70 local special needs children will be treated to LEGOLAND Discovery Center visit on February 28 for 100VE. PLAY. LIVE. Celebration
On February 28, LEGOLAND Discovery Center will host 70 local children and their families as very special guests for an all-expenses-paid fun day with at the attraction, courtesy of Merlin’s Magic Wand. During the 100VE. PLAY. LIVE. Celebration, taking place 5:00-7:00 p.m., the Atlanta attraction will host children from the Down’s Syndrome Association of Atlanta and the Coralwood Inclusion School.
This visit is part of a very special global event to celebrate the opening of Merlin’s 100th attraction this year, and the children who will visit will be joined by thousands of others across the 22 countries in which Merlin Entertainments operate. In Atlanta, special activities will include a sweets station, serving cookies and punch, a “Spread the Love” booth for attendees to leave messages for Merlin’s Magic Wand and a themed group build in the Model Builder’s Academy.
As one of the leading entertainment organizations in the world, LEGOLAND Discovery Center and their parent company, Merlin Entertainments plc (‘Merlin’), define their values not just by the passionate way they do business but also by the way they treat their visitors, their team, their suppliers and the communities in which they operate – and Merlin’s Magic Wand is an important part of that.
Merlin’s Magic Wand is a very special company charity, which provides both great days out for seriously ill, disabled or disadvantaged children at all Merlin’s attractions around the world; the organization also works with local groups to fund specialist play areas for those children too sick to visit their attractions.