Take a look at the new LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Birmingham and be the first to book tickets for the July opening.

These artist illustrations give us an insight into what the £7 million indoor attraction will look like when it opens its doors in July time. Designs, LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, say: ‘will allow children to instantly immerse themselves into a world of colour, igniting their creativity and encourage playful learning.’ It is clear to see the site is being specially designed from a child’s perspective, in order to provide the ultimate experience.

When the site opens, just in time for the summer holidays, there’ll be no end of entertainment for the little ones who will get to explore all that’s on offer, including: ten themed LEGO play zones, mini-rides, a build & test area, along with a 4D cinema! And the news that got us big kids at BU excited? The introduction of a ‘MINILAND’ which will include iconic landmarks and well-known buildings from Birmingham and the surrounding area. A great nod to the city that will welcome this first family attraction to open in the region for over a decade, creating 50 new jobs.

General Manager, Amy Langham, says: “We love the artist illustrations for the LEGOLAND Discovery

Centre Birmingham as they really bring to life the vibrant design of the attraction and give families a glimpse behind the scenes during the construction stages”

All elements are suitable for children aged between three and ten years old and just this week, tickets have gone on sale for the summer holiday period, so book yourselves in quickly by clicking here

And may we remind you, ALL adults must be accompanied by a child! Sorry!

(Images: Merlin)