This fun imagination park will delight families and visitors of all ages. Whether you try out the fast thrill rides, use your mind at the test and build center, or live the life of a giant at Miniland, there’s something at Legoland for everyone.
This particular Legoland is actually the second in Germany. This newest Legoland park opened in 2002. (The original was located in Sierksdorf from 1973 – 1976 and today is Hansapark.)
Legoland is generally open from early April through early November. During the peak season it is open every day from 10 am to 6 pm (sometimes a bit later). The off-season will have shorter hours and fewer days available, with the park closed Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Roller Coasters, Design Simulation, Imagination, Panoramic Tower, Train Rides, Water Rides, Landmark Architecture, Driving Tracks, Carousel, Restaurants
How To Get To Legoland Deutschland
The closest airport is the Allgäu Airport Memmingen, which is less than one hour away from the park and can be reached via the A7.
If you’re traveling by car, take the A8 to Exit Günzburg and follow the signs to Legoland.
By Public Transport
The town of Günzburg is connected to the German railroad. From the train station, there is a shuttle bus that will bring you directly to Legoland park.
Project X — LEGO Test Track
In a park known more for its family-friendly nature than its thrill rides, Project X – LEGO Test Track is the exception. Located in the X-Treme part of the park, this fun ride allows its riders to “test” a new roller coaster that swerves and bends and flies on the track.
Build and Test Center
Do you have what it takes to design a state-of-the-art skyscraper? Let your child’s (or your own!) creativity run wild as you build new structures and test their functionality in the “real” world. The only thing required is your imagination. ;-)
Come and see your favorite world landmarks in miniaturized, Lego form! You’ll visit St Mark’s Plaza in Venice, Bavaria’s famed Cinderella castle of Neuschwanstein, the Netherlands’ windmills, Hamburg harbor and a Swiss mountain train station.
More Legoland Attractions
Kids will love the Piratenland, a more recent addition to the park, where they can pretend to sail the open seas in the pirate playground and pirate school. Adventureland features puppet theaters, a safari tour and jungle expedition for animal lovers.
In the Knights Kingdom, visitors can ride the Fire Dragon roller coaster, take a spin on the Caterpillar carousel, enter a jousting tournament on a Lego horse or pan for gold in the King’s Forest.
You won’t go hungry at Legoland park. With numerous snack stands, ice cream stops, cafes and restaurants, you have a choice of pizza, potato treats, burgers, barbecue and gourmet pastries.
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