I remember my way home from San Diego because of the countless amount of times I’ve gone to Legoland. I’ve watched the park grow and change over the years, but the nostalgia and fun remained. As soon as you enter the park, the crimson gates of Ninjago Land awaits you.
As soon as I walked in it was apparent that there was plenty to do in Ninjago land despite it’s small space.Although this ride is for an older audience, if you have toddlers in the group, there is a building area and mini rock climbing wall and Lego sculptures of their favorite ninjas, to keep the entertained while the other go on the ride.
We visited the attraction at the end of the day, and our wait in line was less than 20 minutes. However, we didn’t even notice because our attention was held with the intricate and beautiful decor of the waiting area. The dojo felt authentic as I stepped into it and it allowed me to take a glimpse of the awesomeness that was yet to come.
My brother and I studied our soon to be lego enemies as there were bios of them on the wall. As soon as the ride began, I was 12 again, and that aided me in getting the highest score between my family and I, as always.
When you visit the park the NINJAGO World at Legoland California is truly a new gem that you must experience.