Our Toddler Tuesday program now includes special activities to keep your toddler busy while reaching important learning and developmental milestones!
Even the tiniest tots can join in the fun this fall at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Chicago during the return of the popular event series: Toddler Tuesdays. Activities include old favorites such as storytime and free play, while also encouraging new experiences and adventure! Join us for play-based foreign language, water art, music classes and even exotic animals!
Bring your little LEGO® lover to the Center Tuesday mornings between 10am-12pm to learn and play in our Center. The 2nd floor of the Center will open exclusively for toddlers and their parents, offering special opportunities designed to engage our youngest LEGO® enthusiasts. It’s also the perfect location for toddler play and parenting groups!
All materials are always included and there's never a reason to worry about clean-up. We also offer FREE coffee and pastries the first Toddler Tuesday of every month!
FREE Coffee and Pastries will be available at 10am!
Language Stars has 12 centers across Chicagoland and offers full-immersion foreign language classes for children ages 1-10. During this storytime, children and parents will get a glimpse of their innovative curriculum and sing, play, and more - all in a foreign language!
Build LEGO® towers of various shapes, colors, and patterns. This hands-on workshop helps participants learn how to follow directions, develop fine motor skills and recognize shapes and patterns.
See and touch 10 exotic animals including: a 22 pound rabbit, ground squirrel, hedgehog, Patagonian cavy, coatimundi, tortoise, macaw, lizard, duck and an albino Burmese python! After the show, children can spend additional time with the animals by participating in a mini petting zoo provided by Animal Quest!
Celebrate and bid goodbye with us! Take a picture with Bertie and decorate your own picture frame. Bring it home for your child to remember the time you spent with Bertie this year at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Chicago. A professional facepainter/muralist will also be available for children to request free, wearable works of art.
We were there for Pirate weekend and had a blast :) it is big enough to feel like you're getting your money's worth, yet small enough to really spend time doing the things you enjoy there. I had a fun time trying to find ways to get ridiculous high scores on the Dragon Ride :) and my son could have played all day in the play area while we spent time building Lego challenges. The Lego builder workshop was easy to follow, and my son loved the 4-D movies :)