Legoland’s $248 Water Safety Lessons

by The Editors on May 31, 2011

Lego WaterparkWant your child to learn about American Red Cross water safety at the Legoland Waterpark this June? Then the Whale Tales program might be for you. Like all things at Legoland, however, you’ll need a whale sized wallet. First of all the child must get in to the park. If you have a $99 pass for your child and a $129 pass for yourself, then the four-day, eight-hour program will only cost you $40. Without the passes it will only cost $240 for one child, and that’s with Legoland’s.

The four-day WHALE Tales course is taught by LEGOLAND certified lifeguards and covers basic water safety and more. Sessions are Monday-Thursday, 4-6 p.m. June 6-9; June 13-16; June 20-23. Call 760-918-5347 for more information.

Or, you could just pay $50 and get the same thing at the Monroe Street Pool without all the Lego brand indoctrination The choice is yours.

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