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Top 10 things to do at Legoland Dubai

Mon, April 10, 2023

Explore six themed lands and over 40 interactive rides at the region's first Lego-inspired park.

Explore six themed lands and over 40 interactive rides at the region's first Lego-inspired park.


Earn your Lego driver’s licence

Let your kids navigate the tricky turns and curves of a realistic track behind the wheel of an electric car. Children from ages five to 12 can learn the basics of driving at the Driving School and come away with their very own Legoland licence. Keen young ones between the ages of three to five can also try their hand at a lifelike driving experience at the Junior Driving School.


Enjoy topsy-turvy thrills on Dragon's Apprentice

Strap in for a thrilling ride in the medieval-themed kingdom’s dragon-shaped rollercoaster. Reaching speeds of up to 60km/h and heights of up to 6m, the ride – a great first rollercoaster experience for kids taller than 105cm – takes visitors on an exhilarating indoor and outdoor journey through the King’s Castle.


Stare in awe at a Lego Burj Khalifa

A signature of Legoland theme parks across the globe, Miniland is a treat for all. It features life-sized models of Dubai’s most iconic buildings, made entirely out of Lego bricks. Find toy versions of Burj Khalifa, Sheikh Zayed Road and Dubai Airport, as well as 10 of the world's tallest buildings and the iconic Taj Mahal. This Miniland is also the first fully air-conditioned one of its kind.


Create a city with your own hands

No trip to Legoland is complete without fun-filled building projects. At Miniland, children can take this challenge a step further by building their own city at an interactive play table. Treat your kids to an engaging time that fuels their creative thinking as they meticulously bring their dream towers to life. The skyline of this newly-created city changes every day thanks to the inventive architecture personalised by each visitor.


Be wowed by the unpredictable Ninjago show

Among its many attractions, the popular theme park is well known for an extraordinary production designed to impress. Head over to the City Stage and catch a 4D puppet rendition inspired by famous characters from Warner Bros. Pictures' The Lego Ninjago Movie. The spectacular live show uses special effects and illusions to surprise the audience, keeping your whole family tuned in and on your toes.


Play the hero at Rescue Academy

Almost every child pretends to be a firefighter, getting behind the wheel of a fire truck and racing to save a 'burning building'. Help your children make their way to the imaginary blaze, where they have a chance to be brave heroes and put out the fire, water pumps and hose in tow. Teach your little ones the spirit of teamwork as you work together to tackle every obstacle.


Find treasures long forgotten

Little explorers have a lot in store at the Egyptian-themed Lost Kingdom. Embark as a family on a thrilling journey to recover a pharaoh's stolen treasure using high-tech lasers, seated on a family carriage. Using skill and determination, children have to shoot targets and battle jackals, cobras and Lego mummies, earning points along the way.


Get lost in a futuristic adventure

Put your skills to the test in the Imagination Zone, building robots and testing electric cars. Young fans can have fun in the shaded Duplo Valley with oversized farm animals, while the Master Builder Academy offers more advanced challenges for older kids. Children can also traverse swells in the Waves Racers water ride.


Splash for fun at the Waterpark

For a wet and wild adventure, head to the Legoland Waterpark  to splash outdoors in an interactive water playground. Customise your own raft, build a boat, experience a torrential downpour at the Joker Soaker or speed down the 60ft drop at Splash Out. If you'd prefer something more laidback, simply chill at the Wave Pool. 


Take home your own personal brick

This is perhaps the most special takeaway from your Legoland adventure. As you complete your visit at the theme park, take the Factory Tour to learn where Lego bricks come from and how they are made. At the end of the experience, you’ll get to take home your very own newly-minted brick.

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