There is also a Lego Discovery Center there, so we went to that too. It was mostly for little kids, as expected. There were some small rides & some building stations. There were life sized Lego people to get pictures with. There was an engineering station, where you could build and make the Legos move or something. But where we spent all our time was the front room, where they had built a mini Lego version of Detroit. There was a working car factory, the Fox Theatre, Ford Field, Comerica Park, a parade, a carnival, the walkway by the river. Every 15 minutes or so, the overhead lights went off & all the Lego lights came on & on a screen behind the river, fireworks ‘went off’. And Comerica Park — the Detroit Tigers’ stadium — was like a pinball game you could actually play. Sis struck out, but I totally hit a home run on my first try! That room, I’m not even doing it justice. It was worth our price of admission.
We also went to lunch at The Rainforest Cafe, that had vines & trees & animatronic animals that moved & wagged their tails & made noise. Every 30 minutes the lights dimmed, thunder clashed, you heard rainfall & there was ‘lightning’ and all the animals went wild & screamed & roared. We had a dessert there called The Volcano that came with a lit sparkler sticking out of the top. It was basically a giant brownie with ice cream, hot fudge & whipped cream all stacked on top. We walked around the mall, got pretzels, went to the Disney store, got our photos taken in a photo booth, bought toys at the Lego store, saw a Claire’s & a Spencer’s like it was 1990 or something, lol.
Some fish at the aquarium, I completely forget what they’re called now, but I totally want to try to paint them.
Lego Comerica Park aka Detroit Tigers Stadium!
Our Volcano dessert!
Then we came home, exhausted but happy! Happy 45th to my big Sis!
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