This week is spring break for DJ and part of our staycation was a trip to Westchester for the grand opening of LEGO Ninjago City Adventure. The 2,300 interactive play structure is large enough for even the big kids aka grown ups to go inside. This is a feature parents to toddlers will find helpful because they can supervise their children with ease.
Modeled after the Temple of Airjitzu, the two-story play structure puts guests’ physical skills to the test as they fight to save Ninjago City. Together, adults and children will test their balance, agility, strength and endurance to become a Spinjitzu Master, all while experiencing more than 20 interactive features.
Each section includes rules along with the age requirements for that area so all parents can be assured children are playing at their own skill level.
DJ was a fan of the led light up game where there is a 1-2 player option testing your speed and reflexes. He beat out his opponent which happened to be his older cousin.
He also really loved climbing this rock wall structure and tapping the led light at the top. When tapped a Ninja voice echos a phrase I couldn’t quite make out but no doubt it still captures your attention.
There is so much more to explore, from the cafe, 4D cinema, the Master Builder Academy, special party rooms and MINILAND. Check it out for yourself and see what’s happening this month.
April events at LEGOLAND Discovery Center
Throughout the month of April, any child wearing a martial arts uniform will receive $5 off their walk-up admission
Little Playtimes (April 25) – Little LEGO lovers can enjoy big fun at Little Playtimes on most Tuesdays between 10am and 2pm. Enjoy activities including DUPLO Story Time, Farmer’s Workshop, and newly added Animal Bingo! Please note, there will be no Little Playtimes on April 11 or April 18.
- Just $22 for one adult and one child (additional children are $10) plus applicable tax
- Appropriate for children under the age of five (children age two and under are free)
- Annual Pass Members are always free
April Homeschooler Day! (April 26) – If the yellow school bus is your own car, unlock your child’s creativity, brick by brick, and join us for Homeschooler Day. Our attraction is the ideal place for fun and education, offering hands-on learning for children ages 3-10.
- Workshop for April Homeschooler Day: What a Great Experience!
- Space is limited; please register at least 14 days prior to the scheduled date
- Call 866-243-0770 to reserve a spot
LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester is located at Ridge Hill, 39 Fitzgerald Street in Yonkers. They can be reached at 866-243-0770 or by visiting www.LEGOLANDDiscoveryCenter.com/Westchester. For the latest news and updates, follow @LDCWestchester on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Advance tickets and annual passes to LEGOLAND® Discovery Center are available online.