Wednesday, June 21, 2017

New at Legoland Discovery Centre Toronto - LEGO Ninjago City Adventure

The Legoland Discovery Centre is located just North of Toronto in the Vaughan Mills Mall, just off HWY 400 in Vaughan, and is the ultimate destination for all things LEGO. Boo and I have visited a few times in the past, although he is aging out of it now as it's geared primarily for kids aged 3-10. There are 2 rides, a 4D theatre (my fave!), and a ton of attractions, plus lots of opportunities to just build and explore. Since I am always fascinated by the amazing things master builders create, I especially enjoy the Miniland version of Toronto, created with over half a million bricks. Check out all the spectators included in the Rogers Centre and ACC models. Boo always enjoyed building and racing custom vehicles at LEGO Racers: Build & Test.

The Centre has explanded it's offerings with the opening of the new LEGO Ninjago City Adventure attraction this month. This new 2,300-square-foot interactive play area is the Centre’s 5th interactive experience added since opening four years ago.

LEGO Ninjago City Adventure is a two-storey play structure modeled after the Temple of Airjitzu, putting guests’ physical skills to the test as they fight to save Ninjago City. Together, adults and children will test their balance, agility, strength and endurance to become a Spinjitzu Master, all while experiencing more than 20 interactive features.

Guests of ALL ages can join Sensei Wu and practice ninja moves in the Dojo training room by testing hand-eye coordination on the color crush reflex reaction game. Moving on to the temple, ninjas-in-training engage in several obstacle course challenges inspired by their favorite Ninjago characters Kai, Jay, Cole, Lloyd, Zane and Nya.

There are tons of interactive activities including navigating a vortex spinning barrel, mastering the art of Spinjitzu on the spiral slide of lights, harnessing the power of the water on wave decks, crawling through hover rings and lightning buzzer bars, taking on a crisscross maze and vertical rope climb, testing LEGO® building skills and more.

Some Ninjago City Adventure Stats:

  • It took approximately 7,000 hours to build Ninjago City Adventure 
  • More than 110,000 LEGO® bricks were used to create the three showcase models: Sensei Wu, Jay and Nya 
  • The three Ninjago models were built in Kladno, in the Czech Republic, by LEGO Production s.r.o. Built by LEGO® model builders 
  • There are over 20 interactives for kids, including a Ninjago model build table, reaction game, endless pit, spinning barrel, Pogo power and more 
  • There is a special Toddler Area that features a Spin Cup (spin like a Spinjitzu Master), Toddler Climber (develop your perceptions and quick Ninja reflexes) and Drum Panel (play with elemental sounds and power) 
  • Ninjago City Adventure was constructed by Soft Play from North Carolina, one of the largest manufacturers in the world

Savings Offer

To celebrate the opening of Ninjago City Adventure, LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto will take $5 off a regular-priced admission ticket for any child who wears his or her martial arts uniform in the month of June. Cool, hey?

A Giveaway

Would you like to check this out with your family? One lucky RMB reader will be receiving admission for 4 people to Legoland Discovery Centre Toronto. Please remember - adults must be accompanied by a child. Entries are via the widget below and will be accepted until 11:59pm EDT, July 9. Giveaway open to Canadian residents only. Prize includes admission only. Travel to the venue is at winner's expense. Prize value - $96. Best of luck!

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