LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta

Join us at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Atlanta for a fantastic, fun, creative experience. It’s like jumping into the biggest box of LEGO® bricks ever! With 15 different attractions to explore, all included in the price of admission, it’s the perfect place for a day of indoor fun. See Atlanta landmarks made from LEGO, ride our two rides, watch all six of our 4D movies, explore Pirate Adventure Island and learn new tips and tricks in the Model Builder Academy!
Contact Info
Address: 3500 Peachtree Rd. NE, Atlanta, GA 30326. Fulton County.
Tel: 404-848-9252.
Hrs: Mon.-Fri. 10AM-7PM – Last entry at 5PM.
LEGO® Education and LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Atlanta have teamed up to offer unique, high quality, learning experiences for your campers! These new workshops integrate hands-on materials and activities designed by LEGO® Education in collaboration with real world educators.  Designed for children grades Pre-K through sixth, each workshop focuses on developing 21st century learning skills of communication, collaboration, critical-thinking and problem solving.
Contact Info
Phone: 404-848-9252 ext. 4001. 
Trip Info 
Grade Level: PreK-6th.
Group Size: 10 minimum to qualify for group rates.
Program Type: Day Trips, Self-Guided Activities, Guided Activities.
Recomm. Length of Visit: 2-3 hours.
Recomm. Ratio of Chaperones to Staff: 5:1.
Registration: Online, Phone, Email, Fax.
Food Options: Available for purchase.
Cost: Please email for rates.  
Accessible To: ASD, LD, PD.

Indoor Entertainment - Arcades Fun Facts

Have campers take a (quick) break from the fun on the next trip to an indoor amusement center, and have them think about the design and day-to-day operations of the venue. How is it designed and laid out? What games and features (batting cages, arcade games, redemption games) go where, and why? Have them take a look around at how many people are there enjoying themselves; what is the maximum number of occupants, and why? How does the management go about heating and cooling the venue at different times of the year?

Speak to the staff about these questions; learn the "why" behind how things are arranged, and consider the role of safety. Relate this to how things are organized and what the rules are back at the camp.