step inside LEGOLAND® Discovery Center and it's like you’ve just jumped into the biggest box of LEGO® bricks ever! Feel a part of the story in the 4D cinema –NEW February 20, 2016 - The LEGO Movie 4D, see iconic Chicago landmarks in MINILAND, learn top building secrets in the Master Builder Academy workshop, test your creations in the LEGO Racers Build & Test area and much more! LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Chicago is your passport to a LEGO world of color, creativity and fun. With over 2 million LEGO bricks under one roof, what will you discover?

Rides and Attractions:
Jungle Expedition
Kingdom Quest Laser Ride
LEGO Factory Tour
LEGO 4D Cinema – NEW 2/20/16 – The LEGO® Movie 4D
LEGO Master Builder Academy
LEGO Racers: Build & Test
Merlin's Apprentice Ride
Pirate Adventure Island
DUPLO Village

The LEGO®Movie 4D: A New Adventure, follows a new journey for Emmet, Wyldstyle, Unikitty, Benny and MetalBeard after they receive a mysterious invitation leading them to a new theme park where all of the rides are based on the characters’ adventures in “The LEGO Movie.” But not all is as it seems as the heroes are once again thrust into the middle of an evil secret plot, only this time, it will be up to the audience to use their Master Builder skills to help save them! Using elements such as wind, water, smoke and special lighting effects, the larger-than-life experience brings the film’s main characters, Emmet and Wyldstyle, back together with their friends for another awesome adventure.

Adults must have at least one child in their group to visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center.

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Steve I
"Great place for children!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 23, 2017 NEW
Our 4 grandchildren (6,5,4,2) had a wonderful time! 2 rides, a 4D movie, all kinds of amazing lego displays and hands on activity areas. Be sure to find coupons (Chick-fil-A) had coupons for free kids entry with a adult!
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Toni K
"Disappointing at best"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed June 23, 2017 NEW
We visited here on a Tuesday morning with our 2 year old and 9 year old daughters. The admission prices were ridiculous- over $60 for 3 of us (2 year old was free), and then we were offered the activity pass for another $5. We took it, thinking it would be something special, but it was really just a bunch of cards on a lanyard that our 9 year old never even looked at. There were 3 or 4 different daycares/summer camps there with large groups of children that day, so there were a ton of kids running EVERYWHERE, screaming and throwing things and standing on top of displays- with minimal supervision (not Legoland's fault- just be aware that this may be a common occurrence in the summer months). There was really very little to actually DO. We spent the most time looking at the Chicago mini-land landscape, but some parts of which didn't work when we pushed the buttons that were supposed to create lights/sounds. We quickly walked through the jungle section (again, nothing to actually do- just some animal lego creations to look at). We enjoyed the Star Wars section, displays were cool, but nothing to DO but look at them. We did the Knights ride were we listened to two teenage camp counselors argue with another patron about budging in front of people in line before we finally got our turn. The ride lasted all of about 45 seconds. We went upstairs and our 9 year old went on the wizard ride, which she said was OK. The water play area upstairs consisted of the water table being filled with a bunch of Lego boat parts and kids splashing the water out everywhere with their hands. The area to build a car and try it on the racetrack was filled with kids throwing lego parts (not constructed into anything) down the ramps, so we skipped that. When we went to the Duplo area with the 2 year old, she was playing with a few blocks and building a tower- until a girl around 5 years old ran directly over to her and knocked it down and then ran off, which dissolved our daughter into tears and we went to the Lego Friends section- which was thankfully much quieter. The only thing to do in this section was sit at the table and just build with whatever random pieces were there. We decided to skip the 4D movie as we didn't want to wait for it to start and we did look in the store before we left. We quickly discovered that the prices were much more expensive than the Lego store at the nearby Woodfield Mall. So we left without buying anything. It was fairly dirty and messy for us being there before noon. There needed to be more hand sanitizer stations, and my husband said the soap dispenser in the men's bathroom didn't work. Definitely not worth the money. We can go to the Legoland area in the Mall of America and see cool Lego sculptures and spend time building our own Lego creations there- for free.
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Marseilles, Illinois
"10 year old really enjoyed it"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 16, 2017 NEW
This is our second time to visit in 1 year and some of the exhibits changed plus we were thrilled that they now feature a lego building class with a master builder. Our 10 year old grandson was one of the older kids there but he had so much fun. Our grandsons are huge lego fans, runs in the family so this really was no surprise. Instead of a 3D movie as we saw last year, this was 4D, something incredible to experience. The "mini factory" where we saw bricks made was gone but I truly think with the whole area dedicated to interactiv play it lends to a better experience. We enjoy the one ride where you shoot at targets while riding in a moving car but the 2nd ride we could care less for. There is a nice area with water "river" to build a boat to float, tables etc to build and a nice curved track to send vehicles you build down. The jungle gym portion is spacious enough to accommodate many children but we opted to go midweek both times to make certain it wasn't too crowded. Our grandsons each at age 10 enjoyed the interactive exhibits, punch buttons for sounds etc of the Chicago exhibit, etc and the Star Wars room which was new to us was quite impressive. We are definitely going to take another grandson and possibly even granddaughters again. After leaving here we headed to Midevil Times just a few minutes away to end the day.
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"Ok "
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed June 15, 2017 NEW
Ok activity. Needs updated and more to do. Young man in the master builder class was great. Good way to spend an hour or two. Dont plan to eat here unless you want to spend alot of money on little food. Biy tickets online and save $.
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New Bremen, Ohio
"Lots of LEGOS!"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed June 15, 2017 NEW
LEGOLAND was a very good kid event. The grandkids loved going here. They loved the Chicago exhibit especially after being there the day before and seeing the places we visited. There are plenty of opportunities for hands on activities. This is actually very small and only plan on a couple of hours. The store was pretty disappointing. Smaller than a LEGO store found in a mall. The kids had fun and enjoyed it but it was not a highlight of the trip as we thought. Definitely get a GROUPON or discount for this. Do not pay full price!
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LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Chicago is located at The Streets of Woodfield Schaumburg , IL 60173
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Frequently Asked Questions about LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Chicago

When is the attraction open?
The LEGOLAND® Discover Center is open 365 days a year.

While hours are always subject to change, the standard hours of operation are:

  • Monday - Friday from 12:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
  • Saturday - Sunday from 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Is there a gift shop onsite?

Is the attraction appropriate for all ages?
The attraction is geared towards children ages 3-10, but offers fun for all ages.

How long does it take to complete the attraction?
On average, it takes guests 2 hours to complete all of the exhibits. However, you are welcome to take your time and experience all that LEGOLAND® Discovery Center offers.

Can adults visit the attraction without any children?
No. Adults must be accompanied by children in order to attend the attraction. Adult nights are held throughout the year to allow adult LEGO® fans to have fun!

Can I bring my own food and drink?
No. The only food/drink allowed is baby food or milk. The onsite cafe offers plenty of food and beverage choices for guests to enjoy.

Is readmission to the attraction available?
No. Guests are welcome to stay at the LEGOLAND® Discovery Center for as long as they desire. However, once you leave, you cannot re-enter the attraction.

Is the facility stroller-friendly?

Is the facility accommodating for guests with wheelchairs or mobility issues?
Yes. The facility also offers elevator access.