Education Programs 

STEM Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, visits include:

  • Hands-on, collaborative projects. Build simple machines, “green” vehicles
    and robots!
  • Standards-based teacher guides with lab notes and back-in-class activities
  • Applied learning on life-sized machines - LEGOLAND rides!
  • Full day admission to LEGOLAND and Jr. Engineer certificates for students
  • Discover the high-quality products and learning philosophy of LEGO® Education.

Reservations and information:
Call (760) 438-LEGO or pre-register
online to save time!

 

LEGOLAND® California Field Trip Brochure

 

  Adventure Bots
Find a way past the guard! Discover and retrieve the treasure! LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT robots powered by software, sensors, and motors. Dragon Coaster animation revealed with Teacher Guide Lab Notes!Grades 3-6
Resource Guide
 Survival at Sea   Build a Coral Reef
Discover why coral reefs are called “trees of the sea”. Build a tropical fish, scuba diver or LEGO coral! Use gears, motors and animation. Add a SEA LIFE guided tour! Discover the beauty of live sea creatures.
Grades 1-3
Resource Guide
 

Dr. Heartbeat at LEGOLAND Deliver meds to keep the LEGO heart beating! Cut the bad vein and remove LEGO cells! LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT robots powered by software, sensors, and motors. Add SEA LIFE Squid Dissection to complete your “doctor” training!
Grades 3-6
Resource Guide

  Energy Lab
Build a solar-powered LEGO car. Store and transfer energy. TECHNIC® Coaster potential and kinetic energy revealed with Teacher Guide
Lab Notes!
Grades 3-6
Resource Guide
 Green City  

Green City at LEGOLAND
LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT robots powered by software, sensors, and motors. Knock down a polluting smokestack and install solar panels! Eco-Scavenger hunt reveals how LEGOLAND goes green!
Grades 5-8
Resource Guide

 

Nature's Fury Robot Workshops
See "FIRST LEGO League" section
Grades 5-8

 Physical Forces   Physical Forces: Get Moving!
Build and race a LEGO vehicle - predict the winner! How does friction, wind resistance and gravity inertia affect the car’s speed? Use a sensor to measure changes in speed. Change your design to improve your performance.
Grade 2-4
Resource Guide
  Robotics For Young Beginners
Students use LEGO Education WeDo gears, pulleys, motors, and software! Build and animate our Gator-bot.
Grades 1-3
  Simple Machines I
Build a simple machine with gears, levers and pulleys. Primary grade learners: Build a ride that works with gears! Intermediate grade learners: Build and animate Dog-Bot!
Grades 1-3
Resource Guide
  Simple Machines I
Build a simple machine with gears, levers and pulleys. Primary grade learners: Build a ride that works with gears! Intermediate grade learners: Build and animate Dog-Bot!
Grades 1-3
Resource Guide
 Tall Towers   Tall Towers
Discover the difference between a shell structure and frame structure. Build a tower. Test it on our earthquake table - how stable is your structure?
Grades K-1
Resource Guide
     
 Conservation Crusaders   Conservation Crusaders at SEA LIFE Aquarium
Explore food webs and how animals interact. Learn how you can help maintain a healthy ocean..
Grades 2-5
Resource Guide
 

Octopus Garden: Body Parts and Behaviors at SEA LIFE Aquarium
Meet our Giant Pacific Octopus. Discover their camouflage, jet propulsion and ink-squirting capabilities.
Grades K-1
Resource Guide

 Survival at Sea  

Survival at Sea: Habitats and Adaptations at SEA LIFE Aquarium
Journey across four habitats. See how animals are adapted to live in changing landscapes.
Grades K-2
Resource Guide

 

Squid Dissection at SEA LIFE Aquarium
Dive into external and internal squid anatomy and compare to humans. Dissect a real squid! Kid-safe equipment provided.
Grades 3-6
Resource Guide

Field Trip Program Pricing

 

LEGOLAND
California

SEA LIFE™
Aquarium

Hopper

Fall/Winter Special (Sept. 2 - Apr. 11)

$8

$5

$12

Spring 2014 (April 14 - Jun. 13)

$12

$7

$16

Summer 2014 (Jun. 16 - Aug. 31)

$25

$10

$29

Additional adults and siblings

$22

$10

$26

 

  • Weekdays during Park hours.
  • Teachers pay same low price as students, 1adult : 3 student ratio
  • Additional adults and siblings may be added, up to a maximum 1adult/sibling: 1 student
  • Minimum 15 paying students
  • Membership passes accepted for self-guided field trip admission only
  • No field trips on holidays, or Dec. 23 – Jan. 3.
  • Hopper visits must be made within the same pricing season.
  • Prices, times and schedules subject to availability and change without notice.

Parking


Bus parking is free. Car parking is $15 per vehicle. Free car parking vouchers are available if requested at time of reservation at a 1 adult: 3 student ratio. Vouchers will be mailed after payment is received. No additional or replacement parking vouchers will be issued.

CARS: Take the Cannon Road exit and follow the signs to LEGOLAND.

BUSES: Exit Palomar Airport Road and drive east to Hidden Valley Road/The Crossings Drive. Drive north on The Crossings Drive. Turn left into bus parking.

Availability

Field trips are offered year-round on weekdays, during days of operation. Only self-guided programs are available July - August. No field trips are available December 20 - January 5 or on holidays.

Payment

Payment by check, credit card or original purchase order required 3 weeks in advance. Restrictions may apply.

Fresh Lunches

LEGOLAND California lunches are $7.58 each:

  • Chicken Tenders, fries, fruit, drink
  • Hot dog, fries, fruit, drink
  • Peanut butter & jelly sandwich, fries, fruit, drink

SEA LIFE Aquarium lunches are $5.25 each:
  • Cheese Quesadilla, Honest Kids Drink, Raisins or Chips
  • Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Honest Kids Drink, Raisins or Chips
  • Chicken Tenders, Honest Kids Drink, Raisins or Chips

Lunches must be reserved and paid in advance. Lunches are available September 8 - June 29. Schools may bring lunches in disposable containers only. No coolers allowed. No personal belongings will be stored.Locker rental available in The Beginning.  Designated picnic areas available at LEGOLAND California only.