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Legoland Discovery Center Opens in Yonkers!

lego2You no longer have to take the kids to Florida or California to visit Legoland. The first Legoland Discover Center in the northeast has opened in Westchester and we hear it's fabulous. Though not as large as the amusement parks in Florida and California, the 32,000 square foot site is an "amazing and multi-faceted" attraction, according to a friend from Scarsdale who attended the opening.  It's interactive and fun with two rides, a 4D movie theatre, an earthquake/building section, a car building section and also accommodates birthday parties. There's a special duplo building section for the younger set and parents will find intricate Lego models of local landmarks like Grand Central Station, Time Square, Lyndhurst and Sunnyside.

The new facility is designed for kids ages 3 to 10 – and in fact, anyone 13 years-old or over must be accompanied by a child to enter!

Plan to visit for 2-3 hours and book online in advance to be sure you are admitted. Prices are $22 for adults and $18 for kids ages 3-10. Kids 2 and under enter for free. They are open from 10 am daily and 11 am on Sundays and you can purchase tickets here:

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0 #3 anonymous 2013-04-11 09:05
Nowhere in your article did you mention the address/ phone/ or e-mail. I always thought news had to answer "Who/ what/ when/when/ where & why". Please provide this basic information.
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0 #2 written by English Teacher 2013-03-28 10:07
The title of the article and second sentence are correct. The site does its best to deliver accurate information. Thank you Scarsdale10583. com for spreading the word about a major, new and incredibly fun attraction in Westchester!
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0 #1 anonymous 2013-03-28 01:22
Your opening sentence is not correct. The Yonkers location is a "Discovery Center". These locations are much smaller than the full Legoland parks in Florida and California, which are full amusement parks with dozens of rides. The Discovery Centers are lots of fun, too, but they are not at all the same thing, so your writeup is misleading. Please correct it.
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