It's Adults Only Time At Legoland

No Kids Allowed

8 August 2017

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ADULT'S ONLY nights are back on at Legoland in Chadstone.

The play centre was met with a lot of criticism when it opened back in April, with it's controversial "no kid, no entry" policy.

A statement from Legoland at the time said "In order to constantly maintain a quality experience in which to play, Legoland Discovery Centres around the world do not permit entry to any groups of adults, adult couples, who are not accompanied by a young child or children during standard hours."

But that all changes with Adult's Only Nights. The one held in July was completely sold out, and tickets for August are selling fast. Check here for availability. Their website promises fun for big kids to get a turn exploring the 4D Cinema, rides, Factory Tour and Lego brick pits before testing your skills at the speed build challenges or a scavenger hunt.

For the real professional builders, there's even Master Model Builders hosting workshops.

Best of all, you can go without the kids!

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