Calling all Legomaniacs young and old – take a trip to Legoland, California! Just thirty minutes north of San Diego and one hour south of Anaheim, Legoland is a great destination for families with young children, and is packed with fun for all ages.

Whether stopping by on a day trip or coming for a vacation, there are endless good times to be had. The resort boasts over 60 rides and attractions to keep your senses tingling.

Head to Fun Town where you can stroll through the Adventurers Club and explore ancient mysteries from Egypt to the Arctic. Take a ride up the Power Towers to see panoramic views of the whole resort. In Pirate Shores you can test your sea legs on Captain Cranky’s swaying ship or take a splash as your log-boat journeys through Treasure Falls mini water flume. A short walk over to Dino Island lets you zoom through a jungle of excitement on the Coastersaurus, dodging a gigantic lego-dinos.

Junior archeologists can uncover prehistoric bones at Dig Those Dinos, with over 30 cubic yards of sand to explore. Young golfers can head to the Wild Woods for 18 holes of miniature golf packed with lego creations. The Land of Adventure lets your family team together on an expedition to recover stolen treasure from the Lost Kingdom by blasting targets laser guns. Explore the park to discover worlds of family fun.

On hot summer days, go get your feet wet and Legoland Water Park. After a slide down the Splash Safari and a water-cannon blast off at Pirate Reef, you’ll be cool and a cucumber.

After a busy day of adventuring, you’ll be spoilt for choice with dining options from great American classics, kid-friendly favorites and amusement park treats. Head to Castle Hill for a juicy Castle Burger then stop by Granny’s Apple Fries for a Legoland signature dessert. Hankering for a slice? Go to Pizza Zone in the Imagination Zone where individual and family sized pizzas are served hot from the oven. Looking for something healthy? The Garden Restaurant in Miniland USA is your destination for fresh, gourmet sandwiches, soups and salads.

Legoland is open five days a week, and is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Legoland opens specially for select public holidays so be sure to check the opening hours online before setting off.

You can save time and money by booking your Legoland tickets online before setting off.