As reported on CTV News, LEGOLand Discovery Centre at Vaughan Mills in Toronto, Canada has recently denied entry to a 63 year old that travelled all the way from Windsor, ON (near Detroit, Michigan) to visit the attraction. At LEGOLand Discovery Centre, their policy is that adults must be accompanied by children if they wish to enter. Thanks to forum member crewser for the news.
Its rather unfortunate that the 63 year old LEGO fan and his daughter couldn’t visit the attraction, especially since he travelled that far. Occasionally though, LEGOLand Discovery Centre do offer “LEGO Adult Nights” where adults are allowed entry into the attraction.
What do you think of LEGOLAND’s Discovery Centre policy of not admitting adults without children? Do you support this or not?