Celebrate The Holidays At LEGOLAND California

We visited LEGOLAND California and this was our first time ever visiting during the holiday season. I am a LEGOLAND Blogger Ambassador and love sharing about LEGO sets we build, the park, the two hotels on property and so much more. We were so excited to spend the day at LEGOLAND and it really got us ready for the holidays. Let me share with you everything you can't miss this holiday season.

You can celebrate the holidays at LEGOLAND now until Jan 7

1. First make sure you download the LEGOLAND app OR print the holiday event guide HERE that will tell you everything that is going on at the park the day of your visit, but the app will share more times and locations. The app is amazing and I highly recommend using it.

There are festive holiday characters all around the park.  I love that!

2. Don't miss meeting LEGO Toy Solider, Santa, Gingerbread Man, Snowman and more Christmas friends. Remember to check the app for times and locations.

Make sure you look for these signs around the park.  These signs help to show you where  entertainment or a character will be along with the time.

Gingerbread Man is located in Imagination Zone right by the LEGO Show Place 4D

Santa is located in Fun Town.  

You can meet Snowman at Castle Hill

You can meet Toy Solider right in the front of LEGOLAND by the tree.

3. Don't miss the Mint Marching Band. Get ready to clap along to the beat of LEGO Toy Solider and the marching band. The route begins by the First Aid, through The Beginning and Imagination Zone.

4. Don't forget to shop at The Big Shop this holiday season and get all your Christmas gifts!  They have every LEGO set you could imagine.

5. Don't miss the Tinsel Trio. Listen to the fun jolly sounds of this amazing trio.

6. Get your photo by the LEGO Christmas tree right when you enter the park and the LEGO Christmas Wreath.

The wreath is located in Fun Land.

7. Listen to the Merry Mistletones near the Police and Fire Academy.

8. Dance along to Benny's Ugly Sweater Party in The LEGO Movie World

9. Watch Once Upon A Brick-Mas! A story is told of the Wizard and first snow of Winter Hill.  This is in Castle Hill.

10. Play along with some Reindeer Games at the Candy Cane Stage with elves and a LEGO Reindeer!

11. Jingle Jamboree at the Candy Cane Stage. This is the final show of the day. Get ready to sing and dance to merry little tunes.

LEGOLAND is the perfect holiday destination if you love LEGO.

The food is great at LEGOLAND. There is something for everyone. They have burgers, churros, pasta, pizza, salads, ice cream, BBQ, deli sandwiches and more. Click here to see some of the dining options. Two of my favorite places to eat are in Imagination Zone. We love Pizza & Pasta Buffet and Pizza Mania.

Click here to purchase tickets.

Don't forget to visit the Sea Life Aquarium. It is located inside LEGOLAND. You have to purchase a 1 day theme park + aquarium ticket. The aquarium is so fun and worth visiting!

Sea Life Aquarium is your child's first interactive guide to the life of the sea, combining active hands-on learning with fascinating educational talks and up close encounters with sea creatures including sharks, octopi and rays!

Thank you LEGOLAND California for an awesome day! I have been a LEGOLAND Blogger Ambassador since 2017 so if you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.

Here are some of my previous blog posts about other attractions at LEGOLAND and the Halloween Brick OR Treat Party:

Click here for a blog post about both LEGOLAND Hotels

Click here for a blog post about the LEGO MOVIE WORLD

Click here for a blog post about the LEGOLAND Water Park

Click here for a blog post about the Deep Sea Adventure Ride

Click here for a blog post about the Duplo Playtown

Click here for a blog post about the Brick OR Treat Party

Click here for a blog post about LEGO Ninjago World

Click here for a blog post about the LEGO MOVIE 2 and my interview with the cast