Melbourne’s soon to be opened Legoland store has confirmed adults will be banned from entering their “Discovery Centre” without a child.
Instead, the Centre will run special adult sessions to indulge their passion for Lego without ankle-biters getting in the way.
The Discovery Centre, which opens in the Chadstone shopping centre on April 18, is an area separate to the main store.
The section offers families multiple attractions to enjoy with their children, such as: a Lego 4D cinema, amusement rides, exhibits and creative workshops.
Listen to Mia Freedman, Holly Wainwright and Monique Bowley discuss the ban on last week’s episode of Mamamia Out Loud. Post continues after podcast.
Adults who attempt to purchase a single “adult” ticket to visit the Discovery Centre are automatically stopped by a prompt that informs them their ticket has been met with a “restriction”.
The”Special Conditions” tab that appears when booking tickets informs individuals that adults must be accompanied by a child.
“Adults (18+) must be accompanied by a child (except at our adult only evening events) when visiting LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Melbourne,” it reads.