Located in the Bavarian town of Günzburg, Legoland Germany invites visitors to explore a colorful world divided into eight theme areas with more than 50 attractions, shows, and models constructed from over 50 million LEGO bricks. Highlights of the theme park include LEGO MINILAND, populated by famous cityscapes in miniature, plus LEGO NINJAGO The Ride, the Hyundai LEGOLAND Driving School, the Jungle X-pedition flume ride, and Captain Nick's Splash Battle. Travelers will also find a LEGO factory, aquarium, and meet-and-greets with the park dragon Olli.
Many travelers visit this popular family attraction on a day trip from Munich, Stuttgart, or Frankfurt. Ticket options include single admission tickets and family tickets for four or five people. Add an Express Pass to skip the lines at individual attractions or a Gourmet Ticket for discounts on the park's restaurants. Those with limited time can opt for a skip-the-line entrance ticket with hotel pickup and drop-off in Augsburg.
Things to Know Before You Go
- This amusement park is a must-see for families with kids.
- Day trips to the park can last upwards of 12 hours, so prepare for a long day.
- Legoland is fully wheelchair accessible.
- Some attractions within the park have age and height restrictions.
How to Get to Legoland Germany
The Legoland park is located between Stuttgart and Munich along Highway A8. Parking is available for a fee. For those without a car, a shuttle bus operates between the Günszurg train station and the park with multiple departures throughout the day.
When to Get There
Legoland Germany is open daily from late March to early November but closes entirely during the colder winter months. To enjoy the park with the shortest lines, plan to visit on a weekday during the shoulder season (October or April) and arrive right when the park opens.
The serious LEGO-crazed traveler can extend their experience after the park closes with a stay at LEGOLAND Holiday Village. Connected directly to the park, themed accommodation options include castles, cottages, camping barrels, and campsites.