Legoland Discovery Center Michigan today announced that it will celebrate its opening to the public March 25 at Great Lakes Crossing in Auburn Hills.
“Lego has a long history of encouraging learning through play, and we believe that our attraction will soon be an integral part of the fabric of the Southeast Michigan community,” says Hayley Anderson, general manager for Legoland Discovery Center Michigan.
Anderson says the attraction will be a 32,000-square-foot indoor center at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets in Auburn Hills, featuring millions of lego bricks and themed exhibits including a 4D cinema, two interactive rides, large soft play areas, and much more.
Legoland will also feature a Miniland display — a miniature Lego brick landscape of local buildings, attractions, and other notable landmarks — inspired by the metro Detroit region’s sights and culture, says Anderson. It will include miniature versions of the Renaissance Center, Spirit of Detroit, Belle Isle, Motown Museum, Fox theater, Guardian Building, Comerica Park, Uniroyal Tire, Michigan Central Station, the Heidelberg Project, and more.
For more information about ticket sales, visit legolanddiscoverycenter.com/Michigan.