This 150-acre family theme park, designed for families with children ages 2–12, offers more than 50 kid-friendly rides, shows and attractions themed around the legendary toy building brick—the LEGO®. LEGOLAND® Florida also features an adjacent water park, themed dining, shopping, botanical gardens, and The LEGO® World of Chima, which has an interactive water ride, 4-D movie experience and more.
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Great park for families with kids under 12. Great rides for whole family. Recommend eating at the pizza buffet. That way you get filled and have all the drinks you need. Smallish Waterpark that you have to pay extra for. Recommend do the park from open till 3 then hit Waterpark till 6, then back to park to ride last rides. Park closes at 7pm most nights. Lots of Lego stores and they do nothing with Lego Vip cards, so buy them at regular Lego stores to get your points.
We have three boys (ages 8,6, and 3) and we all had the best time at Legoland Florida. This park is designed for families -- everything was incredibly easy (renting stroller/locker, finding family bathrooms, -- they even have a changing/nursing facility for parents of infants/younger kids. We did the combo ticket so we did Legoland for the first part of the day and the splash park at the end. Plenty of time for both. It wasn't super crowded, so we didn't have to wait in any line longer than 20 minutes, which was a huge bonus. There is also plenty of variety so everyone was happy -- our 3 year old loved the Duplo area, our 8-year old had a blast on the roller coasters, and our 6 year old was ecstatic with Boating School and Driving School. We loved it so much that as we were leaving, we bought tickets for the next day (for only $15/each!) and came back for more. On the second day, a storm came through and all rides were closed for about an hour. Even that didn't ruin our trip -- there are fantastic indoor places for the kids to build with legos, plus an indoor theater that shows short movies. They were perfectly happy in there until the rain passed and the rides opened again. Really can't recommend it enough for young kids.
We visited Legoland while we were in Florida for a few nights and I was surprised at how easy it was to get in and see the attractions. It's perfect for the 2-12 crowd but there are a handful of roller coasters that an adult could appreciate as my husband joined the girls on all of them. The lines were almost nonexistent on everything else so there were no real wait times and plenty of places to sit and rest. We watched some shows and the adults could sprawl out on the floor due to so much room. I'm sure this is due to it being May which meant less tourists but we loved it. They don't have the widest selection of theme park food but they did have some very yummy Apple fries which is a must try. There was one stand that was very understaffed with only one person and after giving up on the long wait, we moved on to one of the restaurants that had more people. They had a burger place that was reasonably priced for kids meals at $7 so we grabbed lunch there. I would compare it to a Dutch Wonderland theme park which is not over complicated to visit. We loved the Lego statues and different buildings representing various US cities. Overall, the kids had a great time!
We visited Legoland for the first time recently. It is a nice park for younger children. We also have a teenager. He didn't get as much out of it like our 9 year old did (we expected that), but he really enjoyed the miniland, especially the Star Wars area. He took pictures of it all and it made his day! He spent a lot of time looking at all the details and was very happy to have been able to see that area. The prices of food are pretty steep, but that seems to be the norm these days. In all, we enjoyed our day there. If you don't have smaller children, it can be a bit underwhelming. However, for younger kids who can't yet ride thrill rides or don't like to, it's a great park.
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What is the address location? Buses and bicycles are free.
If using a GPS system, keep in mind that LEGOLAND Florida may not yet be included as a destination. A secondary address for GPS systems is 6000 Cypress Gardens Boulevard, Winter Haven FL 33884.
What are the parking prices at LEGOLAND Florida?
Preferred Parking: $22
Re-entry available with valid parking stub during same day of visit.
Handicapped parking spaces are available near the park entrance, with valid placard.
Can I drop off guests at LEGOLAND Florida without paying for parking?
Yes, as you enter the parking lot you will see signs for a drop off area to your right. Simply turn right into this horseshoe-shaped area, where you are welcome to drop off your guests.
Buses and bicycles are free.
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