I was blessed to be one of the first people to enjoy Legoland California new LEGO Friends Heartlake City. The new city is based off their popular toy line “LEGO Friends” which is centered around the personalities of the five LEGO Friends characters; Mia, Oliva, Andrea, Stepanie, and Emma. At the Legoland in California Heartlake City, guest can sing along with Andrea as she signs on her tour bus. We loved the beautiful LEGO horse stable and Joy love building activity at the LEGO brick tables. My personal favorite was riding on the themed 60 horse in Mia’s family ranch.
During my visit, I discover a few hidden secrets. Discovering them made our trip to Heartlake City extra special; I hope it does the same for you.
Here are the 7 Hidden Secrets of Legoland in California Heartlake City
1) Mia’s Family Ranch
The carousel was designed to give kids the feeling that they are learning how to ride a horse. The ride starts off at a nice easy pace then gradually turns it to a gallop.
2) Horse Lesson
When you walk into the stable in the left-hand corner, there is a fun chart on the wall where kids can learn about the different parts of a horse.
The trough filled with LEGO’s is not just the to keep the kids entertained. There are several diagrams located in the building area that shows kids how to create a horse.
4) Finish Line
In between the trough is a vibrating tables that your kids can use to race their LEGO horse with other children. Matt and Joy tested it out, and the table makes it look like the horses were actually moving.
5)Heartlake City’s Fountain
Don’t forget to pack your beach towel and a bathing suit. Legoland California has several area’s for your child to cool down including the fountain. If you are looking to cool down, that Fountain starts up right before show time and is controlled by motion sensors.
One of the girls have lost their kitten and placed a lost pet sign in the stable. Read the clue and set off on a mini adventure to find her pet.
7) Color Scheme
There were three new LEGO block colors introduced in 2012, bright purple, bright green and bright blue. These colors were used for the first time in Legoland California, Heartlake City.
8) Photo Opps
This one isn’t a secret just a reminder to stay after the show so you get a picture with the girls. Click here for more photo opp in Heartlake City.
Legoland California Heartlake City is now open and ready for you to explore.
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