Located in Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre just north of Toronto, LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is an interactive Lego-themed experience that features games, rides, exhibits, and a 4D movie theater. Its wide range of activities and amenities make it a popular destination for families with small children.
Geared toward kids ages 2 to 10, LEGOLAND Discovery Centre’s permanent exhibits include a Lego factory tour, which demonstrates how plastic is turned into Lego blocks; Miniland, a detailed miniature replica of Toronto; and Merlin’s Apprentice, a ride that features interactive challenges.
To prevent overcrowding, LEGOLAND limits the number of guests on site at one time. Reserve your admission ticket online in advance to guarantee entry and skip the lines.
Things to Know Before You Go
LEGOLAND is a must for families with small children.
Don’t forget sneakers—some activities encourage closed-toed shoes with a grippy sole.
A Lego-themed café offers plenty of options for picky eaters.
The center is wheelchair accessible.
Download the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre app to find an events calendar, scavenger hunt, and inside tips.
Adults must be accompanied by children in order to enter. Adult-only nights are held once a month.
How to Get There
LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is located in the Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre, 15 miles (24 kilometers) north of Toronto, and is most easily accessed by car via Route 400. If traveling by public transit, take bus 20 or bus 760, which both stop at the entrance to Vaughan Mills.
When to Get There
LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is open from 10am to 8pm Monday to Saturday and 10am to 7pm on Sunday. Although it’s certainly busiest on weekends, the venue limits the number of guests, ensuring that it never feels overly crowded. Visitors holding annual passes gain access to special events, from exclusive movie previews to breakfast with the LEGOLAND mascot. Themed adult nights are held on the last Friday of every other month.
Lego Tips and Tricks
The Discovery Centre’s Lego Master Builder Academy holds workshops that offer the company's secret tips and tricks for building with Legos. With classes that range from how to build a car to making intricate designs, Master Builder Academy leaves children and their families with new skills to take home and try on their own. Workshops are held every hour from 11am to 6pm Monday to Saturday and 12pm to 6pm on Sunday.