Legoland's Limited-Time Virtual Experience Celebrates 10 Years of Ninjago

The limited-time attraction will be held at Legoland California from Aug. 13 to Sept. 5

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In celebration of a decade of Ninjago, Legoland California Resort is inviting families to experience a limited-time augmented reality digital experience at the theme park.

Beginning Friday, visitors can get lost in the immersive world of Ninjago with the interactive attraction by playing ninja. The experience centers around a team of ninjas searching for a golden amulet and visitors can participate in the quest with the temporary attraction.

At the end of the quest, participants will be given a mini AR video of their adventure and receive their own amulet as a keepsake.

In addition to the new experience, which runs at Legoland California through Sept. 5, Ninjago has other attractions to appease kids and families.

“There are tons of activities here for Ninjago Days to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Ninjago,” said Jake Gonzalez, a Legoland spokesperson.

The coronavirus pandemic delayed it but at long last, Legoland’s Lego Movie World is set to open. NBC 7’s Audra Stafford has more information on the family-fun attraction.

Character meet-and-greets, peek-a-boos of ninjas at Lego Miniland, face painting, caricatures and a ninja building activity are all ways to celebrate 10 years of Ninjago at the park.

Tickets for Legoland start at $94.99. For more information on purchasing tickets, click here.

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