When the Legoland Discovery Center was deciding on local landmarks to include in the “Miniland” of its Ridge Hill location, Lyndhurst was one of the first buildings chosen. There’s just something about Lego blocks and Lyndhurst that go hand-in-hand. (Maybe it’s because the variations in the brick color of the mansion’s Gothic Revival façade look Lego-esque.) See the pairing in action on April 27 and 28, when the mansion hosts Lego Fun at Lyndhurst. Take your kids to see some incredible Lego creations—and add their own works of art to the collections on display. Visitors can also enjoy a Lego trainscape, building with master model builders, and even Lego robotics.