My sister and I are planning a trip to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter later this year.
Luckily, Universal Orlando welcomes people without children to their properties. Sure, the Harry Potter books were originally written for a young adult audience, but the franchise has an appeal that defies age.
I’m glad they recognize that.
Legoland is not quite as open-minded.
Only adults accompanied by a child are allowed in the Legoland locations during regular business hours. They do have occasional adults-only evening sessions, but the message is clear:
If you don’t have a child, you are guilty until proven innocent.
Is it so hard to believe that someone would want to visit Legoland to be inspired by the design?