Our family loved visiting Legoland California over the holidays and seeing all the Christmas-themed Lego creations.
While on vacation in San Diego over the holidays in 2010 our family spent a day at Legoland California where we were completely charmed by the Christmas-themed LEGO creations.
Arriving at Legoland California on New Year’s Eve
Emma with Santa and his reindeer
The amount of work that goes into the construction of these LEGO statues is very impressive. The holiday figures together with Miniland were definitely the highlights of our visit to Legoland California.
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What are you gonna do if Emma ever gets tired of having her picture taken?
I loved Legoland, but I never got to see the Christmas decorations. Those are some impressive constructions! Love the giant Christmas tree in particular, although I’d hate to have to build it each year.
I think Emma’s genetically predisposed to mugging for the camera! 🙂
I actually didn’t think I’d like Legoland but you can’t help but be impressed by the things that can be built with those little blocks.
Mary @ The World Is A Book
I’m glad you and your family enjoyed your holiday visit. They never fail to impress with holiday decorations and Miniland just keeps getting better through the years. We love Legoland too (kinda have to, since we live a few miles away). =)
Camels & Chocolate
Ahhhh a Christmas of Legos! Love! I’ve only ever been to the original Legoland in Billund, Denmark, but would love to go to the U.S. parks as well–especially during the holidays.
Now I’m jealous that you were at the Legoland in Denmark. We would have liked to have visited when we were in Copenhagen but it was too far for a day trip. Maybe we’ll get back someday! 🙂
Oh wow that would be so cool! Our family loves lego – would love to see the display – imagine how much work goes into making those Christmas displays. How does it all stay together? Especially the santa with the reindeer?
We loved Legoland, too (which was also a surprise since we were all just going along to satisfy my son’s Lego love, but turns out it is a fun (and impressive!) place for all ages.) Thanks for sharing the Lego holiday pics!
My kids are officially jealous. We’re yet to visit a legoland. How wonderful that they did a Christmas display. But how did the reindeer actually stand on their lego legs? I would have thought a lego body too heavy … I guess I need to do some lego building to find out.
I have no idea how they get the Lego creations to stand up – anything that I’ve ever built that was more than a few centimetres high has toppled fairly quickly!
My son’s dream would be to build Lego all day. Looks like a fun place.
Kayja, for a kid that loves Lego this place is heaven! And actually it’s fun for everyone – my girls could care less about Lego but they had a great time at Legoland!
Sorry Katja – that was a typo – didn’t mean to spell your name wrong!
Michele @ Malaysian Meanders
I love the LEGO Christmas decorations. I wonder if they rebuild them each year or just put them into storage. Now, I’m wondering if the one in Malaysia does Christmas decorations, too.
Kinda seems like cheating not to rebuild them every year, doesn’t it? 😉 You should check out the one in Malaysia – it would be neat if they were all decked out for Christmas too!