New Legoland Discovery Center in Milpitas features a replica of the Bay Area
The Bay Area’s first Legoland celebrated its grand opening at the Great Mall in Milpitas on Monday.
As a tribute to its new home, the Legoland Discovery Center features a replica of the region made up of 1.5 million Legos.
A promotional video provides an overview of the “Miniland” display.
“Miniland” takes up an entire room in the new Discovery Center, SFGate reported, and is divided into four regions: San Francisco, North Bay, East Bay and South Bay.
The configuration of the replica allows visitors to visit popular landmarks in each region of the Lego display.
“Miniland” has its own Lombard Street in San Francisco with cars driving down the road, and a miniature version of Levi’s Stadium with soccer players on the field and bleachers filled with fans.
Along with “Miniland,” the Discovery Center also includes a virtual reality experience, a 4D cinema, and an indoor train ride for kids and adults called Imagination Express, according to the Legoland website.
Tickets can be purchased online starting at $ 23 per person for general admission, and an annual pass costs $ 74.99. The Discovery Center is free for children 2 and under.
Adults must be accompanied by at least one child 17 years of age or younger to visit the Discovery Center.
For more information, visit www.legolanddiscoverycenter.com/bayarea.