My three-year-old architect uses Legos to build "crazy towers," so I'm used to them reaching three-, four-, even five-feet in height. But now Legoland has built a true to scale version in Carlsbad, Calfornia that functions as an actual hotel. It opens April 15, and it might be incredibly cool—or incredibly weird.
My kids would love it. Me? I’m not so sure.
Clara Sedlak is a mom of two and a senior editor at Travel + Leisure.