How to get your kid FREE into LEGOLAND! #LEGOLANDkidsgofree

I am receiving tickets to visit LEGOLAND in exchange for this post.


Getting a kid into LEGOLAND is way easier than you think right now.

Spring break and more school holidays are coming up, so right now is the perfect time to grab a box of Honest Kids Juice drinks. Why? Because the 8-packs hold a special offer that includes a FREE Child Hopper Ticket with a full paid Adult Hopper Ticket admission coupon to LEGOLAND® California Resort.

Buy one get one free, if you will. AND it happens to be the juice of choice for lunch boxes around here.

Heck yes!

Can I get a huzzah?


Our family are devoted to LEGOLAND, with my eldest loving it more than the other theme parks we have in Southern California.

We’ve visited in the rain and in the middle of winter, we’ve visited it with a baby and with toddlers and it is a park where kids of any age can have fun activities!

LEGOLAND is serious business, with over 60 rides and more fun opening now and the next few months. And not only that, but the entire center of the park is LEGO displays including nationally-recognized landmarks, a working subway, and Star Wars scenes.


The LEGO NINJAGO World has a new addition –  LEGO® NINJAGO®: Master of the 4th Dimension 4D film is now open, and I know my two favorite ninjas will be all over that experience when we go next time.

The LEGOLAND Water Park opens March 5th. We’ve never been, but hoping, maybe, this is the year to get our splash on! The Riptide Racers slides would fit all four of us plus a little competition. There’s also a lazy river and water activities that add up to ten million gallons of fun.

We’re lucky enough to have a place to crash in nearby Oceanside when we visit LEGOLAND, but I have a mad crush on the hotel rooms there.  Coming next is the LEGOLAND Castle Hotel! My brother and I played with LEGO castle sets growing up, and I would totally ride my blue-bedecked white LEGO steed to stay at a LEGO Castle Hotel any day. The hotel will be open before school lets out, so start planning those end-of-school overnight trips now.

The SEA LIFE Aquarium is adding a new bioluminescence display as part of their Sea At Night coming this spring!


Here’s some more ideas for when you take advantage of the buy one get one free park hoppers!


Some of our favorite Activities –

DUPLO Playtown is a great place for parents to take a minute while kids run around and get some crazy energy out. Perfect for little ones cooped in a stroller half the day.

LEGO NINJAGO the Ride! That was too much family fun. Its interactive, you get to attack enemies during this slow-moving dark ride. The photos before you get on the ride are super fun too!

My 4-year-old is getting big enough for the faster rides, and he really REALLY wants to try The Dragon coaster at Castle Hill like his big brother did. I’m always down for a coaster ride and LEGOLAND has several that are kid-friendly.

The Driving School is a must for older kids, and there is a preschool-ready version next door for little guys. And, always a very attentive employee making sure no one crashes and gets hurt!

The Death Star! We’re a family of Star Wars fans, and the LEGO Death Star is one of the best displays at LEGOLAND.

The SEA LIFE Aquarium is LEGO-tastic while showcasing some amazing marine life including seahorses (my fave) and some rad sharks!

The giant ball-shooting tower of doom called Pharaoh’s Revenge is my big boy’s favorite place. It’s a great place to stay outside and watch the chaos within.

And last but not least, I milk mom privilege and watch my husband get lost in the Hideaways play area. It’s enormous and fun, a place for bigger kids to let loose a little.

Not from the castle, but the Joust ride is a must for littles!

Will you be taking advantage of this offer and visiting LEGOLAND?