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Legoland - Imagination Zone

The Imagination Zone [©2016 Chip Litherland Photography Inc.]
The Imagination Zone [©2016 Chip Litherland Photography Inc.]

The Imagination Zone will appeal to anyone, kids and adults alike, who are real LEGO fans. You can enjoy yourself designing, building and playing with LEGO and MINDSTORM products and computer games. There are also seven of LEGO’s most inspiring models in the world, including a replica of Albert Einstein’s head.


The Imagination Zone has been rebuilt from the original Adventure Arcade structure of Cypress Gardens and features a number of indoor zones.

Building Zone

At the Building Zone, you can design and build your own house or the tallest tower and then see if it could withstand an earthquake.

Creation Zone

Let your imagination run wild in the Creation Zone where you can build and decorate the walls with LEGO bricks.

Flight Zone

In the Flight Zone you get to build flying machines and then race them against other guests models on zip lines.

Kid Power Towers (Heege Towers)

The Kid Power Towers are the only ride in the Imagination Zone. You can pull yourself up 30 feet (10 metres) by a rope to the top of the tower where you get a great view of the park and Lake Eloise as the tower slowly rotates. When you release the rope, you can then enjoy a free-fall descent back to the ground at the rate of 3 feet (1 metre) per second. The towers each have four columns with a dual seat on each column.

Minimum rider height is 38 inches (0.97 cm) and guests under 48 inches (1.22 m) tall must be accompanied by a responsible person of 14 years or older.

LEGO MINDSTORMS™

For older children, there is LEGO MINDSTORMS™ presented by Microsoft where you can build and program the latest cutting edge, computerised LEGO MINDSTORMS™ robots.

Warner Bros. Game™ Zone

The Warner Bros. Game™ Zone is a group of Xbox 360 game stations where you can experience the latest LEGO games, such as LEGO STAR WARS™, LEGO INDIANA JONES™, LEGO BATMAN™ and Monsters vs. Aliens.

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