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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta
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Have you purchased your tickets for our Adult Night this Thursday yet? It's going to be the best one so far this year!

Join us for an evening of contests, giveaways, scavenger hunts and special builds! We'll also have a bar available for our 21+ guests! Don't miss out on the fun!
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There's only 5 days left to submit your animal build for our "MINILAND Goes Wild" Creative Crew Competition! Build your animal & email a picture to LDCAtlantaContests@gmail.com along with your info!

Our Master Model Builder built this bee for the contest!

Creative Crew Members receive Family Annual Passes, work with our Master Model Builder, attend special events and more! Full instructions and details are in the link below. Happy building and good luck! :) 

https://www.legolanddiscoverycenter.com/atlanta/news-events/news/6096/2015-creative-crew-contest.aspx
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It's Free Ticket Friday! 

Head over to our Facebook page and tell us what LEGO set you would create and you could win 2 free tickets! 
Visit the LEGOLAND Discovery Center and it's like you've just jumped in to the world's biggest box...
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It's our birthday on Saturday!!

Join us for birthday builds, contests, Bertie, cake and more! We're turning 3 and we need help celebrating! Make sure to purchase your tickets online to guarantee entry.
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It's MLB ‪#‎OpeningDay‬! Good luck to the Atlanta Braves this season!
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It's FREE Ticket Thursday!!

Caption the picture on our Facebook page and you could win 2 Free Tickets to LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta! The winner will be announced tomorrow morning!
Visit the LEGOLAND Discovery Center and it's like you've just jumped in to the world's biggest box...
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The new members of our 2015-2016 Creative Crew are…. 
Alexander Jordan, Andres Ramirez, Barrett Stephens, Brooke Burns, Bryce Mines, Caleb Mahle, Eric Watkins, Finley Schoenberg, Izzy Lenahan, John Michael Sengbusch, Krish Ramaraj, Landyn Vali, Melvin Bray and Rowyn Balman!

Congratulations everyone! We will be emailing you all soon. Thank you to everyone who entered and voted! All of the entries were awesome!
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Do you have what it takes to be 1 of the 12 members of our new Creative Crew?! Enter our Creative Crew "Miniland Goes Wild" Contest!
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Want to win 4 Free Tickets to come visit with us at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta? Head over to our Facebook page to enter!
Visit the LEGOLAND Discovery Center and it's like you've just jumped in to the world's biggest box...
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We’re looking for a special kiddo to throw the 1st Pitch on behalf of LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta at a University of Georgia Baseball Game in Athens on April 19th!

If your child is interested or you know anyone who is, please email us at LDCAtlantaContests@gmail.com and let us know! 
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It's the Championship round of our March Minifigure Madness!

