LEGOLAND Discovery Center Chicago

 
The ultimate LEGO® classroom! Inspire your group's imagination with educational play that harnesses the limitless creative possibilities of LEGO bricks. LEGO Education, overnight and scout programs available. Plus, schools and groups are granted unlimited access to all exhibits, rides, 4D movies and play areas!
 
 
Contact Info
Address: 601 N. Martingale Rd., Suite 130, Schaumburg, IL 60173. Cook County.
 
Tel: 847-592-9708.  
 
 
 
Hrs: Open 365 days a year. School and group bookings available Mon.- Fri. 9AM-7PM.
 
SCHOOLS
Aside from an awesome visit to LEGOLAND, choose from five different LEGO Education Workshops. These workshops are performed in a classroom setting and offer students a hands-on learning experience across the curriculum including science, mathematics, language arts, technology, and engineering. LEGO Education Workshops adhere to curriculum standards. Overnight field trips are also available for large school groups. Field trips must be reserved at least 2 weeks in advance. Learn more and see field trip specials
 
 
Contact Info
Contact: Group Sales Department.
 
Trip Info 
Grade Level: PreK-6th. 
 
Group Size: 10 minimum, 100 maximum.
 
Activity Type: Day Trips, Self-Guided Tours, Guided Activities, Self-Guided Activities. 
 
Recomm. Length of Visit: up to 3 hours  
 
Recomm. Ratio of Students to Staff: 10:1.
 
Registration: Online, Phone, Email.   
 
Food Options: Lunch packages available.
 
Cost: $7.00 - $12.00 per person. 1 adult for every 5 paying children go free.
 
 
SUPPORTS CLASSROOM LEARNING IN: STEM, Physical Education.
Topics Covered: Creativity, art, design, science, technology, design, engineering, math, climate, physics, language arts, writing, communication, critical thinking, problem solving.
 
SCOUTS
Scout groups are welcome to participate in LEGO fun and learning activities at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Chicago. Scouts can work on a variety of badges related to design, technology, science, art, photography, and more. Workshop activities include building LEGO spinning tops, taking photos of scenes built with LEGO Bricks and Mini-Figures, and creating a LEGO merry-go-round. Each scout will receive a free commemorative patch. Overnights are also available. Field trips must be booked at least 20 days in advance. Learn more.
 
Contact Info
 
Trip Info 
Grade Level: PreK-6th. 
 
Group Size: Varies.
 
Activity Type: Day Trips, Overnight Trips, Self-Guided Tours, Guided Activities, Self-Guided Activities. 
 
Recomm. Length of Visit: up to 3 hours  
 
Recomm. Ratio of Scouts to Staff: Varies.
 
Registration: Online, Phone, Email.   
 
Food Options: Lunch packages available.
 
Cost: $7.00 - $20.00 per person. 1 adult for every 5 paying children goes free. Overnight: $65 per person.
 
 
SUPPORTS SCOUT BADGES IN: Technology, Art. 
Topics Covered: Science, technology, design, engineering, math, physics, art, photography, crafts, critical thinking, problem solving.
 
 
HOMESCHOOL
Homeschool Week at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Chicago allows homeschoolers to have hands-on experiences with robotics, digital art, and more. Each week has a different theme, honing in on key concepts of a specific curriculum area. Homeschool week tickets include the workshop and admission to LEGOLAND. Learn more and book tickets to Homeschool Week
 
Contact Info
Contact: Group Sales Department.
 
Trip Info 
Grade Level: PreK-6th. 
 
Group Size: 10 minimum.
 
Activity Type: Day Trips, Self-Guided Tours, Guided Activities, Self-Guided Activities. 
 
Recomm. Length of Visit: Up to 3 hours  
 
Recomm. Ratio of Students to Staff: 10:1.
 
Registration: Online, Phone, Email.   
 
Food Options: Lunch packages available.
 
Cost: Fee. $7.00 - $10.00 per person
 
 
SUPPORTS CLASSROOM LEARNING IN: STEM, Physical Education.
Topics Covered: Creativity, art, design, science, technology, design, engineering, math, climate, physics, language arts, writing, communication, critical thinking, problem solving.
 

Lesson Plan To Enrich This Class Trip

Indoor Amusement Lesson Plan

Indoor Amusement Centers offer many games and sports activities that are played in a group. Students participate in activities to learn about the members of their team and how to work together in order to be successful. Discuss the importance of teamwork or “playing the game.” In what other situations might you need these skills? Is it important to play by the rules? Why or why not?... Continue