Please note that this is not an itinerary submitted by an actual family. This day was planned by one of our travel experts as a recommendation for a family of children with ages 4 through late teens, based on knowledge of the city. Factors such as time, cost and distance have been considered to make this a great day to get a sense of the city and keep the children and teens interested and engaged.
Address: One Legoland Drive Carlsbad, CA 92008
Hours: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Admission: Adults – $85.00, Children – $75.00 (you can save $5 on each ticket if you book 7 days in advance online)
Legoland is home to more than 60 rides, shows and attractions. When entering the resort, visitors can’t miss Bronte, the bright red 34-ft long dinosaur made completely from Lego bricks. The Minifigure Market is in the first section of the park where you can find everything from candy to sunglasses and anything forgotten at home. Guests can find a large variety of Lego souvenirs in The Big Shop. Dino Island is the dinosaur-themed section where explorers can dig for fossils, soar on a junior roller coaster and lay inside a life-sized dinosaur footprint. Duplo Village is perfect for younger guests to splash around in the water playground. Fun Town is a role-playing amusement area where guests simulate adult skills or professions. Lego lovers of all ages will have an enjoyable time at this one-of-a-kind amusement park.
Address: 1133 Coast Blvd, La Jolla, San Diego, CA 92037
Hours: 4:00 am – 8:00 pm
Make sure you don’t forget your camera while visiting Ellen Browning Scripps Park. This park is the most photographed spot in San Diego. The park is between downtown La Jolla and the edge of the ocean adorned with tall palm trees and plenty of space to have a picnic or play catch. The scenic walkway along the bluffs leads to La Jolla Coveat the east end and Children’s Pool on the west end. The whole family will enjoy relaxing at this beautiful spot.