LEGO NINJAGO takeover at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre

There’s a LEGO NINJAGO takeover happening at the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre in Manchester. Visitors can race a NINJAGO vehicle, build a Ninja eye mask and check out the permanent Laser Maze Challenge attraction. There will also be the opportunity to meet Kai and take part in competitions.

Full details have been provided by the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre:

From Saturday 17th September, the attraction will transform into the world of Ninjago to celebrate the brand new LEGO® Ninjago adventure Day of the Departed and skilled young ninjas from Manchester’s own Sale Dojo performed their high level of expertise for all to see, and helped to get everyone in the Ninjago spirit by breaking LEGO® blocks like seasoned pros.

Throughout the autumn, families and children can ignite their imaginations by building their own LEGO® Ninjago Eye Mask, taking part in the LEGO® Ninjago Laser Maze Challenge, and using their Ninja creativity to build a Ninjago vehicle in the LEGO® Racers Build and Test area before challenging their friends and family to a race! Visitors can also join a fun Ninjago build takeover at MINILAND, get involved in an exciting character hunt and even have the chance to meet one of the stars of the Ninjago series, ‘Kai’, the Red Fire Ninja, who will be at LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre every day until the 20th October.


Ian Swain, of Sale Dojo, said “After being involved in this great event last year we literally jumped at the opportunity! It’s such a fun way to educate people about this amazing activity and our little Ninjas had a fantastic time performing for visitors on the day and demonstrating their talents.”

Dean Feasby, Marketing Manager of LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre said: “This is such an exciting, immersive adventure for our visitors. We have so many incredible activities going on this month, and the amazing ninjas from Sale Dojo were the best way to kick off a great event.”


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