Vote on our Facebook page who you think should win it all and you could win 4 Free Tickets to LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta!
Visit the LEGOLAND Discovery Center and it's like you've just jumped in to the world's biggest box...
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Tomorrow is the Grand Opening of our new LEGO® Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace™ Miniland Model Display. Come check out the new exhibit, visit with your favorite 501st Legion characters and more all weekend long! Don’t forget to pre-purchase tickets online for guaranteed entry.
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Phipps Plaza 3500 Peachtree Rd G-1 Atlanta, GA 30326
3500 Peachtree Road G-1USGeorgiaAtlanta30326
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Family entertainment center featuring toy displays, rides & 4D films plus gift shop.- Google
"The place is a bit small but they use the limited space quite well."
"They ran out of sandwiches, salads and other food items before 11:40 AM!"
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Ben Hysong
2 months ago
Me and my daughter (4 years old) had an great time at LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Atlanta yesterday.....but we always do! We have an annual pass and use it constantly. Whether we stop in for 45 minutes or stay for a few hours, she always leaves with a huge smile on her face. The new pirate themed playground has been a huge hit with her! Also the 4D movie theater will get you a little wet but well worth it to see the smiles and hear the kids laugh throughout the short movies. In particular, make sure you ask for Master Builder Professor Rod! Each time we come in he makes our time at the attraction better. Yesterday we built Pumpkins for Halloween. He is extremely patient and interactive with all the children. My daughter is a little on the shy side but every time we go to LEGOLAND she runs straight to him, give him a high five, and starts talking away like best friends. The staff overall makes the attraction a must see. They are all attentive and curious to both children and adults.
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Chris Anderson
3 months ago
The kids had a wonderful time, and the Lego displays were fascinating. There was plenty to keep bigger kids occupied while mom and dad just kind of hung out and let them roam. For smaller kids, however, the utter chaos of the play area could be a bit hazardous. There really should be more attendants at the different play areas/stations to attempt to keep order. Also, at the Lego bins where kids can construct vehicles to run down ramps, adults often sit on the edge of the bins, completely taking over the area for themselves and only their kids. The place seemed like it could us a good cleaning, as well, particularly the soft bricks for toddlers. With that being said, none of that will keep us from going back. The kids loved every minute of it, and we purchased our tickets online prior to going, so getting in was easy and we all had a great time. We encountered friendly staff, as well, which always enhances the enjoyment of a place such as this.
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Miranda Horton
2 months ago
Took my seven old Lego loving triplets on Star Wars weekend. They LOVED it! In addition to the usual rides and play area, they were thrilled with the Imperial characters walking around and thrilled to do a Star Wars themed Master Builder class. Ron and Evan did a fantastic job. The kids cannot wait to go back!
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Tiana Myles
a month ago
Awesome time!!! Other than a sick little boy. We will be back once her gets to feeling better and we will also venture out to LEGOLAND in California and Florida. This is a must got to. Ordered online, paid for adult tickets and the kiddos were free. Could not beat that deal for the amount of fun they all had.
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Chris Allen
2 months ago
I brought my 7 and 8 year old daughters here on a Saturday morning. I bought the tickets online so I could skip the line on location. From outside the mall I didn't know where to park so had to walk for 5-10 minutes. Once inside the mall it is easy to find on the top floor. There wasn't a line when we arrived around 11:30am. We got through the "guided" areas quickly with only a short wait in line for the train. However, once we hit the main area it was crowded. We waited more than 30 minutes to ride the wizard ride. We got into the movie quickly as the line builds up about 5 minutes before the movie starts. We were there 3-4 hours and in my opinion not quite worth the admission. The adventure booklets were worth purchasing as they gave the kids something to do and made them see all the areas instead of running through them. The booklets also include a free soft drink at the cafe.
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Brian Burke
3 weeks ago
We went here for my sons Birthday and he loved it. The rides were just enough to keep him entertained for a couple of hours. Amazing what you can do with a couple thousand bricks! Definitely worth driving to Atlanta from Tallahassee, FL
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Leigh Anne Couch
2 weeks ago
We have been to Legoland in Phipps twice before and were disappointed at the lack of opportunities for open creative play with the Legos. The bins of Legos available for building were poorly stocked at the car build stations and the earthquake stations. And last year I remember there was one more area of just free build tables. The rides are fun and the new pirate themed play area for the younger (under 10) is very nice. But all in all we spent a good hour and that's as much as we could fill with the opportunities offered. Oh, the other high point was the 4-D film. Great!
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Liana Anheier
2 weeks ago
Terrible customer service here. I bought a lego kit for Christmas that was not needed. Tried to return it with a receipt but I was on day 17 instead of day 10 and the manager of the store would not all a return or store credit. I bought the item on the 15 day 10 would have been Christmas day. They should have some flexibility to return an un-opened un-used box. There was no flexibility at all. You would think they would like to take care of a customer to win them back to make more purchases, but not this place. I will never buy from here again or every recommend that you make any purchases with a place that has no flexibility in their 10 day return policy. Gives me a bad impression of them using the Lego name. I understand that they are an independent company but does not seem that they live up to the values of the parent company.
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