Last weekend, we all went to Legoland Discovery in Manchester for the launch of their new 4D Movie: Lego Nexo Knights 4D: The Book of Creativity. I don’t want to spoil the plot too much for you, but the plot involves the Nexo Knights racing across Knighton to stop Jestro (the baddie) and his book of monsters from getting their hands on the Book of creativity. The in-theatre special effects made it a brilliant experience. Sam particularly enjoyed it when he got rained on. (Avoid the first 4 rows if you want to keep dry)
Lego Nexo Knights 4D
Syd had been excited about watching it all week, and demanded a photo of us in our 3D glasses – fetching, aren’t they!
We’ve never seen anything to do with Lego Nexo Knights 4D before, so all the characters were new to us. I got the gist of the plot though – it’s a typical “goodies vs baddies” type story, and was fairly easy to follow.
After the film, we headed off to explore the rest of the Discovery Centre. I was beyond excited to find out they now offer Costa Coffee beverages… Sam didn’t sleep great the night before, so the caffeine hit was very much needed
Sam spent ages exploring the new Lego City Builders area. He was especially taken by the school, but seemed to like all of the buildings which were lit up. I built a bridge for the mini figures to cross the roads safely while Sam explored the structures and tried to find an open window…
Sydney spent ages in the Duple area. This is a new part of Legoland Discovery too, aimed at under 5’s. She enjoyed the slide, giant lego blocks and, of course the barking dog…
When hubby and Sydney finally joined Sam and I in the Lego City area, Syd insisted on us having our photo taken in the Lego Friends booth…
We had a brilliant time (as always) at Legoland Discovery. The new film was great, but in 3 year old Sydney’s words… ” It was a bit for the boys’ies, wasn’t it, mummy”? She definitely preferred the new Lego Movie 4D adventure over the Nexo Knights one.
We are Legoland Discovery Ambassadors, and were invited to this launch showing as part of our role. All words and opinions are my own (and Sydney’s). Find more of our Legoland adventures here.