Kids, adults, and Lego fans rejoice: Legoland Boston is here! Legoland Discovery Center Boston opened in the Assembly Row neighborhood of Somerville, and with its close proximity to Cambridge, it is sure to become a popular favorite when visiting with kids.
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Legoland Discovery Center Boston Tour
Before proceeding through the park, you’ll be taken on a Legoland Boston Tour by two Lego tour guides. They’ll show you all about the Lego bricks and tell you just how Legoland Boston came to be.
In the video above, you’ll be able to see the bricks at Legoland Boston.
It’s a Boston made of Legos
Go behind-the-scenes and see just how Legoland Boston was able to be Legoland Boston.
Craving some more fun? We have exclusive Legoland preview images all from photographer Chris Devers. All your favorite parts about Boston are located in the Legoland Discovery Center, such as:
Although no passengers are accepted on this ride, you can watch as the Legos dip and dive through the streets of Boston and right into Massachusetts’s river.
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Boston Logan Airport
This replica of Boston Logan Airport is made entirely of Legos, but it looks just like the real deal.
You’ll hear the vrooms of the plane and all of the different airport novelties while looking at this rendition of Logan Airport.
The airport is notorious in Greater Boston and in the international community for being situated right outside the Boston Harbor. Before landing, travelers almost feel as if they are on a ship and not a plane (next stop: Duck planes? Stay tuned).
Legos need to show their Red Sox pride, too!
Watch as the Lego Sox take down their Lego rivals at the Fenway Park exhibit at Legoland Boston.
It’s just like the real game–minus some minor stuff, like the MBTA delays, spilled beer, and expensive price tags.
Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall
Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall, located in downtown Boston, are iconic to the Greater Boston area. Now they’re immortalized at Legoland Boston.
This lego structure is my personal favorite because I love all of the fun shops and music you can partake in at Faneuil Hall. The replica is exact; it even has Boston’s Financial District right next to it!
Boston is also known for its famous (or infamous) Cheers bar scene, and now, Legoland Boston is famous for it, too.
In this scene, visitors will see Woody, Cliff, and Norm, reimagined as sly Lego people and beer. It’s just about as Boston as you can get, and just as Cambridge as you can imagine.
Legoland Boston Hours
Legoland Boston is open from 10 am to 9 pm daily.
More about Legoland Discovery Center Boston
Well, there you have it: an insider’s sneak peek at Legoland Boston. If you’re looking for more fun activities to do with kids in Cambridge, click here.