- Transportation to LEGOLAND California from San Diego
- Get to LEGOLAND California with ease and comfort on a climate-controlled bus from select San Diego hotels
- Add admission to the attractions with your choice of a 2-park or 3-park ticket
- Choose to include admission to LEGOLAND California, SEA LIFE Aquarium and LEGOLAND Water Park
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What You Can Expect
Your day starts with morning pickup from select San Diego hotels or Kettner Blvd. Then sit back and relax in your comfortable climate-controlled bus for the ride to LEGOLAND, which takes approximately one hour depending on traffic.
If you would like to include admission to LEGOLAND and SEA LIFE Aquarium, select the 2-Park option. With the 3-Park option, you get admission to LEGOLAND, SEA LIFE Aquarium and the LEGOLAND Water Park in addition to transportation from San Diego.
LEGOLAND California offers imagination-stimulating games and thrilling rides, with a variety of attractions on the sprawling 128-acre (52-hectare) site. Dig for life-like fossils at Dig Those Dinos, or ride through a prehistoric jungle on Coastersaurus. DUPLO Village has large soft LEGO bricks for making forts or hideaways. At Pirate Shores, kids can explore a pirate-themed splash park with six water rides including Soak ’N Sail, Splash Battle and LEGO boats.
Make sure to check out Miniland USA, which boasts large-scale Lego dioramas that construct detailed versions of New York's Central Park, a typical New England harbor, Mt Rushmore, the Sydney Opera House, the Taj Mahal and more. Stop at the Model Shop to watch master builders at work on new Lego creations, or slip into the theater for the Legends of Chima 4D-cinema experience.
SEA LIFE Aquarium is located next door to LEGOLAND California. There you can explore the Lost City of Atlantis, reached by walking through a 35-foot (10-meter) tunnel. See rays, sharks and an array of colorful tropical fish, or handle the critters at the Touch Pool. Both kids and adults will enjoy this interactive experience of the aquatic world.
LEGOLAND Water Park has two sections, one with the Build-A-Raft River, two sandy beaches and more than 20 LEGO models that splash water. The LEGO Legends of CHIMA™ Water Park includes the Lion Temple Wave Pool, a crocodile swamp and Build-a-Boat.
My eight year son liked Legoland very much.
Vicki L Singapore
Transportation was punctual and active in engaging the participants - entertaining us with tidbits of information on San Diego whilst enroute to our destination far, far away.
Tour did not opened on date reserved but when I call if was possible to re-book for next day. Driver arrived late to pick me up at the hotel and late to pick us up at Legoland and could not drop us at our hotels, only at the train station this second driver was quite nice, polite, made travel back easier.
The place is really nice!
Wonderful park experience! The pick up time at our hotel was delayed by 35 minutes but at least the company notified us about it. Also the pick up at the park was a bit later than expected. But a nice driver nonetheless.
A nice themepark for a day. We also went to the waterpark and Sealife, that was also great. legoland is a great way to spent a day with your children!
When arriving at Legoland we checked the return time with the driver and got off bus. Apparently others on bus decided to change the time after this but we were not informed. We left the park for a 4pm pickup and waited and waited and waited. A lady let me use her phone and I was then informed that the others had changed the time to 6.30pm and they had supposedly tried to contact us although no call was received. If we had known we would have stayed inside the park longer but not knowing did not get a pass out and was unable to go back inside. We had to wait outside for the few hours for the bus to collect us. We had a specific time to be back at our hotel by and only just made it due to the change in time. I visited the office the next day as I was unhappy and they gave us a free 1 hour harbour cruise to compensate.
We were late leaving to the destination by about 45 minutes. Then they picked me up one and half hours late. There was another party with; they got a call that they would be picking them up late. I did not receive such a call. My 6 yr old grandson and sat outside the park for one and half hours.
Didn't take the tour. It's confusing when purchasing tickets for Legoland and I spent 111 that I didn't get back because I was confused. I wound up spending another 200 for my kids first trip to Legoland. Who wants to tour Legoland and not go in? Especially with children. Would have been nice to have gotten a call or something saying we noticed you weren't on the tour what happened.