_We***24Legoland California is about 100 kilometers away from Los Angeles, about an hour's drive. The whole park is divided into 9 parts, DinoIsland, ExploreVillage, FunTown, MinilandUSA, etc. There are more than 50 play items, mainly for children aged 2-12. The facilities and landscape in the park are basically built with Lego bricks, which is full of childishness.
E27***44If you can, go on a weekday rather than a weekend as its definitely busy. get the all day dining pass if you’re staying the whole day as food can get pricey. look into getting those refillable tumblers, not only do you get drinks the whole day, you also have a cute tumbler to take home
love is blueAs an animal lover, my son and I have been to the San Diego Zoo and Sea World; I'm not sure if the Safari Park will attract his attention. I think it can't be wrong! It's really amazing! In one respect, it's better than zoos; obviously, they don't have so many animals, so they have more habitat. In some ways, I like it better because it is simpler. Although it is not so big, it has more children but is easier to manage! Remember, be sure to take the free tram in the middle of the fence, you can watch all the large animals in only 25 minutes!