We decided not to rush to Legoland on the tuesday, and arrived about 11pm. Again, it was not too busy, but probably a bit busier than monday. There was also quite a few school buses parked in the car park.
We headed into the park. The boys had a few things they wanted to do that they had spotted the day before. The first stop was the Lego Factory tour. This is supposed to be a miniature version of a Lego production line. It starts with a video, then takes you through the production line. It was not very good. From here we headed to Duplo play town, a park area. This was in full sun, and seeing as it was very hot again, we did not stay long. There were some dubious looking spiders webs in some of the play equipment.
We then went to Lego Kingdoms to The Forestmens Hideout. This was another play park which was more suited to Oliver and Isaac. The big slide was closed off, which it had not been the day before. Luckily this park was in the shade, so we were able to stay a bit longer. Seb was not interested though, and just wanted to sit in the buggy.
Food was calling, so we headed to The Market Restaurant to see what they had. This had lots of different counters selling different types of things, none of which I thought the boys would eat. So we went back to the Pizza and pasta places we went to the day before. Again, Isaac barely ate anything, while the rest of us pigged out.
We thought this would be a good time to leave. Unfortunately, so did everyone else, so the changing rooms were packed. We left the waterpark and headed towards the gate. We stopped at the Build and Test area on the way through the park. The boys were all given some wheels as they headed in. The idea is to make a car and then test it on ramps. If we had done this earlier in the day it would have been awesome. By this time though, our children were shattered, and getting all silly when the pieces would not stay on. It did not help that a lot of the pieces were too worn or broken to stay on.