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LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Kansas City
LocationCrown Center, Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Coordinates39°04′55″N 94°34′54″W / 39.0818625°N 94.5817603°W / 39.0818625; -94.5817603
StatusOperating
OwnerMerlin Entertainments
ThemeFamily Entertainment Center
Websitehttps://www.legolanddiscoverycenter.com/kansascity/

Legoland Discovery Center Kansas City is an indoor family entertainment center located in the Crown Center in Kansas City, Missouri. The attraction includes Lego rides, a soft play area, a 4D cinema and a gift shop. LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Kansas City is owned and operated by the British leisure group Merlin Entertainments.

History

LEGO® bricks were invented by Danish carpenter Ole Kirk Kristiansen in 1958. The LEGO® employees were often interrupted by visitors who wanted to see what they could build with LEGO bricks. So one day someone came up with the idea to build a park where visitors could build with the bricks. The first Legoland Discovery Center was opened in Berlin in 2007, and since then a total of 12 LEGOLAND® Discovery Centers have been opened. LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Kansas City was opened in 2012.

Rides & Attractions

Lego sculpture of Kauffman Stadium, local Kansas City landmark.
Lego sculpture of Kauffman Stadium, local Kansas City landmark.

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