We were invited to Legoland this past week to preview a whole new land and ride dedicated to the popular Lego Ninjago which can be seen on Cartoon Network.
It was drizzling a bit when we got to the park around 9:45.
After checking in, we were led in a group to visit the New Ninjago Themed Land.
Lego Ninjago and Ninjago the Ride are located on the south east side of the ticket turnstiles directly behind Imagination Zone
The entrance that will greet guests as they walk into Ninjago World
We found a good view to watch the opening ceremony
The opening ceremony was filled with ninjas showing off their skillful moves. It was pretty good.
As the ceremony came to an end, the sky was filled with confetti, streamers, and fog jet finale.
It was pretty impressive to see the grand finale, as it lasted for quite some time.
*You can see the full opening ceremony video that we recorded at the bottom of this post
The confetti kept on falling and the fog jet never seem to stop.
These are some of the drummers that were playing in the background as the Ninjas show off their signature moves.
The ride entrance looks colorful with two Lego Ninja figures
Inside the queue, you will also see some Lego figures.
There are several TV screens above the queue showing guests how to fight like a ninja while on the ride
Before arriving at the loading station, you must pick up a 3D glasses to help you fight like a ninja
The ride vehicle looks cool with its logo and dragon on the side of the vehicle
4 people can ride in one ride vehicle.
The difference between this ride and all the other 4D interactive rides in California is that you don’t use a hand held device to shoot at things. Instead, you use your hands to shoot flying objects at the enemies.
“The Ride enables guests to demonstrate their ninja skills without the use of a hand held device and instead, they simply use their hand gestures. Riders collect points for their training and battle efforts throughout the ride and scores are displayed when their quest is completed.”
Since this is a 4D interactive ride, you will experience plenty of cool effects throughout the 3.5 minute ride such as heat, smoke and wind.
In addition to several giant projection screens in the ride, guests will also see some physical props as they journey through out the whole ride.
You will definitely get a good workout on this ride. It really works out your hands and upper arms. You may even break a sweat once the ride is over.
Guests in another ride vehicle having a fun time using their ninja skills to stop their enemies on screens.
Within Ninjago World, you will find one food stand called Ninja Kitchen
Some of the food items that can be purchased at Ninja Kitchen like
Pork Belly with picked vegetables.
We got to sample the two Asian food items. It was very delicious.
I highly recommend the pork belly when one visits Legoland Ninjago World.
There’s also a rock climbing walls in which Kids can test their agility as they scale a rock wall.
As you look around Ninjago world, you will see several Lego Ninjago figures
You can also have your photo taken with one of the Ninjago charcters.
We would like to give a big Thank You to Legoland for inviting us out to check out the new ride and experience a whole new ride technology that has not been seen in America yet.
Here are 2 videos we recorded that day. Enjoy!
Here’s a full queue walk-through and POV of Ninjago the Ride: