LEGOLAND Discovery Centre reopens after £1m investment

The £1m LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, at the intu Trafford Centre Manchester, has relaunched with its new LEGO Ninjago City Adventure play feature.

The new-look centre includes the play feature, new modern café with floor-to-ceiling windows, a bigger and better creative workshop, where LEGO fans can watch the discovery  centre master model builder at work, a newly located LEGO Racers Build & Test Zone and new birthday party rooms with three brand new birthday party experiences.

The new play feature immerses visitors into a world of Ninjago; putting their Ninja skills to the test as they embark on a journey through the LEGO Ninjago City Adventure, as they fight to save the city.

Before entering the three-tiered temple, children can practice their Ninja moves in the training camp, from interactive play to imaginative play, the Dojo Training Camp teaches all there is to know on becoming a Spinjitzu Master; play features include a dual-sided Batak Game so friends and family can battle it out and become top of the leader board.

The Ninja Temple tests LEGO fans’ time and reaction skills before they venture through physical courses and test their own agility – play features include a Tiger widow island escape trainer climbing wall, LEGO Ninjago  character challenges from Kai, Jay, Cole, Lloyd, Zane and Nya, crisscross maze and vertical rope climb, a spiral slide of lights, crawl through tunnel, ballpool, sky wheels, bash bags, lightening buzzer bars, Spinjitzu tornado and much more.

LEGO  Ninjago City Adventure also features an interactive play table, where young Ninjas can add to the brick built structure of the city and create their own buildings and temples for the Ninjas to train.

The new creative workshop features a bigger and brighter space for little builders to spend time with LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Master Model Builder, Alex Bidolak. Here, guests have the chance to learn from the Master himegoself, with hands-on tuition and insider tips on how to create their very own incredible models.

Jenn McDonough, general manager of LEGOLAND Discovery Centre said: “LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is a popular attraction for families, and we wanted to build on that, by offering much more interactive and imaginative play.

“LEGO Ninjago is so iconic for LEGO fans, we wanted to give our young visitors an immersive adventure, combined with fantastic play. This all new-build is the biggest investment, since launch and we can’t wait for families and children to enjoy it for themselves.”