This is a city where the children are in charge, with a range of attractions that allow younger guests to take control of cars, boats, balloons and more. On the outskirts also stands a spooky looking house – dare to pay Lord Vampyre a visit?

Rides + Attractions

City Games

Food

LEGOLAND Coffee Co.

Shops

There are no shops in this area

Facilities

Picnic Spot

LEGO City Driving School

An opportunity for younger guests to earn their LEGO driving licence during their visit to the Resort. After watching a short training video, prospective drivers will be allowed to get behind the wheel of a small electric vehicle, and navigate the streets of LEGO City. There are all the features that you would expect to encounter whilst on the road, including roundabouts, traffic lights, zebra-crossings, T-junctions and speed cameras. For the 2015 season, the attraction received a new bright and colourful training area, additional child-size cars, and a new lane to increase capacity.

Opened: 1996 | Manufacturer: Garmendale | Height Restriction: N/A* | Ride Photos? Yes | Reserve & Ride? Yes
*Guests must be aged between 6-13 years.

L-Drivers

Similar to LEGO City Driving School, this attraction gives the Resort’s youngest guests the chance to gain their first driving experience on the quieter roads of LEGO City. After watching a short instructional video, there is a more simple route to navigate, with a small, oval-shaped circuit.

Opened: 1996 | Manufacturer: Garmendale | Height Restriction: N/A* | Ride Photos? Yes | Reserve & Ride? Yes
*Guests must be aged between 3-5 years.

Coastguard HQ

Guests can take control of an electric boat and navigate the waterways of LEGO City, with the route passing twice underneath the track of the LEGOLAND Express. The attr