New Legoland Attraction Smells Fishy

by The Editors on October 13, 2007

The owner of Legoland would like to create a separate attraction at the park centered around an aquarium the size of the “the Birch Aquarium in La Jolla,” according to plans filed with the city of Carlsbad.

The aquarium will be called the Sea Life Center and will be a separate attraction – with its own admission price – from the rest of the 128-acre Legoland amusement park. . . . Building plans for the aquarium indicate it is intended to be a two-story structure. The first floor is slated to include a freshwater stream, a children’s maze, a harbor animals area, a theater, a toddler water play zone and a classroom.

According to Legoland spokeswoman Julie Estrada The Sea Life Center will also house “a restaurant, a sea horse display area, a ray tank, and nature discovery area.” The city, of course, “expects to issue building permits within the next several weeks” because, well, that’s what the city’s planning department does.

[Link: San Diego Union Tribune]

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