Ohio’s Legoland opening this month

The LEGOLAND at Easton Town Center in Columbus will open to the public September 28.

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The LEGOLAND at Easton Town Center in Columbus will open to the public September 28.

The Columbus Legoland Discovery Center will open to the general public at the end of this month.

The 36,000 square-foot entertainment center at the Easton Town Center next to the AMC movie theater will include two interactive rides, a 4D cinema and Miniland, Ohio, which will have Ohio landmarks, including some from Dayton, according to a company statement.

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The 10 a.m. Sept. 28 grand opening event includes Legoland’s mascot Bertie leading a children’s parade, speakers and a large Lego brick wall to be knocked down in place of a ribbon cutting.

The first 500 attendees at the $10 million facility will also get a grand opening Legoland Discovery Center Pop Badge.

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But LEGO fans that can’t wait until the event can buy the First to Play Annual Pass for early access. The $55 pass includes free admission for the year, early entrance before the general public and discounts at the coffee shop and gift store. Families of three or more can get a pass for $50 per person.

Otherwise ticket costs are as follows:

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Online: $20

Walk Up: $24


Online: $21

Walk Up: $24

Extra Value Ticket (Includes LEGO collectible):

Online: $24

Walk Up: $29


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