My girls have been playing with legos since before they could walk. Now they build masterpieces they display in their bedrooms and even use legos for their school activities. We were so excited to find out we were invited to LEGO NINJAGO DAYS Media Weekend. This was our chance to not only explore LEGOLAND for the first time but we could celebrate our favorite ninja heroes! Here are some of the things we learned on our visit and hopefully this post will help you when visiting Legoland.
What to Expect at LEGO NINJAGO DAYS
The event runs Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Jan. 25-26
- Feb. 1-2
- Feb. 8-9
All Ninja activities are included with your annual pass or daily admission. The event takes place all over the park so be sure to grab a special Ninjago map and event schedule on your way in.
Garmadon 3X Build – As we walked into the park the first thing we stumbled upon was two tables filled with legos. Of course, my girls wanted to participate so they ran over. There was a simple shape my girls had to replicate and it turns out that shape would be a piece of a giant Garmadon made of Legos! My girls couldn’t believe it but when we walked by later in the day it was true. The master-builder had completed the lego creation and my girls felt so proud to be a part of it.
Where’s Wu Scavenger Hunt – In MINILAND USA there are Master Wu’s hiding. Be sure to register (one per family) and fill out a sheet finding how many you find. You will get to take a little prize home and entered to win a prize pack too! My girls loved walking around MINILAND USA and this made it even more exciting.
Good vs. Evil Competition Build – Another build table, and this time it was a competition for good vs. evil. You can enter your masterpieces and one creation a day will be picked to win a prize pack
NINJOGA – This is a ninja-themed yoga class. We didn’t get a chance to try it on our visit but we hope to try it next time. It is in the grassy area across from Ninjago World.
Character Meet and Greets – There are so many character meet and greets all over the park. Be sure to check the schedule when you arrive or reference LEGOLAND’s website.
LEGO NINJAGO The Ride – THis ride is there all the time but since it is Ninja themed and we loved it so much I just had to include it. A great ride that all 3 of my girls enjoyed, even my 3 year old.
Ninjago World – There is an entire area of LEGOLAND for Ninjago lovers and you can test your ninja skills inside with a rock climbing wall and play area. Again, this is there all the time, not just on Lego Ninjago Days, but it was too fun not to mention.
Elemental Masters Live Show – Watch real-life ninjas perform the elements of Spinjitsu. the energy of this show is incredibly fun and if the little ones want a little extra excitement, have them sit in the first 3 rows.
Ninjago Master of the 4th Dimension – This 4D experience was one of a kind. I didn’t know what to expect and I was shocked at how fun and exciting this show was. Such cool special effects and my girls went from gasping to laughing the entire time. Don’t miss this one!
Earth Beats – We actually accidentally stumbled upon this show while we were grabbing a bite to eat and I am so glad we did. This drum-based show was fun to watch and had the girls dancing.
The newest food truck in Lego Ninjago World is Ninja Kitchen and let me tell you the food was not the typical theme park food you would expect. My husband and I were blown away and devoured everything we tried.
Cuban Spring Rolls $11 – Not your traditional eggroll. This creative spin had some delicious flavors that reminded us of our favorite sandwich. The dipping sauce was a bit spicy but the perfect addition.
Pork Pot Stickers $9 – This was my favorite. Such bright flavors and I could have eaten 3 orders all by myself. Try these for sure!
Pork Bao Buns $11 – Marinated pork with a sweet bun, this was the perfect combo of flavors. Really liked this one too!
If you are staying at one of the hotels you get extra Ninja fun! There is nightly ninja entertainment, a competition build and a ninja dance party.
So there you have it, all the fun there is to be had at Lego Ninjago Days. My girls had the best day and Scott and I did as well.
Be sure to check out our vlog of the day as well!
Have you been to LEGOLAND? What is your favorite ride in the park? Let me know in the comments.