Legoland and Clutch Powers 4-D

Last month, we were treated to a preview of the new Clutch Powers 4-D Movie at Legoland California.  We had been to Legoland about two years ago, when Angry Kid was just a wee one, Angry Toddler.  He is way into Legos right now, so he was very excited about going to Legoland.  We started off our adventure at the Sea Life Aquarium.  It had opened within the past year and we had never been there either. Angry Kid loved looking at all of the exhibits in the aquarium.

After touring the Sea Life Aquarium, we grabbed a quick snack and headed for the main gates of Legoland, which was right next door.  It was a perfect day to go to Legoland. The weather was beautiful and it was not too hot outside.  We headed towards the theater to watch the premiere of their new 4-D movie, Clutch Powers.

Angry Kid loved this movie.  He kept the glasses on the entire time, and I was giggling when he kept reaching out in the air.  He kept asking to watch it again.  He came home and told everyone at his preschool about the cool 4-D movie.

After watching the movie, we ventured around the rest of Legoland.  Angry Kid kept stopping to see all of this displays.  We had a delicious lunch and went on several rides.  We finished the day off by spending copious amounts of money at the Legoland store and Limited Edition Lego Sets, that we’ve never seen before.  I was “Mother of the Year” that day.

We were also given a copy of the DVD LEGO: The Adventures of Clutch Powers.  I think Angry Kid has watched the DVD at least fifty times.  Angry Husband even remarked that is a great movie and he enjoys it also.

Disclosure: We were invited to Legoland and Sea Life Aquarium for a complimentary visit for the day.  We were also provided with a complimentary DVD.  The link to the DVD is an affiliate code. Angry Kid is a huge Lego Fan. He had a great time. I was not persuaded or influenced in any way when writing this blog post.
Rachel Boldman
Rachel Boldman

I hear Legoland might be bringing a park to Orlando! I hope so! it sounds like fun!


I've never been to Legoland but worry that my oldest, who is 6, might be too old for it already. I've heard it's awesome for toddlers. What ages do you think would enjoy it?