Frequently asked questions 

  • What is The Quest2NINJAGO®?

    The Quest2NINJAGO is a challenge course created for anyone between the ages of 7 and 12 years old who want to engage in friendly competition to become part of the Ancient WU-CRU Brotherhood. The course includes both mental and physical challenges. Winners from each city will have the chance to compete in the finale event at LEGOLAND® California Resort.

  • How old does my child need to be to compete in The Quest2NINJAGO?

    Participants must be between the ages of 7-12 years old.

  • Does my child need to qualify to compete?

    No, a completed registration and confirmation of the age requirement is all they will need to compete.

  • How much does it cost to register my child?

    It’s FREE!

  • Where can my child participate in The Quest2NINJAGO?

    Please visit our Tour Stops page to find out more information on tour locations.

  • What do I need to wear for this event?

    The course includes physical and mental challenges, so we recommend sneakers and comfortable clothing.

  • We can no longer make the competition, how do we cancel?

    If you can no longer participate in The Quest2NINJAGO, please email us at

  • What happens once we get there?

    Once you arrive, you and your teammate will walk to the check-in area and show proof of registration and submit your waiver. You’ll then stand in the waiting area and get ready for the challenge!

  • What if my child doesn’t have a teammate?

    At this time we are registering teams of two and cannot have children compete alone.

  • Will there be food or beverages available?

    We will not have any food available for sale but there will be water coolers with cups. Feel free to bring your own water bottle to help reduce waste.

  • Will you open up more tour stops?

    No, unfortunately we will only be going to the cities we’ve listed.

  • Can we bring a stroller?

    Yes you can bring a stroller, however we will not provide stroller parking.

  • Will there be photographers and videographers at the event?

    There are limited areas at The Quest2NINJAGO, where our photographers are taking pictures and filming By entering these areas, you accept that the LEGO® Group has the right to use the pictures/recordings for any communicative purpose – e.g. in connection with future events, communication of other events, the LEGO brand or products, etc.

  • How accessible is the event for those with special needs?

    While our course includes a walking path for parents, the course itself is not fully ADA accessible. The course includes some mental and physical challenges. There will also be a perimeter play area that is fully ADA accessible if you find the challenge is not the right fit for your child. There will be play tables, building activities and race ramps. Please contact us at if you need additional information regarding accessibility.

  • How long does the course take to complete?

    The course will take approximately 25 minutes to complete.

  • Can my child participate in the course with an adult present?

    Yes, there will be space for parents to walk the course with their children.

  • Can my family attend even if we are not participating in the challenge course?


  • Can my child bring his/her Ninjago®-themed props?

    Yes, we encourage you to channel your inner ninja! You can bring props, but will not be able to wear them on the course or in the perimeter play area. You will need to have your parent or legal guardian to hold onto them while you participate in the event.

  • What is the waiver for?
    Is it required to compete in The Quest2NINJAGO?

    The signed waiver ensures that we have proof your parent or legal guardian is fully aware of the risks involved with The Quest2NINJAGO course. All participants are required to complete the waiver either prior to the event or on site. Participants will not be able to participate if they do not complete waiver. If a parent is chaperoning a child other than their own, they will need to have the waiver completed and signed in advance. We cannot accept verbal permission over a phone.