Legoland Dubai - a must for families with children
Legoland Dubai opened its doors in late autumn 2016 and has quickly become a popular attraction for families with children. No wonder, because this theme park is really cool.
Legoland is one of several theme parks that are part of the huge Dubai Parks and Resorts theme park. You can choose to visit Legoland alone or buy a ticket that also gives you access to other theme parks. More information is available on our Dubai Parks and Resorts.
Tickets to Legoland Dubai
- 1-day pass to Legoland costs about 560 SEK. Book here
- 1-day pass to Legoland with transfer from your hotel costs about 1095 SEK. Book here
- 1-day pass to Legoland Water Park costs about 560 SEK. Book here
Prices in SEK are examples from October 2018, exact ticket price varies with exchange rate.
Tickets may be cancelled if your travel plans change. Exact cancellation rules can be found on the respective booking page.
Legoland is open all year round and offers more than 40 rides, shows and Lego-themed attractions. There are 15,000 Lego models built from a staggering 60 million Lego pieces.
The target group is children from 2-12 years, and their families. The amusement park is made up of six different areas, dedicated to different types of entertainment and play: Legocity, Adventure, Kingdoms, Imagination, Factory, and Miniland.
Legoland Dubai is the world's sixth resort in the series, which is also available in locations such as Billund in Denmark, Windsor in England, Carlsbad in California and Winter Haven in Florida.
In addition to the usual Legoland, there is also a fantastic Lego-themed water park, the only water park in Dubai aimed primarily at younger children.
There are around 20 water slides and attractions, and you can build your own rafts and boats with Lego pieces. For the youngest children, there is an area with small slides and Duplo animals in the water, which you can play with.
The ticket to the water park costs about 560 SEK and can be booked here.
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