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by Becky Tan

In the Sony center in the middle of Potsdamer Platz is a huge indoor Legoland Discovery Center, the perfect place to send your kids while you are at the movies. It opened just last year. You can see how Lego blocks are fabricated. There is a mini Berlin, including the Brandenburg Gate, built out of Lego. You can build your own skyscrapers and test whether they are earthquake proof. Build your own race cars and test their speed. There is a Lego Hall of Fame with recognizable stars, as well as dragons and jungle animals. Naturally, there is a restaurant and a shop. It’s so much fun you might just cancel the movie and to go Legoland yourself. Since it’s 100% indoors, weather is not an issue. Cost: Euro 14,50 for adults and 11,40 for kids. There are group rates and season tickets. To get an idea, look at That’s where I learned that Lego was invented in Denmark in 1934 and Leg godt means “play well” in Danish.