The kids had a lot of fun. It is really amazing what can be done with Legos. I am still sending picts from my iPhone to my computer. I will add more picts when I have some time. We went to the new one in Schaumburg, IL, this past Friday. Kids loved it. I did not think it was worth the price of admission - which was hefty. The Lego structures were fabulous. The layout and brochure looks a lot better than what is really there. There is a dragon ride which was very short with a long line. Cool things to see though. We went through the factory to see how a Lego is made. It was so sad. It was such a simplistic demo and the kids did not even get to keep the Lego that was made! The 4D movie was really cute and the 3D effects were pretty good - even better than some other movies I have seen. There is also an area for physical play and for building. They were way smaller than I thought it would be. There was also the jungle thing that you walked through. The Lego animals were way cool but it was a short walk-through. On the way to the Jungle thing is a miniature skyline of Chicago built with Legos. That must have taken forever to build. So, there were 5-6 attractions that did not take long to get through. I thought that we would be there all day. It only took us 2-3 hours to get through the whole thing and a lot of that time was spent in line. It was fun for the kids, but we are not going back again. The most amazing thing to me was that there was not a lot for sale in their store. They only had the large kits available for $80 or more. They also sold individual pieces of Legos for a ridiculous price. We did not buy anything there. My son was disappointed but I took him to WalMart the next day (after the Scrapbook Expo, of course). We bought 2 kits for less than $20. Granted, they were smaller kits. It did take him some time to put them together though. He spent the rest of Saturday making them. He was happy as a pig in cool mud.