Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester has announced that its intergalactic new feature ‘Space Mission’ will launch into action on 24th March – perfect timing to inspire the minds of budding little astronauts during the Easter Holidays.
The brand new feature will launch alongside the Lego® NINJAGO 4D film: Master of the 4th Dimension, where aspiring ninjas can join their favourite NINJAGO heroes at a very special dojo training session – it’s not to be missed!
‘Space Mission’ will see mini space explorers enter a top-secret Lego universe – building rockets and exploring weird and wonderful alien landscapes, embarking on a mission to become the next Lego® astronaut. Little science enthusiasts can create their own rocket at the free-build station, before taking command at Lego’s mission control base and blasting a shuttle into space with the push of a button, complete with a realistic space station countdown. Reality will meet the digital world with Space Mission’s interactive animation tables, where girls and boys will be able to create and direct their very own Lego® space movie.
The out-of-this-world experience, which contains thousands of bricks in total, will introduce stars of the future to the art of construction, inspiring the next generation of space engineers through purposeful play.
Speaking on the new feature, Jenn McDonough, General Manager Manchester Cluster, Merlin Entertainments, said: “Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester has long been inspiring children through play, and we’re sure that our brand new Space Mission experience will continue to do just that.
“We hope that through exploring and learning in this exciting environment, children will be encouraged to take an interest in science and space – we might even spark a passion in an astronaut of the future!”
‘Space Mission’ is included in the normal admissions price. Pre-booking is strongly advised to avoid disappointment.
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Tickets start from £11.50