While everyone else anxiously awaits the grand opening of LEGOLAND Florida on October 15, this weekend the still-under-construction park invited twenty-two children and parents to be the first to ride four of LEGOLAND Florida’s rides. They soared in flight, drove their own LEGO cars, trekked an African safari and battled through an Egyptian treasure hunt and had a blast.
LEGOLAND has more than 50 rides, shows and attractions all geared toward families with children ages 2-12. Admission for one day is $65 for adults, and $55 for kids (3-12) and seniors (60+). Standard annual passes are $129 for adults, and $99 for kids (3-12) and seniors (60+) and PLUS annual passes, which include unlimited admission, parking, and food and merchandise discounts is $159 for adults, and $129 for kids (3-12) and seniors (60+) .
To see a map of the park and more information about what awaits adventurers of all ages, click here.