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Ninjago Ninja Weekend Review at Legoland Grapevine

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February 8th and 9th, Legoland in the Grapevine Mills Mall in Grapevine was the site of a Ninjago fiasco. Families enjoyed the permanent fixtures of Legoland fun including 4D movies, soft block play areas, building areas and rides like the Ranger Persuit Ride and Star Wars VI exhibition area and karaoke castle; as well as Ninjago themed activities available for only two days but for no additional cost above regular admission.

Kids were invited at noon and 2 pm to participate in a building contest as well as costume contest. Additionally, a Ninjago scavenger hunt will encompass the entire venue. Upon admission, children were given a scavenger hunt tally sheet to mark down the location of tiny Ninjago characters including: Kai, Zane, Jay, Lloyd and Cole. Complete cards were eligible for a chance to win a free Lego set.

Judging by the crowds, Ninjago Weekend was an event not to be missed. Keep posted for upcoming Legoland events.



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