Visiting Legoland Florida? Check Out Our Tips!
Disclosure: We received a couple of tickets to facilitate our Review; however, all opinions are our own.
Get your brick fans ready for a Legoland Florida and Legoland Water Park visit! Legoland Parks are a short drive away from Orlando in Winter Haven. Here is the current price structure for park admission:
- Legoland Park and Water Park is $84 per adult and $77 per child
- Legoland Park only is $69 per adult and $62 per child if you pick a specific date
You can also visit Legoland’s website to get the latest deals available or upgrade your ticket to an annual pass.
The park is ideal for families with children between 2 years old and 12 years old. It is a great place to beat the Florida summer heat with several water rides and attractions. Here is a list of examples:
First of, of course, the Water Park itself! Water activities for the entire family are available in the park. The toddlers have their very own pool with water spouts. The entire family can enjoy the lazy river and the waves pool. Next up for those a little older is the intricate playground which features a giant bucket of water that delivers a magnificent splash when full. For the older kids there are two different slide rides to get adrenaline pumping!
The new Chima ride is a fun challenging water war! Duplo Valley, and ideal place for toddlers to spend the entire day and has many water opportunities to enjoy.
Still, so much more to enjoy at the park to pair with the water fun! Take a look at this list:
Miniland USA: An amazing reproduction of America’s landmarks. Full blown Washington D.C and New York City on Display to enjoy. The garbage truck goes around the block at Times Square and the Fire Truck spouts water to children playing in the middle of the street. Central Park features all kinds of activities. Seattle’s needle actually does move up and down like the real one does! Las Vegas showcases the strip with Eiffel Tower and all!
Lego Kingdoms: Go back in time as you enter the castle to medieval times where a brick made Merlin lights up the fun!
Land of Adventure: ride on a Dino safari roller coaster, search for treasure and explore the tales of the Pharaoh’s revenge here
Lego City: Scaled down town where you can practice driving and get your Lego driver’s license. You can also attend fire fighter school and help put out fires.
Imagination Zone: A place to explore and create.
Lego Technic: For more excitement, don’t skip the most extreme area in the park with roller coaster, flying time and a friendly giant brick made octopus.
Pirate’s Cove: Sit and relax while you enjoy a water pirate show.
Cypress Gardens: Admire mother nature Florida style.
For the items you may want to pick up, keep in mind that there is a Lego bargain shop in front of the Pirate’s Cove, perfect place to pick up some Lego items at great prices! An additional tip we discovered during our visit, is that you can trade your mini-figures. All employees wear a figure on their name tag they can trade. Otherwise you can track down the hard to find employee that has over 100 to trade!
As you can see there is plenty to do at the Legoland Parks. Don’t want to carry so many items around like towels and change of clothes? Try the giant full body dryers! Otherwise, you will definitively need to bring your own towels if you plan to take full advantage of the water activities. Don’t miss out on visiting the Cypress Gardens for beautiful mother nature displays, and give your self some time to find the perfect spot to just sit for a bit and create something brick magnificent!