LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto Reopens And They're Making It Awesome




LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto — the ultimate indoor LEGO® playground is reopening on July 30! And they're making it 'awesome' (safe) for families.

Discover a world of action-packed thrills and fun attractions as LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto takes extra precautions for health and safety. New limited capacity 90-minute playtime slots have been created to minimize crowds, and must be booked in advance. Online booking are recommended to guarantee entry.

You'll get your own LEGO® bricks — to be used exclusively by your family during your playtime. Stringent cleaning protocols before and after each playtime, which follow the guidance of local and national health officials, are also being implemented, along with enhanced physical distancing measures throughout the attraction. All guests 6 and older are required to wear face coverings or masks.

As an added safety measure the following attractions and experiences are temporarily closed: Master Builder Academy, Character Meet & Greets, and Photo (green screen) Experiences. The LEGO® 4D Cinema has also been temporarily adjusted to have limited capacity.

The LEGO® Retail shop is now open for in-store purchases. During your visit, the attraction is only accepting contactless payment methods and the use of debit/credit cards.

This summer, jump inside the world's biggest box of LEGO® bricks!

Find out more at: toronto.legolanddiscoverycentre.ca.

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