The Halloween party #BuiltForKids returns to Legoland Florida Resort on eleven dates in October. The party will feature a Lego lineup of spooky, kooky, brick-tacular activities and extended park hours. Expanded last year with even more lightly frightful fun, Brick or Treat Presented by Shutterfly is an all-day event included with park admission-no extra ticket required! The Brick or Treat event will be offered every Saturday and Sunday in October, as well as Monday, October 31st. Extended park hours allows for after-dark trick-or-treating and, on 10 of the 11 nights, a Halloween-themed fireworks show. Meet-and-Greet opportunities with a ghoulish gallery of Lego monsters and a stunning, brick built model perfect for scary selfies and snapshots. Joining the special activities lineup this year is a kid-centric parade free to all guests who come dressed up in costumes. Be sure to look for the 13-foot-long Vampyre Hearse parked in Market Plaza....
At the theme park #BuiltForKids, the U.S. men and women who work tirelessly to keep us safe are invited to spend the day on us with complimentary, single-day admission during the entire month of September! Get the whole family together because first responders can also purchase up to four same-day tickets at 50 percent off! If you’re looking for even more brick-tastic fun, upgrade tickets to LEGOLAND Water Park for just $20 each. To receive complimentary and discounted tickets, eligible personnel must present his or her employee ID or professional organization membership card at the LEGOLAND Florida Resort ticket windows on the day of their visit. Don’t want to just spend the day? Stay the night and receive a 10 percent discount at LEGOLAND Hotel, the colorful, 152-room tower right next to the theme park! The hotel discount is available online only, so make your reservation today at www.LEGOLAND.com/hero2016.... The Force is strong with LEGOLAND Florida Resort as the anticipation builds for LEGO Star Wars Days presented by LEGO Club. This must-see event is happening for two days only on Saturday, Sept. 10 and Sunday, Sept. 11. In MINILAND USA, kids will discover some of the most famous scenes from the Star Wars saga made out of 1.5 million LEGO bricks, including displays inspired by “Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope,” “Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back” and “Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi,” plus giant LEGO models of Darth Vader, Darth Maul and R2-D2. You’re invited to #BuildTheForce with fun Star Wars activities throughout the theme park, including a hands-on opportunity to create a large mural out of thousands of LEGO bricks, meet-and-greets with LEGO Darth Vader, a Yoda-themed scavenger hunt and photo ops with members of the 501st Legion, a global organization... Legoland Florida Resort has rolled out an exclusive, limited-time “Kids Go Free” offer through July 31, giving Florida residents who buy a full-price, single-day adult ticket to Legoland Florida Theme Park and Legoland Water Park a kid’s ticket for free. This offer is available online only at Legoland.com/kidsgofreefl now through Sunday, July 31, 2016. Tickets are valid for visits through Monday, Sept. 5, 2016. A maximum of three free kids’ tickets can be redeemed per transaction. Florida residency is required and will be verified with the credit card billing ZIP code. Go here for today’s LEGOLAND Hours including LEGOLAND Water Park Hours. Are you looking for the BEST deal on LEGOLAND Florida Tickets? We’ve teamed up with Undercover Tourist to bring you steap discounted LEGOLAND Florida Tickets: Save $23 on a single day ticket to LEGOLAND Florida ResortSave $21 on LEGOLAND Florida & Water Park Single Day Combo Ticket. E-Ticket... Summer is almost upon us. Is already upon us? Who can keep track. It’s hot. To keep the heat at bay, the Central Florida area has no shortage of theme park options to splish and splash away the summer doldrums. Before you finalize which water park is best for you and your family, I’d like to make the case for LEGOLAND Florida Water Park in fabulous Winter Park…I mean Garden…I mean Haven? Winter Haven. The LEGOLAND Florida Resort bills itself as a two-day experience and their water park certainly makes a good case for that. It’s a decent-size park. It’s maybe not a full 8-hour experience but you can definitely enjoy the majority of a day there. If you are a first time visitor to the LEGOLAND Florida Resort, I would definitely advise against trying to squeeze both parks into the same day. Shall we dive, pun intended–but seriously–don’t... LEGOLAND Florida celebrated Earth Day on Friday with a new solar energy project. The park in Winter Haven announced it was partnering with Tampa Electric to add a canopy of solar energy panels over the park’s preferred parking lot, next to the theme park entrance. Starting this spring, the panels would shade more than 600 vehicles while also producing enough electricity to power up to 250 homes each year. Tampa Electric will own and maintain the solar array. The power generated from these panels is enough power for 725,000 customers and still enough for LEGOLAND Florida. LEGOLAND Florida says the new solar energy project is part of several ongoing environmental initiatives at the park. A solar panel array is already installed at the park’s Imagination Zone venue. The vehicles in the Ford Junior Driving School attraction are also charged with solar power. Here are some more fun facts on... WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (March 15, 2016) – LEGOLAND Florida Resort announced an unprecedented slate of projects that will deliver additional on-site accommodations, an immersive new theme park land with a cutting-edge, interactive attraction, the first-ever expansion of its water park, a new, action-packed “4D” theatrical attraction and an all-new summertime event filled with fireworks and special entertainment, giving guests even more reasons to play – and stay – at the place #BuiltForKids: NEW! LEGOLAND Beach Retreat – opening mid-2017 This whimsically themed vacation resort combines the fun of surf, sand and sun with the creativity of LEGO bricks on a picturesque site next to Lake Dexter, adjacent to the theme park. Distinguished by a colorful LEGO lighthouse, the village-style, lakefront resort will feature 83 single-story duplex units, offering 166 separate accommodations that sleep up to five. Designed with the same combination of imagination and kid-centric detail that made the...
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Merlin Entertainment now operates 104 attractions, 10 hotels/3 holiday villages in 22 countries and across 4 continents.
LEGOLAND Florida is a 150-acre interactive theme park with more than 50 rides, shows and attractions, and a Water Park.
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Merlin Entertainments Group is the second largest attractions operator in the world.
LEGOLAND Florida has taken great care to preserve the soul of the park – the historic gardens established on the grounds of its Cypress Gardens predecessor more than 75 years ago. The setting has been restored to its pristine condition, and the collection of native plants, including the vast Banyan tree that was planted as a seedling in a five-gallon bucket in 1939.
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Merlin Entertainments brings together LEGOLAND, Madame Tussauds, London Eye, SEA LIFE, LEGOLAND Discovery Center, Dungeons, as well as brands such as Alton Towers, Gardaland, Thorpe Park, Warwick Castle and Heide Park.
LEGOLAND Florida is the largest LEGOLAND Park in the world, it features more than 50 family rides, shows, and attractions, water park, restaurants, shopping, and beautiful botanical gardens.
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