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Heads up about Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester (Trafford Centre).

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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Just a heads up about Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester (Trafford Centre). If you are planning on going this Easter holiday with your kids, make sure you BOOK YOUR TICKET ONLINE beacuse they're only accepting prebooked tickets as they are so busy!!

You can also use TESCO CLUBCARD points to save a lot of money on entry (They let me in with these tickets but it's not gauranteed they'll let you as the prebookers are priorotized), using the Tesco points I got 2 tickets for £7 (Usual entry fees are £9.30 Child, £11.85 adult or £7 per person after 4pm ONLINE, on the door prices will be dearer when they start allowing people back in).

Hope this helps someone.
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
What did you think of it? Was planning on taking the kids last week but heard so may poor reports that we never bothered.
#2
kidcat
What did you think of it? Was planning on taking the kids last week but heard so may poor reports that we never bothered.


Worth £3.50 and a day out if you have some little ones but i'd say don't bother if you're planning to pay full price. It's not great but my 6 yr old seem to like it. The only things of note in there is the 4d cinema, lazer shootng ride and climbing frame slide thing. It's very small.
#3
why isnt it great whats wrong with it sounds great to me ?
#4
skiboy
why isnt it great whats wrong with it sounds great to me ?


It's very small and not a huge amout of stuff to do. Food and drink (As in all theme attractions) is expensive too.

The racer builder thing was a dissapointment too (You have to try and build the fastest racing car and race it down a ramp), on paper it sounds great but in reality kids were fighting over wheels to build their car (because I assume the useful parts have been knicked by light fingered people) and parts were missing. Shame really.
#5
I went the week it opened, queued for 30 mins to get in, and very disappointed, the only things any good were as already mentioned. I used clubcard vouchers so it was ok. When I went the full prices were £13.95 for adults, £11.95 for kids, had I paid full price I would have been devastated!!!

Myself, partner and 3 year old had quite an awful time as it was soooo busy and as mentioned is not the biggest of places

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