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Let the fun fly! And snowballs too. Legoland’s Snow Days, Winter Nights.

By December 6, 2015Orange County

Legoland California is a riot this season, as the Carlsbad park lets kids pretend they have some East Coast blood. Grab your boots and winter coats and get into the spirit, as the SoCal sun shines, upbeat Colbie Caillat tunes like ‘Christmas in the Sand’ play and kids get a chance to sled in between riding the rides.

My family and I arrived late afternoon, and it was perfect to get in some midday cheer, which we then paired with the night lights and sights of the season. IMG_5088

Who can resist a good old-fashioned snowball fight? My kids clearly couldn’t, nor could my husband (the biggest kid of all, I think).

IMG_5087 As sun sets, the big Legoland Tree turns bright at the 5pm lighting each night. Stage fun and seasonal music also adds to the festivities. You’re really feel the winter wonderland around you come alive as the temperatures drop and the hot cocoa is brewing.


The Holiday Snow Days and Winter Nights runs through January 3. With your admission ticket, enjoy Snow Play, our LEGO® Christmas Tree, and holiday treats.
On select dates, they also offer live holiday entertainment and fireworks for the Winter Nights. When choosing your date to visit, consider our many reasons to celebrate:

  • Winter Nights festivities at 5-7pm on November 27, 28  and December 5, 12, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30.
  • Official Tree Lighting on November 30, nightly Tree Lighting at 5pm, December 3-25th.
  • Holiday Fireworks at 7pm on December 26-30th.
  • Kids’ New Year’s Eve celebration from 3 – 6pm with fireworks and a “Brick Drop” at 6pm on December 31st. (capacity limited)

Have a great time–and enjoy the snow!



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