KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- LEGOLAND saw a huge crowd on Monday night for adults only night. Not everyone is happy about the monthly event.
LEGOLAND'S "no kids allowed" policy is designed to give adults to go to the venue once a month and enjoy doing everything children do. Some adults say the policy needs to be revamped.
LEGOLAND is a 32,000 square foot facility made up of three million Lego bricks. It was built primarily with children in mind. Once a month there's one night
where no little Lego lovers are in the building.
Every third Monday night of the month the building opens its doors to anyone over 18-years-old. It's the only time adults can go to the exhibit without kids. A lot of adults are frustrated. On the company's website, you'll see people who insist the no kids allowed policy should be revamped.
"I would like to see it open to more adults," said one female visitor on Monday. Another visitor said one night a month rushes people and isn't enough time to see all of the attractions.
"The LEGOLAND Discovery Center is largely geared towards kids," said Mendy Rose with LEGOLAND Discovery Center. "The no kids allowed police is not meant to exclude people, discriminate or hurt people's feelings. It's really best to target our product to the audience that will get the best value."
A spokesperson for the center says they could expand the no kids night based on the public's response.